City To Demolish Old Sewer Lab House

In their meeting Tuesday, the Greenville City Council approved the demolition of the old sewer lab building on Winter Street. The building was previously used by animal control, but its condition had deteriorated to the point it is unusable. The council approved a $4,500 expenditure to have the building demolished and the concrete on the property removed.

The council also approved a $4,259.96 expense to replace the transmission and clutch assembly in a public works truck.

Greenville Police will soon be able to write tickets electronically by swiping an individual’s driver’s license. The council voted to proceed with the purchase of e-Citation equipment to be installed in police cars. The cost to the city is $4,049. An $894 down payment will be paid now with the rest to be paid in fiscal year 2016.

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