L-3 Conflict with L-3 doomed Alexander's tenure By Mark Haslett • May 15, 2013 Mark Haslett Both supporters and opponents of former Greenville city manager Steven Alexander agreed that the troubled relationship between the city and its largest employer led to Alexander's dismissal. Greenville, L-3 keep it quiet By Brad Kellar • Feb 13, 2013 Greenville Chamber of Commerce A split Greenville City Council voted Tuesday to approve a non-disclosure agreement with L-3 Communications Integrated Systems. Council Agrees to Settlement, to Release Documents to L-3 By Brad Kellar • Aug 1, 2012 http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2011/05/l-3/ GREENVILLE - The Greenville City Council has approved a settlement agreement with L-3 Communications as they work to end the lengthy dispute. City puts L-3 suits behind them by stopping all actions on issue By Brad Kellar • May 24, 2012 City of Greenville GREENVILLE - Hoping that L-3 will do the same, City of Greenville officials Tuesday voted to not take any more action concerning lawsuits filed against them by the county’s largest employer. Greenville's seven emergency warning sirens pass test By Brad Kellar • Apr 6, 2012 GREENVILLE - Dozens of citizens indicated they couldn’t hear the sirens in the wake of Tuesday’s storms, which included four tornado warnings and three confirmed tornadoes in the county. Another round scheduled between Greenville and L-3 By Brad Kellar • Mar 28, 2012 GREENVILLE - The council, in its last two meetings, has indicated they’re ready to resolve any pending issues between the two sides. Decision on presiding judge could take months By Brad Kellar • Feb 29, 2012 DALLAS - The City of Greenville and L-3 Communications met in a Dallas courtroom Tuesday to argue whether district judge Richard A. Beacom has the authority to issue rulings in their ongoing litigation. Latest City, L-3 hearing to address presiding judge By Brad Kellar • Feb 27, 2012 GREENVILLE - The City of Greenville and L-3 are back in court this week to argue whether a Hunt County judge has authority to issue rulings in their ongoing litigation. Dispute emerges concerning the L-3 lawsuit By Brad Kellar • Feb 24, 2012 GREENVILLE - For the second time in about a week, a majority vote has been received expressing the council’s desire to settle the lawsuit between the two sides. But the decision was not unanimous. L-3 talks set during council executive session By Brad Kellar • Feb 21, 2012 GREENVILLE - The Greenville City Council meets Thursday in a follow-up to last week’s decision to offer a settlement proposal to L-3 in an effort to end the two side’s lengthy legal dispute. City votes to resolve outstanding issues with L-3 By Brad Kellar • Feb 16, 2012 GREENVILLE - But that doesn’t mean the costly dispute that has raged for months is any closer to being over. Second suit filed against city, first suit awaits decision By Brad Kellar • Oct 3, 2011 L-3 Communications GREENVILLE - Yet another lawsuit has been filed by L-3 against the City of Greenville, claiming Majors Field Municipal Airport is in violation of regulations dating back more than 60 years.