GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) – The City of Greenville has canceled its city council meeting scheduled for Thursday.
The city says the cancellation is in an effort to mitigate current COVID-19 cases and prevent future cases in the community. Mayor P.J. Connelly made the call to cancel.
WITN is told all agenda items from the meeting will be placed on the next city council meeting’s agenda on Monday, Jan. 24th. The meeting will be remote and held on Zoom.
Greenville community members who have been protesting a crypto facility trying to place itself in Greenville have decided that even with the cancellation, their protest will continue Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m. at Greenville City Hall.
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