Will Greenville be getting a new Walmart? And will security be heightened in downtown? The Greenville City Council will try to tackle these issues Monday night.
The City Council will be considering a new Walmart at Monday night’s meeting. Greenville’s planning and zoning approved a developer’s proposal to build a regional destination shopping center on Highway 33 at the Porter Town Road site. The developer indicated that the proposal was to prepare the way for a new Walmart store. The City Council rejected a proposal from the same developer’s plans to build a Walmart earlier this year.
Also on the agenda, proposed changes for downtown Greenville bars. Owners of public and private clubs were encouraged to submit and give suggestions on how to improve the downtown area by October 30th. City Council members say they plan to hear from ECU’s student government association.
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