City of Greenville
8:24 am
Mon January 7, 2013

Certificates of Obligation issued for Local Organizations

The local animal shelter, Oak Creek Park and the Greenville Police and Fire Departments are expected to benefit from the issuance by the city of Greenville of more than $2 million in certificates of obligation.


The City Council is scheduled to provide the first notice of its intent to issue the certificates, with the vote during Tuesday’s regular session.

Among the items which would be paid for through the issuance of $2.34 million in certificates of obligation are $640,000 for improvements at the Animal Control Facility, $40,000 for renovations at Oak Creek Park, $150,000 for a training tower and mobile data terminals and software for the fire department and $890,000 for police records management software and a crime scene trailer for the police department.