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A city drawing shows what a roundabout may look like on West Fifth Street at the intersection of West 14th Avenue and Tyson Street.

A city drawing shows what a roundabout may look like on West Fifth Street at the intersection of West 14th Avenue and Tyson Street.

Second roundabout considered

“There is going to be minimal displacement ... and the business could get a better piece of property if it makes the swap.”


Chris Mansfield, Redevelopment Commission chairman

By Wesley Brown

The Daily Reflector

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Plans to replace a set of stop lights on West Fifth Street with a safer and more environmentally friendly traffic circle may force a neighborhood car wash in west Greenville to relocate.

Greenville city officials have begun discussions with the property owner of Wash It — a cash-only car cleaning service at the corner of West 14th Avenue — to negotiate a land swap.


Talks have been ongoing for about six months as part of an effort by the Greenville Redevelopment Commission to improve the appearance and design of a four-block section of West Fifth Street with new sidewalks, bus shelters, bike paths, decorative trees and wall art.

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Good idea. Think about

Good idea. Think about putting one at the intersection of 5th, Elizabeth and Albemarle St, too. It is also an offset intersection.

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