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June 2016 Housing Trends

Welcome to the most current Housing Trends eNewsletter. This eNewsletter is specially designed for you, with national and local housing information that you may find useful whether you’re in the market for a home, thinking about selling your home, or just interested in homeowner issues in general. 85 more words


July August Newsletter 2016

In this issue: LGNA Summer Social, LGNA Officers, Property Tax Relief, Toys for Cops, What’s In It For Me?, Lowest Greenville Valet Parking, and more.


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March April Newsletter 2016

In this issue: Property taxes getting you down?, St. Pat’s events, LGNA annual meeting, Meet the Central Division Chief, Lowest Greenville construction progress, Stonewall additions, and more.


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January February Newsletter 2016

In this issue: Meet the new central division chief, St. Patrick’s events, Thank you lower Greenville, Info for St. Patrick’s Day, and more.


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We Could Be Heroes

Volunteering became a passion, a heroic gesture and a way of life for a dedicated parent like Sofia Hurley, who has a son named Kelly, a fourth grader from Robert E. 678 more words

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November December LGNA Newsletter 2015

In this issue: An early start for Thanksgiving, Tis the season for a Lower Greenville holiday, We could be heroes, The quiet church, A new pool for Tietze, and more.


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September October Newsletter 2015

In this issue: Save the Date – National Night Out, Stonewall Gardens Goings On, July Fajita Fest, Elizabeth’s Gold Project, Vicery Towers Update, Sidewalk Replacement Programs, Lakewood Theater Concerns, and more.


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