Editor’s note: This story is part one of a multiple part series explaining the processes and purposes of the Greer government in relation to the Greer Council and the Greer Building and Development Standards Department.
Hartwood Lake subdivision, a proposed subdivision on Suber Road, an expansion of an O’Neal Church Road subdivision and a storage container ordinance were discussed at Greer’s Planning Commission meeting on Monday night.
A proposed manufacturing facility and South Suber Road subdivision were addressed at the July 17 Greer Planning Advisory meeting.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce has a new leader.
Mark Owens, who has served as the chamber’s vice president for the past two years, has been named president and CEO.
Police are still investigating a fiery single-vehicle crash that left two teens dead and one injured last Wednesday morning on Hammett Bridge Road near Riverside Middle School in Greer.
Emergency personnel were called to the scene at around 6:15 a.m. on July 9.
Despite residents voicing concerns at Planning Commission and Greer Council meetings held in June, Greer Council passed the rezoning request for Abner Creek Crossing apartment homes, located on Abner Creek Road, during the second and final reading on July 8.
Greer City Park was crowded Friday night for the Greer Idol competition and performances by Jim Quick and Coastline as a part of the Tunes in the Park series.
On July 1, Carl Long, a 35-year veteran of law enforcement, became Duncan’s police chief. He brings 26 years of experience as a South Carolina highway patrolman and nine years of experience as a captain of the Duncan Police Department.
Party with a Purpose
Benefiting Greer Relief
On July 17, Party with a Purpose to benefit Greer Relief will be held at the Memorial United Methodist Church, located at 201 N. Main St., Greer, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served at 6:30 p.m. and a fashion show will begin at 7 p.m.
Local residents will soon have a chance to show the world their enthusiasm as the global spotlight comes to Greenville during the 2014 UCI Para-Cycling Road World Championships running Aug. 27–Sept. 1.