An update from Greenville Town councilman Andy Lemon! This is great information and great work by all the involved communities. Councilman Lemon wrote, I am happy to announce that Animal Control services are being offered in Greenville once again! The vote was passed by the Animal Control Board tonight in New Albany. This has been a project of mine for several months and required work by various community leaders; President Greg Redden of the Greenville Town Council, our amazing attorney Heather Peters, County Councilman Brad Striegel, and Commissioner John Schellenberger. I'd also like to take a moment to thank Randy Hoffer of the Animal Control Board who took the time to listen to all parties involved and explained the situation to his fellow Animal Control Board members. This is a great day for the animals in Greenville. In the next couple of days, there will be a post on the Greenville website at www.visitgreenvillein.com explaining the specific Article 5 services that will be provided to the residents of Greenville. In other news around town... For the last two months, I've wondered if anyone noticed the white flashing beacon light on the cell tower in town. It was a constant annoyance at night from my backyard. I did a bit of research and found that the white beacon light is suppose to flash during the day and transition to the red light at night. However, there was work performed on the tower during which the red light failed to reactivate. Thanks to a couple in the community, they were able to contact the cell tower owners and the owners stated that they would turn the red light back on in the evening. I know several residents will be happy to hear the commercial property owner at the corner of Voyles and HWY 150 has decided to sale. If my spray paint reading eyes do not deceive me, it would appear the owner has the property listed for the price of $11,168 and will entertain all cash offers. I view this as a great opportunity for someone in our community to purchase the property at a substantially reduced price (the last sale price was $65k in June 2017) and purpose the facility into something clean, productive, and beneficial for our Town.