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#YeahTHATAgenda: Greenville on Must-See City List, Rick Erwin's Latest, Haywood Multi-Family, Ice-Skating Robots, Forget Bitcoin...Invest in Lego Playsets

Jan 17, 2019 09:19AM ● By Chris Haire
Expedia has named Greenville one of it's 19 Must-See Cites for 2019. The list highlighted Aloft for its dog adoption program, Artisphere and Euphoria, and restaurants Jianna and Willy Taco Feed & Seed.

The travel company noted: "Speaking of getting in on the ground floor, it may already be too late to call yourself an early adopter of Greenville. As it’s making a lot of lists these days—and for good reason—you’ll want to get in before the secret’s fully out."

Update on Proposed Beacon Hill Mixed-Use, Multi-Family Development at Haywood and Pelham: Planning Commission recommends denying zoning change from R-6, Single-Family Residential, to PD, Planned Development; cites concerns about traffic congestion, lack of public space, and architecture of apartments. The Greenville News reports that the developer has requested the proposal be deferred by the commission until next month. (City of Greenville)

Group seeks approval for transformation of 12 W. Park Ave. lot into three for single-family dwelling (City of Greenville)

Planning Commission considering changing of Bliss Way to Joseph Mathis Way (City of Greenville)

The Rise Of Socially Responsible Investing: "In an age of increasingly lax oversight from the government, and at a time when national corporate interests are willing to cut corners to appease shareholders, there is a growing contingent of people who want to invest in affordable housing, in companies who don’t just run environmentally friendly ads but actually practice those principles, and who want to make sure that the management of companies reflects the diversity of the country." (Charleston Business Journal)

College of Charleston to Launch One-Year Master’s in Teaching (CofC)

Charleston tourist attraction leader stepping down after 9 years (Post and Courier)

The myths about selling Santee Cooper (The State)

The Wire
Google, State Superintendent Molly Spearman Bring Wifi School Buses To Lexington

UES Engages Business Community With 2019 Advisory Council

Coldwell Banker Caine Hosting Artist Reception Featuring Liz Rundorff Smith

9Round Ranked By Franchise Times Among Top Three Smartest-Growing Franchises In 2019

Coldwell Banker Caine Names December Circle Of Excellence Recipients

50 Most Influential
Robert Castellani
North American Rescue LLC
CEO & Founder

Robert Castellani, a former United States Air Force Pararescueman, founded North American Rescue in 1996 with the vision to provide innovative medical and rescue solutions for the military, law enforcement, EMS, and other first responders. NAR’s mission is to reduce preventable deaths on the battle field. The company has continued to evolve its offerings to support the expanding need for immediate public access to medical supplies that can address major injuries—stopping traumatic bleeding and saving lives.

Over the past two decades, Castellani and NAR have donated to many veteran and crisis foundations. Pursuing this mission, Castellani and his family have contributed to foundations against sexual abuse, domestic violence, and programs associated with child sexual abuse, of which many of these efforts have focused on the Upstate. Castellani and North American Rescue plan to continue donating to these efforts.