May 21, 2020
The rain gauge indicates that 5.7 inches of rain fell on the City of Greer Monday through Wednesday this week. While that rain may be good for spring plantings, it has resulted in local flooding and put a major damper on scheduled CenterG work.
Crews are getting a late start on construction work at the Trade & Randall intersection, but they plan to provide the brick masons with four days of work beginning next Tuesday. That will allow the intersection to reopen next Friday, missing the original deadline by just one day.
Curb work at the alley on E. Poinsett St. (between Abbott’s and Barista Alley) was heavily impacted by this week's rain. Crews have covered that work area with a 500-pound metal plate to allow for pedestrian access over the Memorial Day Weekend. That curb will now be poured on Tuesday with the sidewalk to follow on Wednesday.
Milling asphalt on E. Poinsett St. and S. Main St. has been pushed back to the week of June 1 and surface asphalt application throughout Greer Station is now planned for the week of June 8 with a completion date of June 13.
During this Memorial Day Weekend please join the CenterG Team in remembering and honoring those who valiantly served our nation and are no longer with us.