The Greenville City Council is studying the city’s historic preservation ordinance

An ordinance currently in effect establishes the boundaries for Greenville’s downtown historic district. It allows for an opt-out clause to give property owners the right to decline to be part of the district and to make renovations that don’t comply with district guidelines. The Attorney General’s office found the ordinance to be legal in 2012 but some provisions disqualified the district from certain grants. The City Council voted to further study historic preservation issues.

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