In an effort to uphold a “democratic society that public business be performed in an open and public manner,” Wellford Town Council voted to pass a resolution establishing a “Fee Schedule for Staff Time and Copies” that requires any Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to be specific, made in-person and cost $5.
A lease agreement between the International Cathedral of Prayer Inc. (ICOP), located at 100 Davis Ave., and the City of Greer has been voided.
The lease, initially signed in Dec. 2003, was not current and had carried an overdue balance since 2013, according to City Administrator Ed Driggers.
Greer residents stepped in to help aid local animal rescue last Friday night, raising more than $4,500 at the annual Saved by the Heart Soiree.
Jessica Monroe, founder of the organization, said she was grateful for the positive turnout.
The City of Greer hired Steve Grant as city engineer and head of the Building and Development Standards Department this week to fill a vacancy created by Don Holloman’s retirement.
Carmella Hudson has more than 90 years of history tucked away in her memories.
The founder of the Greer Heritage Museum and well-educated WWII veteran followed several paths in her life, but her experiences can be boiled down to a mere few sentences of advices.
Tea Party with
Queens March 14
Miss Greater Greer Anna Brown and Miss Greater Greer Teen Emma Kate Rhymer are hosting Tea Time from 10 a.m.-noon on Saturday, March 14 at The Davenport, 230 Trade St. for ages 4–6 years old.
A second party for ages 7-10 years old will take place from 1-3 p.m.
The Rotary Club of Greater Greer was recognized by the President-Nominee of Rotary International, John Germ, as the second highest per capita contributor to Rotary International’s Polio Plus campaign during a 110th birthday celebration last week at the Spartanburg Marriott at Renaissance Park.
The City of Greer’s International Festival will return for a second year, running from 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 11.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce hosted its 11th annual Cypress Internal Medicine Oyster Shuck last Friday at 1521 South Buncombe Road, Greer. The event also featured a pig pickiin’ and a shrimp boil.
Two properties received recommendation approval for rezoning requests, with two other properties being withdrawn and put on hold, at the February Planning Commission meeting.