Tag: John Wright

The Greenville City Council is leaning toward removing the stop sign on Shelby and replacing it with a "cross traffic does not stop". Image by Jim Satterwhite.

City Council Discuss All-way Stops

Greenville City Councilpersons questioned John Wright, Director of Public Services in regards to the new four-way (all-way) stops being tried at Sayle and Shelby Streets and at Old Mill and Edgewood Drives. Monty White spoke at the Citizens to be Heard segment regarding the stop signs, “traffic is sometimes backed […]

The Long Branch green way is being cleaned up so that a system of trails can encircle the city.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Thinning Out the Long Branch

John Wright, Director of Public Works, reports “the Long Branch Green Way is being cleaned up now that the new splash pad is coming in.”  The Parks Department thinks the splash pads will bring more families out and the cleanup will thin out a lot of brush, dead hackberry trees […]

Years of overlay and heavy truck traffic has taken a toll on Stonewall Street.  Photo by Jim Satterwhite.

Street Reconstruction Bids Opened

Citizens passed a 12 million dollar bond issue three years ago to reconstruct streets in Greenville.  So far, Phase One is complete with the reconstruction of South Stonewall from Mockingbird to the Interstate, Sayle Street from Kari Lane to the Interstate and Webb Street from Wesley to a point west […]

The City Council will meet Tuesday evening to discuss replacement of the current water tank at the treatment plant. Photo by J Satterwhite.

Greenville Water Plant Improvements

The City of Greenville will meet in a work session Tuesday to debate hiring a design firm to plan a new 2.5 million gallon storage tank at the Wesley Street Water Treatment plant. John Wright, Director of Public Works, warns the current tank has developed structural problems. [the_ad_group id=”1017″] The […]