Council works hard for residents
The Greenville City Council is one group of citizens who truly work for their hometown. Monday night, the council signed the final papers on one of the best projects that Greenville has seen in a while
the Methodist Hill Project.
Over 27 families saw the results of the hard work of this governmental body, and so has the community.
By renovating one small section of the city, everyone benefits. It creates a clean and green' Greenville that keeps visitors remarking about the city's beauty.
The majority of the money for the project was through a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, but the City of Greenville well exceeded their match of five percent.
Not every council would be so willing.
But, one thing is for sure, 27 residents of Greenville are glad to have these six men as their council.
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