Tag: Mayor David Dreiling

Friendlee and Mayor Dreiling joust and banter about serious medical conditions that they have faced. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Greenville Mayor is at the Helm

Mayor Dreiling banters with Hunt County’s own Friendlee at the Business Before Hours at Hunt Regional Healthcare August 7- Mayor David Dreiling was diagnosed with a brain tumor last May. He turned over duties to the mayor pro tempore, Jerry Ransom, at a sudden called Saturday morning council meeting. He […]

Mayor Pro Tem Jerry Ransom reads Motorcycle Safety Proclamation to one of the local motorcycle clubs president known as "Biggin". Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Greenville City Council to Name Mayor Pro Tem

The Greenville City Council will consider naming a Mayor Pro Tem in accordance with the city charter.  This must be done on an annual basis. Councilperson Jerry Ransom is the current mayor while David Dreiling is recuperating from surgery two weeks ago.  The question is will Mayor Pro Tem Ransom […]

City Secretary Carole Kuykendall's tenure must be voted on every ninety days by the City Council. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Council to Review Charter

The City Staff and Mayor’s Office believes the City Charter needs to be reviewed.  The Texas Constitution allows cities to review their charter every two years. Mayor David Dreiling called for a review prior to the November election.  It is doubtful whether or not this review can take place and […]

The Creative Arts Community of Hunt County recently proposed using the former Johnson Street Church of Christ as a performing arts center. Image courtesy of the Johnson Street Church of Christ.

A Place for Art and Maybe a Space for a Makerspace

The Creative Arts Community of Greenville (CAC-Gvl) sponsored a luncheon in the former Johnson Street Church of Christ Thursday. The artistic community is active in theater, musical productions, artistic endeavors and dance. Chrissy Dickens, spokesperson for the group, stood in front of more than 25 influential community members including City of […]

Members of the Green Knights and Forbidden Souls Motorcycle Clubs receive a proclamation at City Hall recognizing the Month of May as Motorcycle Awareness Month.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Motorcycle Awareness Month

May is motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. Motorcyclist have the same rights and privileges as any motor vehicle driver on the highways and byways of our state.  This means they are entitled to their space on the road, no matter the size of their ride.  By the same token, it also […]