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  1. The Greenlink Poetry Project

    Moving Words. Moving People. The Greenlink Poetry Project connects poets with passengers to tell the stories of why they ride.The project was championed by Greenville Poet Laureate Glenis Redmond. "The whole purpose of the project is to dispel stereotypes, demystify each other, because bus riders are somebody, a neighbor, they're somebody's mama, they're somebody's brother, sister, cousin. And that's who we are. And that's what we found out through this project. And hopefully, you know, the theme of Why I Ride." Our thanks to M. Judson Booksellers for hosting a live reading. It was an honor to see the poets and riders come together to premiere their collaborations.


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    Stronger Ordinance Will Reduce Downtown Noise

    City Council has given initial approval to revise its noise ordinance, providing police with additional tools to enforce a quieter downtown experience for all. Ordinance Details
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    Airport District Plans for Livability and Growth

    The City has received an ambitious list of recommendations from the draft Airport District Planning Study. Residents are invited to review and comment. Study Details
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    Rhett Street Closure In Progress

    A detour to guide traffic around Rhett Street construction will be in place through late October. Detour Details
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