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Trade Street getting temporary landscaping

Published on Monday, September 22, 2014

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Landscapers plant the boxwoods and other plants in front of BIN112 Monday morning.
 

Jim Fair

Landscapers plant the boxwoods and other plants in front of BIN112 Monday morning.

 



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A completed planter in front of Smith and James.
 

Jim Fair

A completed planter in front of Smith and James.

 



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Some planters will feature stone designs when completed.
 

Jim Fair

Some planters will feature stone designs when completed.

 



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A view of Trade Street after the trees were uprooted.
 

Jim Fair

A view of Trade Street after the trees were uprooted.

 



The City of Greer is landscaping Trade Street, from Poinsett Street to the Depot, as part of its annual downtown improvement initiative. The shrubs were uprooted to provide more visibility for downtown shops. Boxwoods are the bushes anchoring the planters. Rosemary has also been planted.

The planters may be short-term as the city plans to upgrade the century-old infrastructure that may include sidewalk repairs. More permanent landscaping will be added when the street and sidewalk repairs are completed.

No timetable has been announced for the repairs that will be done by Greer CPW.

 

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