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Tank the Turkey moved by DNR

On Thursday morning, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Greer City Police worked to remove a turkey from the intersection of Highway 14 and Country Club Road.

The turkey, named Tank by the Greer community, is popular for making his presence known along the highway at the stoplight.

Several oppose townhome plan

Several community members voiced opposition toward a proposed townhome development with up to 53 units on 6.5 acres at 305 Tryon Street.

MC2 Developments’ request to rezone the property on Tryon Street from RM-1, Multi-Family Residential to DRD, Design Review District, came before the Greer Planning Commission (GPC) on October 17.

Lake Robinson Day planned for November

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Lake Robinson Day will be held Saturday, Nov. 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., celebrating all things water related.

“We are excited to bring back an old event with new momentum,” said Mike Richard, Greer CPW General Manager. “Drinking water comes from Lake Robinson, so it is important to educate the public on how to take care of it.”

Lyman to hold special election

Lyman Town Council will hold a special election to fill the seat recently vacated by Hannah Welzel when she relocated outside of town limits.

Filing for candidates closed on October 10, and Jack Bellaire, Rick Hellams and Matthew Kreft will be on the ballot for the December 13 election.

Making Greer great

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Community members attended the first Artwork & Appetites fundraiser at Century 3 last Thursday to help fund the Greer Partnership for Tomorrow and the Make Greer Great Grants.

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