The Greenwood City Council is the legislative body that governs the city of Greenwood. The executive power is held by a Mayor who is elected by the people every four years, along with the seven council members. The City Council generally meets twice each month at the City Hall.
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Greenwood City Council Regular Monthly Meeting Tuesday, October 19, 2004
Running Time 69 min
First Posted on Friday, April 28, 2006 at 7:54 pm
The Council discussed the route for the annual Christmas Parade. Council member David Jordan complained about plans to proceed down Grand Boulevard, which he claimed discriminated against other neighborhoods. The Mayor responded that the Parade has proceeded down Grand Boulevard for years now without complaint. A representative of the county's Emergency Management department presented information on the CERT program. City Clerk Deirdre Mayes discussed the reason for the increased cost of the city's annual audit, explaining it was due to increased regulations and requirements by the federal government and the State Audit Department. The Council went into Executive Session to discuss an industrial prospect.