20 is plenty thoughts for Greenville City Council

These slides were sent to Greenville City Council and key staff members on August 5, 2020 as part of our advocacy efforts.  On August 14, 2020 Eric Connor with the Greenville staff of the Post and Courier reported on the progress to date: $250,000 to calm traffic, ’20 Is Plenty’: Greenville’s street speed limits a…… Continue reading 20 is plenty thoughts for Greenville City Council

Our Advocacy with the City of Greenville during COVID-19

As our City leaders confronted the impact of COVID-19, it became obvious that revenue from tourism related taxes will not support capital projects that rely on this funding.  On April 17, 2020 we received an email from Calin Owens the City Mobility Coordinator: “One impact related to something you all have worked hard on and…… Continue reading Our Advocacy with the City of Greenville during COVID-19

Greenville City Council candidates John DeWorken and Matt Johnson answer our questions

The November 5, 2019 election for the Greenville City Council district 1 seat is being contested between Republican John DeWorken and Democrat Matt Johnson.  This seat is currently held by Amy Ryberg Doyle who has decided not to seek re-election after serving since November 2007.                    …… Continue reading Greenville City Council candidates John DeWorken and Matt Johnson answer our questions