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Greenville holds public forum on new uptown parking deck

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Before Monday’s city council meeting, designers met with the community to talk about the city's new parking deck. It'll be located in the city's Moseley lot on the southwest corner of 4th and Cotanche. It’ll add 180 spots and increase uptown's parking options by 225%

Those details are set. However the design is a different story. About 30 people attended a workshop at the Sheppard Memorial Library to share their ideas.

“I find it wonderful. I think more citizens should come in to express their opinions and pint out what their likes and dislikes are.” Ann Eleanor said. The design firm should have a design ready by the October city council meeting. Construction is expected to begin March 2014.

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Greenville's new uptown parking deck is pulling the community together. The city wants your input in how it should be designed.

The deck should be finished next fall. It'll live in the city's Moseley lot on the southwest corner of 4th and Cotanche. It'll add 180 spots, increasing uptown parking options by 225%.

The city wants your ideas for the deck. It's holding a special public feedback session. It's Monday afternoon at the Shepard Memorial Library.
     
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