The Post and Courier had story this week highlighting the opportunity for more affordable housing in Greenville.
From the article:
“Greenville is working on a proposal to invest more than $1 million from the federal American Rescue Plan into building affordable rental apartments.
The city was one of 651 jurisdictions that qualified to receive funds from a $5 billion portion of the pandemic stimulus package intended to assist people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The city must provide a general plan for how it intends to use the funding, along with public feedback, by March 31.”
What this means is that more families will be able to live in Greenville than before. This is helping create an impact that creates a stronger Greenville. An open zoom meeting is scheduled for March 14 to collect comments from residents, and staff will provide a report to City Council at a meeting in the coming weeks.