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PayPal now accepted for payments by Greenville Water and WasteWater Utility

5/19/2021

The Greenville Water and Wastewater Utility is now accepting PayPal as a payment option for utility customers.  The additional payment option includes PayPal, PayPal Credit, PayPal pay in four, and Venmo for mobile payments. 

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The Greenville Historic Preservation Commission moves to install second historic marker

8/29/2020

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

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 business will be conducted.  

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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 without access to wifi a public spot in Greenville to support their school work. Password is “beourguest”.

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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 continuity plan.   Customers may still make payment by the following methods;

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REACH ALERT!

11/1/2018

Greenville Water Utility

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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 decendents.  Several state and local legislators and candidates for office came out to see Greenville.  The legislative program was conducted by Purdue Extension office out of New Albany.

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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 decendents.  Several state and local legislators and candidates for office came out to see Greenville.  The legislative program was conducted by Purdue Extension office out of New Albany.

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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 B. Ford.  The application process was highly competitive and the fact that Greenville was awarded the historic marker is a testiment to the dedication and high level of research that the Historic Preservation Commission has committed to our community.  You can read more about the historic marker and interviews from Matt Uhl (Chairman) and Andy Lemon (Town Councilman) in the News and Tribune article linked below.  

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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.  The presentation was delivered by Matt Uhl (Chairman of the HPC) and Councilman Andy Lemon.  The presentation was met by a standing room only crowd which was said to be the largest crowd in SIGS meeting history.  

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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 property of another person can be fined for a minimum of $200.  If a person throws a lighted cigarette, cigar, match, or other burning material from a moving motor vehicle, they are subject to a $1,000 fine.  

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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 helps to eliminate the serious accidents we have occuring on this curve.  INDOT is still in the planning stages for a road safety improvement project along the curve.  

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