WWWarrior added a topic in Neighborhood newsGH Pool and Golf Memberships 2018Pool and Golf Memberships Now Available!!!
2018 Memberships for the Greenhills Swimming Pool and the Greenhills Golf Course are now being accepted!
For the Pool application please click here.
For the Golf application please click here.
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WWWarrior added a topic in Neighborhood newsGreenhills Seeking DeveloperGreenhills is seeking a developer to construct new single-family homes on a number of vacant sites throughout the Greenhills Historic District. Greenhills had conceptual renderings prepared to help developers visualize what it is we are looking for. New homes will be required to incorporate historic elements of original buildings in the Historic District. New construction must respect the defining elements that led to Greenhills being designated a National Historic Landmark. Those elements include the layout of the streets, taking advantage of the existing topography, maintaining green space, staggering setbacks, etc.
Here are some concept images of what is envisioned:
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WWWarrior added a topic in Neighborhood newsGH Natural Gas Aggregation Programx
Village of Greenhills Natural Gas Aggregation
The Village of Greenhills is excited to announce that we have renewed natural gas aggregation for two years with IGS Energy. Residents and businesses enrolled in the program receive competitive rates for natural gas. Over the last 45 months, the Village natural gas aggregation rate has been lower than Duke Energy's rate.
If you are currently enrolled in the program and wish to remain enrolled, you're all set! No action is needed if you currently enjoy the aggregation's competitive pricing.
If you aren't enrolled, you can sign up by calling IGS directly at 1-877-353-0162. Be sure to mention the Village of Greenhills Community Aggregation. Pay close attention to any contract obligations you may have with your existing supplier, including termination fees.
Newly eligible account holders who receive their gas supply from Duke Energy will also receive a notice from IGS Energy explaining the rate formula, terms and conditions, and various means of opting out of the Village’s aggregation program. Please read it carefully before making your decision. These accounts will be added to the program unless they opt out as explained in the letter.
If you have questions about the aggregation program, you may contact IGS directly at 1-877-353-0162.
Don't forget to visit the newly launched blog from Municipal Manager Evonne Kovach at: https://greenhillsmanager.blog!
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WWWarrior added a topic in Neighborhood newsVillage Manager Blog
From the desk of the Municipal Manager
I'm excited to announce the debut of a blog intended for all who are interested in learning more about what's going on in the Village of Greenhills! The blog will provide detailed information about projects and in-depth perspective about the operation of Greenhills' municipal government. Keep reading to stay up-to-date on what's going on in the community! I want you to feel informed, excited and proud of the work your Village is doing! Thank you for checking my blog, and I hope you will stop back often!
Click here to read the latest: https://greenhillsmanager.blog/
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WWWarrior added a topic in Neighborhood newsThe Snow Blower Guy RecognitionIt seems every neighborhood has one or at least one. You know the person nearby who owns a serious snow blower and, when the "white death" warnings actually produce a worthy snowfall, will extend (even preclude) efforts on their own driveway and clear sidewalks for others. Bundled up to the cold, if not to hide their identity, they move without comment up one side and down the other of your street. Mrs. WWW has even had me deliver fresh baked pies as a thank you to our "Snow Guy" after following his trail home.
They seem to shun recognition, but only do their duties because they see it has 1) fun, 2) altruistic, or 3) figured out that Return On Investment on this big piece of machinery is greatly enhanced by actually using it more than their own one car driveway.
Our guy is Dave Stenger, who has taken on this task for years. I know he prefers the warm weather when he can read a good book on his front porch, keeping 1/2 an eye on the ebb and flow of traffic and a neighbor to say hello. But he takes pride in his "fun" and it does not go unappreciated. Thank you Dave !!
Who's your Snow Blower Guy?
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