On the heels of a contentious battle over whether a barricade that turned one block of McPherson Lane into a one-way street should be made permanent, the City of Greenville is changing its traffic calming process.
Wil Brasington had six months between his June Republican primary win for the Greenville City Council District 4 seat and his Dec. 11 swearing-in ceremony. He used the time as an extended orientation period, meeting with community leaders and residents and being part of conversations and planning efforts on initiatives already underway.
Will Brasington has been declared the winner of the Greenville City Council District 4 seat.
If you plan to vote in this November's city council contests, you're going to want to read this.
Barring a successful petition candidate, Brasington will take the District 4 seat since no Democratic candidate filed to run.
While all three Greenville City Council seats up for election this year are contested, only one of them will appear on the ballot in the June 13 primary. Incumbent David Sudduth and challenger Wil Brasington will face off in the Republican primary to represent District 4, which encompasses the southeastern part of the city that includes Augusta Road, Parkins Mill, the TD Convention Center, the downtown airport and the Clemson University – International Center for Automotive Research.
Greenville’s population is changing and that could impact this year’s City Council elections.
Greenville City Council candidate Matt Cotner is focused on the city’s future.
All three Greenville City Council seats up for election this year will be contested.
Filing for the three Greenville City council seats that will be up for grabs hadn’t ended yet, but that didn’t stop five candidates from starting to campaign at the Alta Vista Neighborhood Association’s meeting Tuesday night.
Anybody interested in running for three Greenville City Council seats that are up for grabs this fall may officially put their hat in the ring today beginning at noon.
Greenville City Council District 4 candidate Wil Brasington said he would bring a fresh prospective without sacrificing experience on the most pressing issues facing the city.