The Greer Fire Department will host its second, eight-week Citizens Fire Academy beginning Sept. 25, introducing residents to the functions and daily operations of fire service.
Demolition has begun next to the Kohl’s department store in Greer, located in the Piedmont Marketplace.
Illustrations published online as late as July 18 at properties.halpernent.com showed Ross Dress for Less, Ulta Beauty and Five Below as potential future occupants.
Most kids look forward to a big celebration with lots of presents for their birthday. Ivey Tapp, however, looks forward to hers for a different reason.
Judge Henry “Hank” Mims has been a fixture in Greer since 1994, and his tenure will continue.
Greer City Council recently reappointed Mims to serve another term as Greer’s Municipal Judge. Mims earned his GED certificate, then studied law.
“I’d love to continue to serve,” he said.
Taylors Fire and Sewer District raised mills by 2.82 percent in June.
Following a May 25 budget workshop, commissioners increased the tax rate millage for the Fire Department from 56.4 to 58.2 and the tax rate millage for the Sewer Department from 21.9 to 22.3.
The Greer Planning Commission approved a number of requests Monday night, including a plan for a six-space strip mall near Riverside High School.
The final development plan, which received questions for its architectural components, includes space for businesses with access only allowed from Sage Creek Way.
The City of Greer has approved a conceptual design to improve Suber Road Park.
Ann Cunningham, Parks and Recreation Director for the City of Greer, presented the master plan to council last Tuesday night. The plan was drafted by Alta Planning and Design, along with a local steering committee.
Summer sidewalk sale
in greer station
Only Southern Made and Greer Station are hosting a summer sidewalk sale this weekend.
Beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, the sale will include home accessories, jewelry and more marked down 20 to 40 percent as well as a prize pack valued at more than $100 to be given away.
A new mayor and two city council members were sworn into office at the Duncan City Council meeting on July 11.
Clyde “Rog” Rogers Jr., took over as mayor after defeating incumbent Lisa Scott in the June election.
Countybank recently hired Sue Gaines as a mortgage consultant for its new Greer location at 103 S. Main St.