Judge denies temporary injunction in McPherson Lane barricade lawsuit
Circuit Judge Thomas Cooper Jr. has denied a request to remove a temporary barrier on McPherson Lane and prevent the installation of a permanent one while a lawsuit filed by two residents on a nearby street is pending.
One-ways and street closures would no longer be traffic-calming options under new rules
Closing a street or making it one way would no longer be an option for Greenville residents that want to slow traffic on the streets in their neighborhoods under a new traffic-calming process being discussed by Greenville City Council.
Residents pack public hearing over McPherson Lane barricade; City Council to vote May 14
Members of the Greenville City Council are expected to vote on Monday, May 14 whether to make a barricade on McPherson Lane permanent, an issue that has divided a neighborhood off Augusta Street and caused residents to pack a public hearing on the issue.
Parks are big winners again in city’s proposed capital projects budget
Parks — from the city’s new signature park west of downtown to neighborhood parks scattered throughout the city to the venerable Cleveland Park — would be the big winners in Greenville’s proposed capital improvement plan for next year.
McPherson barricade opposition: closing access to city street is not normal traffic-calming device
Some who live near McPherson Lane say a barricade that has turned one end of the street into a one-way is not a normal traffic-calming method in Greenville, and they’ve asked the city to remove it as one of the items that residents may consider.