Greer’s Aimee Waite, Investment Management Consultant at The Faust-Boyer Group of Raymond James, has earned the CFP (Certified Financial Planner) certification from the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards.
Taylors sewer users will see a slight user fee increase on their tax notices.
The Taylors Fire and Sewer District voted unanimously to approve the 2015 budget, which includes minor increases in both the sewer user fee and millage rate.
The City of Greer is moving forward with a 15-year master plan that aims to provide more economic growth and development, but not without some input from the community.
Last Thursday night, Greer residents got hands-on with the project, participating in a master plan workshop at the Cannon Centre with city and planning officials.
Through the opening of its Community Chest Thrift Store in May, the Middle Tyger Community Center (MTCC) created a new avenue to help fund and support the center’s several programs and services it provides the District Five community.
A Greer teen has been charged with murder, attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime, after police say the 16-year-old stabbed his 60-year-old grandfather to death and stabbed his 62-year-old grandmother, leaving her seriously injured.
Several residents spoke in opposition to Abner Creek Crossing, a proposed apartment home community to be located on Abner Creek Road, at a Greer Planning Commission meeting Monday night.
David Seifert, director of finance and information technology, reported to Greer Council that, over the past 10 years, while the budget has increased significantly from $12 million to $18 million, it has been at a slower rate than Greer’s population growth.
Free home safety
Checks for seniors
For National Safety month, the Greenville County Home Instead Senior Care office is offering free home safety checks for the county’s seniors through June.
To request a free home safety check or a checklist, call Home Instead Senior Care office at 242-2228.
The June 10 election narrowed the superintendent race, but not enough.
The Greer Chamber of Commerce is digging through a number of applications to find and select its new president and CEO by the end of the summer.
The chamber began its search after Allen Smith announced his departure in May. He has since taken a new role with the Spartanburg Chamber.