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Indian Boundary Line marker to be moved to City Park

City Council unanimously approved the recommendation

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Tuesday, October 16, 2012

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The Indian Boundary Line marker will be moved to Greer City Park. Tom McAbee and Marian Hayes of Greer offered the suggestion and City Council approved it in a unanimous (7-0) vote.

Jim Fair

The Indian Boundary Line marker will be moved to Greer City Park. Tom McAbee and Marian Hayes of Greer offered the suggestion and City Council approved it in a unanimous (7-0) vote.

The Indian Boundary Line historical marker was given unanimous (7-0) approval by Greer City Council to be moved to Greer City Park.

Tom McAbee and Marian Hayes appeared before City Council last Tuesday to ask for the relocation from the corner of Wade Hampton Boulevard and North Line Street. The sign is on a corner and in a right of way.

Ann Cunningham, Parks and Recreation Director, told council she was supported the move and offered a photo with the location pinpointed near the amphitheater, fountain and playground.

McAbee offered more people would likely read the sign and learn about the history of the area. He also told council the entire local and state historical associations were told of the request and there were no negative responses.

No date was discussed when the marker’s relocation would take place.

 

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