The City of Greenville, South Carolina
To: Property Owners, Owners of property located within 500 feet of the following Applications, and Neighborhood Association Representatives.
From: Planning and Development Staff
Subject: Upcoming Applications for the Design Review Board – Neighborhood Design Panel
The City of Greenville Design Review Board – Neighborhood Design Panel will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 3:00 PM in the 10th Floor Council Chambers at City Hall, to consider the following applications:
A. CA 18-1001 Application by Matt Ruth for a CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS to construct a new single-family house on property located at 117 BUTLER AVE (TM#s 0016000100100; 0016000101600).
C. CA 19-90 Application by John Edwards for a CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS for an addition and other related work on property located at 108 W EARLE ST (TM# 0005000201300).
D. CA 19-91 Application by Scott Crichton for a CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS for a proposed single-family detached house on property located at 20 ATWOOD ST (TM# 0013000100800).
Documents relating to these applications are available for review online at greenvillesc.gov and in the Planning & Development Office on the 6th floor of City Hall, 206 S. Main St., Greenville, between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. You may contact the Planning & Development Office at (864) 467-4476 for more information. You will have the opportunity to voice your comments at the public hearing. Written comments, emailed to email@example.com, must be received by the Monday before the hearing in order to be forwarded to the Board before the hearing. Comments received after Monday will be provided to the Board at the hearing. All comments are part of the public record. Please reference the application number on all correspondence.
In some cases the applicant may be required as part of the application process to hold a neighborhood meeting before the application is heard by the Board. Property owners within 500’ of the application site would then be notified by mail. A property owner that directly abuts the proposed project or owners of 20% of parcels within 500’ may also request a meeting. Contact the Planning and Development Office for further instructions.