To the editor,
Columns & Letters
Q: Will you take a quick survey?
A: This question comes from The Greenville County School District.
Officials are trying to gauge public opinion on reopening schools in the fall, and they need your help.
Social distancing” has quickly became part of the general lexicon, with people in many cities and towns staying six feet apart from others when venturing into the public, but mainly staying at home.
Q: Is there a paving schedule for downtown Greer?
Q: Some friends recently introduced me to your ideas for handling money. I’ve got to admit a lot of it makes sense, but I’m not sure why you’re so adamant about budgeting. Can’t you get a good idea of your finances by checking your accounts and balances online regularly?
Smoke rises through an opening in the hardwood canopy, and disappears into a black sky full of stars. The Big Dipper, visible in the western sky, is hanging down by its handle. I sit staring, hypnotized by the wild dance of flickering flames of our campfire.
Q: When will the streetscape work end?
A: There’s light at the end of the tunnel, guys.
Only a few more weeks until the CenterG project reaches completion, and we’ve got a detailed schedule about what’s coming up next. Here’s a note straight from the city.
From the time we were born, we have been craving peace. Daily we search for peace in our inner beings, peace in our relationships with others, peace in our communities, and peace for our world.
Food allergies affect millions of people around the world. The group FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) says researchers estimate 32 million Americans have food allergies. Among those allergies, milk is a leading source of food-related irritation.
To the editor,
On a recent front page of The Greer Citizen, we were informed that the Gibbs Shoals project advanced despite the concerns of local citizens of that particular area. This came as no surprise to me after many of these same concerns of local residents have occurred before in other parts of the Greater Greer area.