Tag: David Dreiling

The property at 2601 King Street (formerly the Migilitos Store) came on the market in June 2018. Image by KW Realtors.

The Citizens Speak

Approximately 60-75 interested citizens gathered at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center Monday night to ask questions of city officials concerning the purchase of a defunct grocery store located at 2601 King Street in Greenville. All City Council members were present except Mayor Pro Tem, Jerry Ransom, and Place 5 Councilperson, […]

A gaping hole approximately nine feet deep is waiting to be filled after sewer line work was completed late Monday. Image by Jim Satterwhite

The Fix Is In

Mayor David Dreiling had nothing but praise for Interim City Manager Summer Spurlock at the Business Before Hours held at Family First Health on Terrell Street. The mayor said, “Ms. Spurlock carefully put responsible contractors in place to make the emergency repair”. City crews first found the collapsed sewer pipe […]

Several construction projects in the Central Zoning District are being delayed. Image by Jim Satterwhite

Council to Address Last Month’s Moratorium

The City Council may have acted in haste last month when they enacted Ordinance Number 17-069 (Moratorium on Building Alterations in the Central Zoning District).  Mayor David Dreiling has placed the item on Tuesday’s agenda.  He is asking if the council wishes to rescind the ordinance that it approved last […]

Mr. Lyndol Humphries poses with the life saving team from Greenville.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Life Saving Team Recognized

On November 24, 2015 at 8:30 am, the Greenville Police dispatch started to receive multiple 911 calls of a major accident west bound on Interstate 30 in front of the Audie Murphy Museum.  Upon arriving on scene, officers quickly determined that the driver, 78 year old Lyndol Humphries of Campbell, […]

City Attorney Daniel Ray's Scope of Services Contract was extended until 2018.  Image courtesy of Jim Satterwhite.

City Attorney Daniel Ray Retained

Mayor David Dreiling signed the contract authorizing Daniel Ray to be retained as the City Attorney until 2018.  Mr. Ray will represent the city in all legal proceedings in which insurance does not provide for specialized legal counsel.  Mr. Ray will represent the city in all controversies and prosecute cases brought […]