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#YeahTHATAgenda: New Family Cottage Development Near BJU, Nikki Haley May Join Boeing Board, Oyster Farm Woes, Girl Scout Cookie Good Samaritan Drug Bust

Feb 27, 2019 06:52AM ● By Chris Haire
Plans Submitted for Renaissance Place, A Proposed Development of Single-Family Cottages, Senior Living Apartments Off Pleasantburg Road: City of Greenville staff recommended approval of the project from Greenville homebuilder Renaissance Custom Homes, but the Planning Commission initially denied a permit, but will discuss a revised permit at the group's Feb. 28 meeting.

New plans provide increased buffers and setbacks and a reduction of the number of family lots from 24 to 20

Construction on the developed is could start in first quarter 2020.

Organic Cat Cafe seeks new location for vegetarian cafe and its 30 some resident cats (Greenville News)

Ask LaFleur: What's going on with the Clemson Amtrak station? (Greenville News)

"One Spartanburg" report card shows significant gains that show prosperity of county (WSPA)

Effort to expand Sunday liquor sales in 10 counties flames out in SC House (The State)

New SC oyster farm raises concerns about floating hazards, growing industry (Post and Courier)

Southwest Pilots Defend Mechanics Against Management’s Accusations (Aviation Week)

UAW Sues General Motors to Stop Plant Closings in 3 States (Manufacturing.Net)

The Wire
Greenville Fishing App, Fatsack Outdoors, Receives Investment From SCRA Entrepreneur Program SC Launch

LaRue Fine Chocolate Coming To West Greenville's Poe West Development

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Craig McCoy
Bon Secours St. Francis Health System
Market President

Craig McCoy demonstrates servant leadership as market president of Bon Secours St. Francis Health System and by his significant contributions to Greenville. By building affordable homes through Habitat for Humanity to expanding mentoring services at Hughes Academy and now Hollis Academy, Craig lives out the health system’s mission of being Good Help to Those in Need ®. 

One of the projects closest to McCoy’s heart is the implementation of the Project Search program which offers on-the-job training for those with disabilities. He offered full-time jobs to the first graduating class of interns. His heart for Greenville is infectious as he works to make an impact right here at home.