Here’s a recap of the April 26 Greenville City Council meeting:
City Council approved all appointments and reappointments to boards and commissions including:
- Arts in Public Places
- Design Review Board – Neighborhood
- Design Review Board – Urban
- Greenville Airport Commission
- Planning Commission
- Springwood Cemetery Advisory Committee
- Greenville Transit Authority
Mayor Knox White said council members had participated in the interview process for the positions.
“It’s no small matter. [Applicants] went through a rigorous interview process and we were blessed again with a lot of people who wanted to be on these boards and commissions, so that’s a great thing for the city,” White said.
Ordinance to abandon a private access easement across Habitat for Humanity’s property at 27 Woodfin Avenue.
Ordinance to annex approximately 8.031 acres of real property located at Webb Road and to provide the zoning designation of RM-2, single-family and multifamily residential district, to approximately 8.313 acres of real property.
Ordinance to appropriate $2,249,080 in the Utility Undergrounding Fund for the Unity Park Phase 1B Undergrounding Project.
Ordinance authorizing an agreement with the Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict d/b/a Metroconnects pertaining to annexed property and appropriating funds for the payment of certain fees pursuant to the Agreement.
Ordinance to impose a temporary moratorium on acceptance of applications … for a multiple-family dwelling use, commercial use, or service and industrial use, or for a development which includes any such use, for properties abutting single-family detached residential uses.
Earlier on Monday, April 26, Greenville City Council participated in a second budget workshop that focused on economic development, public safety and neighborhoods. The $215 million budget is still being assessed. The public hearing and first reading of the budget for the fiscal year 2022 will be May 24.