Neighbors in the north of the state oppose sanitation construction plans

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A project involving a new sewerage building in Greenville County has upset some neighbors. Greater Greenville Sanitation has a project underway for a building on Old Easley Bridge Road. Neighbors on Riverview Drive live around the corner and are concerned about the impact the project could have on their neighborhood. Some neighbors say new plans have been added to the project that they had not originally planned. “Nobody wants these things in their backyard,” said neighbor David Davis. “This site is a mile and a half from where we are sitting right now.” Greater Greenville Sanitation shared the initial plans for an administrative and operational building during its committee meetings. . The property is on Route 124. Neighbors say they learn there may now be a transfer station included in the project, raising several concerns. “Why isn’t there something like this in an industrial site where trucks can be serviced and there are no houses around? Davis said. Davis said they were told a transfer station was not originally part of the plans. He is worried about the impact this might have on the attractiveness of the neighborhood. “You can’t tell me the garbage is going to be cleaned 100% every night,” he said. Board of Zoning Appeals in mid-October. Officials said the plans were to be the subject of an overhaul and discussions with the county in recent months. Davis says he’s not against the whole project, but would prefer it kept at an administration building. “To keep it as it should be normally, as a maintenance building,” he said. “We’ve embraced this as a neighborhood. A transfer station, we can’t embrace it. And just more honesty.” WYFF News 4 has contacted Greater Greenville Sanitation for a statement and update, but no have not received a response yet.

A project involving a new sanitary building in Greenville County has upset some neighbors.

Greater Greenville Sanitation has a project underway for a building on Old Easley Bridge Road.

Neighbors on Riverview Drive live around the corner and are concerned about the impact the project could have on their neighborhood.

Some neighbors say there are new plans added to the project that they had not originally planned.

“Nobody wants these things in their backyard,” said neighbor David Davis. “This site is a mile and a half from where we are sitting right now.”

Greater Greenville Sanitation shared initial plans for an administrative and operational building at its committee meetings. The property is on route 124.

Neighbors say they are learning there may now be a transfer station included in the project, raising several concerns.

“Why isn’t there something like this in an industrial site where trucks can be serviced and there are no houses around? Davis said.

Davis said they were told a transfer station was not originally part of the plans. He is worried about the impact this might have on the attractiveness of the neighborhood.

“You can’t tell me the garbage is going to be cleaned 100% every night,” he said.

In September, Greater Greenville Sanitation shared at its committee meeting that plans for the project have been finalized and it was expected to be presented to the Board of Zoning Appeals in mid-October.

Officials said the plans were to undergo an overhaul and discussions with the county in recent months.

Davis says he’s not against the whole project, but would prefer it kept in an administration building.

“To keep it as it was going to be normally, as a maintenance building,” he said. “We adopted that as a neighborhood. A transfer station, you can’t kiss. And just more honesty.

WYFF News 4 has contacted Greater Greenville Sanitation for a statement and update, but has yet to receive a response.


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