As I drove through town again, I marveled at all the new developments and progress. I remember when someone ran for city council years ago with progressive ideas like beautifying the entrance to the city at the bridge over the railroad and finding new ways for parking to help businesses grow, and he was knocked down by incumbents.
Columns & Letters
The Jan. 5 Citizen informed us Duncan councilman Calvin Cowen is concerned that the citizens of Duncan are not aware of the plans for massive, high density projects on the table for the town, and is encouraging folks to show up to the council meetings and weigh in.
To the Editor,
To the editor,
I am appalled at Greer City Council approving the Animal Ordinances Changes.
Limiting households to three pets. Requiring pet foster homes to “register” with Animal Control. Giving AC Officers authority to “enter upon private property” if they think an animal has “inclination to attack.”
To the Editor,
We all (well, almost all of us) love little children. We can be mesmerized by their little personalities, their imaginations and attempts at saying words in the cutest of ways.
Q: What’s the best way to prepare my Thanksgiving turkey?
A: Well, nobody at The Greer Citizen claims to be an expert in turkey-cooking, but we’re all experts in turkey-eatin.
I, along with many of my neighbors, are very concerned with the rampant growth of our town. Our quality of life has already been negatively impacted, and it has seemed our city leaders are nit much concerned about it. But a tipping point has been reached for many of is.
Anyone who has served in the U. S. Military through basic training knows that weapons, ammo, and all military equipment (if at all possible) must not fall into enemy hands, period.
That is military SOP (Standard Operations Procedure).
Downtown patrons should mark their calendars for Oct. 22, as Dine on Trade returns for another run.
The event, which features open-air community dining, provided a big boost for downtown Greer businesses last fall and has since become a mainstay in Greer Station.
By Josh Lanier
For The Greer Citizen
The line for rentals was out the door and down the steps of the boathouse that day. It appeared that everyone at the campground had the same idea at the same time. We had a choice between kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, paddleboats, or canoes. We chose the canoes.