If you couldn't attend Tuesday night's late-running Greenville city council meeting, here are audio clips from the minutes after the council emerged from its executive session.
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.
Following an emotional but civil evening of public testimonials, the Greenville city council voted 5-2 to terminate the contract of city manager Steven Alexander.
An amendment to the Greenville city charter could be used this evening to terminate the contract of Greenville's city manager, Steven Alexander. The council is scheduled to consider his employment in executive session this evening.
A Greenville City Council committee will be talking Tuesday about the contract of City Manager Steven Alexander.
GREENVILLE — A group of local residents, tasked with reviewing the document which regulates how the City of Greenville operates, met for the first time Wednesday night.
The renovation of Greenville’s only shopping mall is still scheduled. Exactly when most of the work on the transformation of crossroads mall will actually begin has yet to be determined.
GREENVILLE - Citing family focus and business opportunities, Greenville Assistant City Manager John Adel announced Friday he will step down effective May 4.
GREENVILLE - City Manager Steven Alexander has announced that IESI will run a storm debris collection beginning Monday, April 9th through Saturday, April 21st.
GREENVILLE - The Greenville City Council has narrowly passed an amended ordinance making it harder to terminate the contract of its city manager.
GREENVILLE - City Manager Steven Alexander has announced the return to Stage 1 water conservation measures for the City of Greenville.
GREENVILLE - City Manager Steven Alexander sends a newsletter to the City Council each month. The newsletters are now available online.
You can view the newsletter here.
GREENVILLE - City Manager Steven Alexander has announced the return to Stage 2 water conservation measures for the City of Greenville.
GREENVILLE - A former seedy motel in Greenville that was the site of a major drug bust one year ago will now be put to good use.
Greenville City Manager Steven Alexander has released a statement regarding the announcement made by Rubbermaid that the Greenville plant will be closing in 2012.