Greenville City Council Goals For Next Two Years

Greenville city council has set a shorter list of goals to focus on for the next two years than what it normally does.

Every two years, members of the Greenville city council meet to discuss the city's main objectives for the upcoming term. But this year council members were faced with the challenge of narrowing their focus from the normal ten goals to six.

Councilmember Marion Blackburn says at the recommendation of their consultant, council was challenged with limiting their focus so that they could devote more time to their project plan.

Economic development, public safety, infrastructure, neighborhoods, parks and open spaces and recreational programs are the areas where council will concentrate its efforts over the next two years.

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  • by Dark Horse on Mar 14, 2012 at 11:30 AM
    I thought the goals were to obfuscate, make back room deals, peddling ignorance, and selling out to the highest bidder. Well Greenville, you voted in these blockheads, including the new and improved mayor. Bet many are wishing they could recall their vote now.
  • by Vic on Mar 14, 2012 at 09:28 AM
    The agenda 4 have already set the goals for everyone. Calvin and Marion are ships floating without a sail. The mayor.. well he promises a Walmart on every corner. All a laughable mess.
  • by M on Mar 14, 2012 at 07:53 AM
    As long as Kandi Smith still has a seat on this council I will have absolutely no faith in them! That woman is a plague and a disgrace to her city (maybe not to her West Greenville community). You cannot make progress by becoming the problem!
  • by Vince Location: Washington on Mar 14, 2012 at 06:10 AM
    Here's a thought. Plan for increased public safety, improved infrastructure, nice neighborhoods, nice parks and open spaces, and quality recreational programs and economic development will follow suit. But, what do I know. I do know that government planning for economic development usually seems to fail miserably around here.
  • by Luis Location: Greenville on Mar 14, 2012 at 05:48 AM
    The main goals should be public safety and luring companies to the area .
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      by Paul on Mar 14, 2012 at 07:38 AM in reply to Luis
      The problem with this is that companies are reluctant to move to an area where there is high crime and poor schools. FIX those first then businesses will follow
  • by cesspool of crime Location: pitt county on Mar 13, 2012 at 08:57 PM
    Forget the wish list. Without an actual reduction in crime, people will avoid Greenville.
    • reply
      by Bubba on Mar 14, 2012 at 05:56 AM in reply to cesspool of crime
      Moved out of G'ville for the Outer Banks... best move I ever made.
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        by Oh so easy on Mar 14, 2012 at 06:39 AM in reply to Bubba
        Yes, everyone has that luxury.
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      by Sam on Mar 14, 2012 at 03:15 PM in reply to cesspool of crime
      Bubba, I live in the Outer Banks now, moved from Williamston, went to ECU, and spent 5 1/2 years in Greenville before getting my Master's. If you think Greenville is that bad, then you are crazy. Greenville is nothing compared to places like New York, L.A., Chicago, Detroit, New Orleans, Cleveland, etc. when it comes to crime. Heck, Charlotte, Durham, Rocky Mount, Fayetteville, and Winston-Salem have higher crime rates per capita than Greenville.
  • by But what are the priorities Location: Gvillle on Mar 13, 2012 at 08:54 PM
    How about prioritizing these goals? One I would think that should be first is public safety/crime? No where does the article list the priorities of the two years. Gotta love our council

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