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Greenville hires new town manager

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After months of searching, Greenville finally has a new Town Manager. Timothy Day of Cape Coral, Fl., has recently accepted the position of Greenville's Town Manager and Monday, May 18, marked his first day on the job. Day is a native of Providence, Rhode Island, however he has lived in Cape Coral for 19 years. He and his wife, Lisa, have six children, ages three to twenty-three. On making the move to Greenville, Day asserted that the small town atmosphere caught his eye. “I've worked in big cities where you meet people and never see them again,” said Day. “In Madison County, everybody knows everybody. In fact, everyone has been so helpful and friendly and I have only been here a day,” added the Town Manager upon his arrival. Day's priority and biggest goal as Greenville's new Town Manager is seeing economic growth. “I am committed to economic development,” said Day. “In addition, there is a need for convenience, including retail and food establishments. For instance, the nearest Subway is 14 miles away.” Day added, “More so, I'm interested in providing jobs for the Greenville community.” Day is determined to work hard to see improvement in Greenville. “Things can change,” said Day. “With hard work, it can be done, but we must realize it can't happen over night.” The citizens and councilmembers of Greenville are excited to join together with Day, who is already hard at work. It is certain many good things are in store for Greenville, a well-loved community with a rich history and promising future.

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