Here’s a recap of Mauldin City Council’s June 21 meeting:
APPROVED: 2021-2022 Fiscal Year Budget
The $41.6 million budget includes several key purchases:
- New fire station/department headquarters
- 18 new police department patrol vehicles
- Sewer truck with a crane utility bed
- Jetter vaccuum sewer truck
- Press box renovation at Sunset Park
APPROVED: Annexation and rezoning of 99.9 acres near the Maple Grove subdivision on Ashmore Bridge Road
City Council approved the annexation and rezoning of 99.9 acres near the Maple Grove subdivision on Ashmore Bridge Road near Fowler Circle. D.R. Horton intends to build approximately 266 detached single-family homes on this tract. The homes will list in the mid- to high-$300s.
APPROVED: Sewer pump station fee for Indigo Pointe subdivision homeowners
City Council approved a $100-per-parcel sewer pump station fee for Indigo Pointe subdivision homeowners. The fee will help maintain a city-owned pump station.
APPROVED: Annexation of 8.23 acres at 700 E. Standing Springs Road
City Council approved the annexation of 8.23 acres located at 700 E. Standing Springs Road, which is owned by the city.
The city intends to establish a public works facility at this site.
APPROVED: Rezoning 43 acres at Hwy. 417 and I-385
City Council approved the rezoning of 43 acres at Hwy. 417 and I-385 as multifamily residential. The owner plans to develop this site for attached single-family housing with possibly some multifamily housing along the interstate frontage. While the property features two older houses, it is mostly undeveloped.
APPROVED: Appointment to city boards and commissions
City Council approved the following appointments:
Board of Appeals
- William Parks
- Joe Sentelle
- Charles Barefoot
- Kaitlyn Woolard
APPROVED: Service agreement with Greenville County Animal Care
City Council approved a service agreement with Greenville County to provide shelter, food and care for stray animals once the city’s Public Works department transitions to a new building at 700 E. Standing Springs Road.
The agreement provides that the city will pay $100 per dog or cat delivered to Greenville County.
APPROVED: Request for fireworks display permit
City Council approved the Forrester Woods Homeowners Association’s request for a permit for a special fireworks display.
Private fireworks displays are not allowed within the city without a permit.