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The Greenville Historic Preservation Commission moves to install second historic marker


The Greenville Historic Preservation Commission is happy to announce they are nearing completion on a historic marker for Norman J. Colman.  Colman was the first U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and got his career started as the first principal in Greenville at the Floyd County Seminary in 1850 following completion of law school at the University of Louisville.  Colman was principal in Greenville from 1850 to 1852.  During his time in Greenville, he met Clara Porter and married in 1851. Clara was the daughter of Daniel Porter who is best known for Porter's Public House in Greenville which was a notorious hotel, bar, and social spot. 

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Zoom Meeting Test - Town Council to test their online platform


At 12:30 on 4/1/2020, the elected town council members and Greenville town staff will meet to test the Zoom Meeting platform.  This is for testing our systemic capabilities only and no other business will be conducted.  

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Public Wifi Available at the Town Hall


he Town of Greenville has established a public wifi connection at the Town Hall. This was done to support the E-Learning that will be conducted by NAFC School Corporation and to offer those without access to wifi a public spot in Greenville to support their school work. Password is “beourguest”.

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