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The Five Year Plan

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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

$100 million expansion ahead for Mitsubishi Polyester Film
SEP 28, 2015

The 50th anniversary of Mitsubishi Polyester Film had corporate officials visiting from the Mitsubishi Plastics, Inc., the parent company in Japan.
 

Greer received another economic jolt of optimism today as Mitsubishi Polyester Film (MTF), Inc., announced it is investing $100 million in the expansion of one of the world’s largest suppliers of polyester film.

The announcement coincides with the 51st anniversary of the plant in Greer. MTF officials at the 50th anniversary celebration last year (Sept. 25) hinted the expansion announcement would be announced this month.

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Walking, bike trails report headed to City Council in October
SEP 10, 2015

Walking, bike trails report headed to City Council in October

More than 70 individuals attended a presentation at the Cannon Centre last week to learn more about preliminary plans to add walking and bicycle trails in downtown Greer. Comments were given on where those proposed trails should be expanded.

Jean Crowther of Alta Planning & Design led the program on the proposed connected network of on- and off-street bikeways, walkways, and trails that provide safe and family-friendly access between neighborhoods and community destinations for all ages and abilities.

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Public input sought for a walk- and bike-friendly master plan
SEP 2, 2015

Public input sought for a walk- and bike-friendly master plan

Abbott’s frozen custard and the Blue Ridge Brewing Company are both scheduled to open in the final quarter this year at opposite ends in downtown Greer.

That provides a good opportunity for the public to offer its input Thursday on a downtown walking and bicycling master plan that will safely connect visitors to the central business district, retail shops and restaurants.

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