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Zoom Meeting Test - Town Council to test their online platform

4/1/2020

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...

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Public Wifi Available at the Town Hall

3/29/2020

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...

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Message from the Town of Greenville on the Coronavirus [UPDATE 3/16/2020]

3/13/2020

UPDATE 3/16/2020: We have decided to close the Water Utility offices to the public for the safety of our staff and the community.  This decision follows the steps laid out in our business...

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Greenville Water Utility's Tim White Recognized for Heroic Efforts

5/10/2019

Congratulations to Tim White who was recognized recently with two other Sellersburg Volunteer Fire Fighters (Tanner Hutt & Joe Hanna).  The three fire fighters were assisting Clarksville Fire...

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REACH ALERT!

11/1/2018

Greenville Water Utility

We understand the importance of communicating with you and ensuring that we keep you in the loop regarding events affecting the Water Utility, Town of Greenville and the...

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Legislative Picnic held at the Historic Jacobi Farm

9/12/2018

On Tuesday, September 12th, the Jacobi family held a legislative picnic at the Historic home built by Mordecai Collins in the 1820's.  Gary Jacobi was present as well as other Collins family...

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Legislative Picnic held at the Historic Jacobi Farm

9/12/2018

On Tuesday, September 12th, the Jacobi family held a legislative picnic at the Historic home built by Mordecai Collins in the 1820's.  Gary Jacobi was present as well as other Collins family...

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The Indiana Historic Bureau approves historic John B. Ford marker application for the Greenville Historic Preservation Commission!

8/15/2018

The Indiana Historic Bureau just announced that they will approve the Greenville Historic Preservation Commission's historic marker application for famed industrialist and long time resident John...

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The History of Greenville - Presented by the Greenville Historic Preservation Commission

6/14/2018

On June 7th, a presentation by the Greenville Historic Preservation Commission ("HPC") was given at the NAFC Library in New Albany for the Southern Indiana Genealogical Society ("SIGS") meeting. ...

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Snipe Signs are Illegal in Greenville. $50 Fine. Max $500.

4/18/2018

Picture of confiscated Snipe Signs

The Greenville Town Council passed in February an ordinance prohibiting snipe signs within the Town of Greenville.  Snipe signs are generally placed in public right-of-ways, telephone poles, or...

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Greenville Enacts Littering Ordinance

2/9/2018

At the January Town Council meeting, board members passed an ordinance prohibiting litter in the Town limits.  A person who recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally places or leaves refuse on the...

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John Baptiste Ford Drive

12/13/2017

John Baptiste Ford Drive sign design

At the Town Council meeting last night, Councilman Lemon put forth a motion to pass an ordinance that Attorney Heather Peters and he had worked on together. The roadway which runs between Clark...

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New Warning Signs Installed in Greenville

12/1/2017

On November 27th, INDOT installed two flashing yellow warning signs along Dead Man's Curve.  The signs warn motorists of a dangerous entrance to Maple Rd.  It is the Town Council's hope that this...

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Casey's General Store Design Plan for Greenville

9/12/2017

Over the last couple of months, the Town Council and town engineer have been reviewing design plans and building ordinances with Casey's General Store.  The project has moved forward and next...

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The Greenville Historic Preservation Commission is accepting nominations

7/19/2017

The Historic Preservation Commission has three remaining seats available for the board.  To be considered for appointment, candidates must either reside or be employed in Floyd County.  Interested...

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