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January 11, 2013

Zoning Board meeting reset

GREENVILLE — A debate over whether a local financial business is an “alternative financial service” will have to wait for a few weeks.

Thursday night’s meeting of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, which included a public hearing concerning an appeal filed by Action Finance Incorporated, was cancelled Thursday afternoon.

The meeting was tentatively reset for February 21.

Attorney Joe E. Weis is representing Action Finance in the appeal of the decision by the City of Greenville to classify the company, currently at 2705 Lee Street, as an “Alternative Financial Service”, specifically as a business that engages in non-traditional short-term lending. Action Finance is seeking to move from its downtown Greenville location to a site on Wesley Street.

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