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What will Greer look like in 2030?

The Five Year Plan

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May 20, 2014 - Board of Trustees Meeting
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Why Greer?

The Greer Partnership For Tomorrow is not just another "good cause" or "charity". Rather, this five-year initiative is a sound business investment in our community's economic well-being. Like any business venture, when you invest in the Partnership For Tomorrow you expect and deserve a good return on your investment. Economic Development, Community Master Plan, Quality of Life, and Communications are the benefits that will accrue to your business as a result of the success of Greer's Partnership For Tomorrow.

ARTICLE ARCHIVES

Magazine ranks Greer Memorial No. 9 nationally for safety and respect
JAN 26, 2015

Greer Memorial Hospital is ranked No. 9 nationally by Consumer Reports in its February edition for safety and respect.
 

Greer Memorial Hospital is ranked No. 9 nationally by Consumer Reports in its February edition for safety and respect. The hospital’s score of 68 is only 11 points behind top-ranked Oaklawn (Marshall, Mich.) Hospital.

“I’m happy for Greer, those are the people we serve,” John Mansure, President of Greer Medical Campus (Greenville Hospital System), said. “It’s amazing. It’s everybody working together. My leadership team, we see everything the same way.”

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Inland port is a magnet for new commerce and community growth
JAN 23, 2015

'Using a baseball analogy, we are in the second inning of a nine-inning game.'
Jim Newsome
President and CEO of South Carolina Ports Authority
 

Jim Newsome delivered a glowing message to more than 400 business leaders on the impact the Inland Port at Greer plays in the state’s commerce. 

“We are very much dependent on trucks. Every container in the world somehow rides a truck,” Newsome, president and CEO of the South Carolina Ports Authority, said. “They (containers) come by rail to Greer and they still have to go out by truck to somewhere else.”

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Panel invites community input into Hwy. 29 corridor development
JAN 13, 2015

A team of experts from the Urban Land Institute visits Greer Wednesday and Thursday at City Hall seeking input for the study of future land development, transportation choices and active living opportunities along the Hwy. 29 corridor between Greenville and Spartanburg.

A drop-in for “Linking Our Futures: Shaping a Transit-Ready Corridor is Wednesday 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. at Greer City Hall and the panel’s preliminary recommendations will be discussed Thursday at 5:30 p.m.

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