How to get your local tribune back
Greensburg tribunes have been a fixture in Greensburg for more than 60 years.
But the Greensburg city council is planning to scrap the tribunes after the city council failed to secure a replacement in time.
The city council was planning to have a council committee vote to have the tribune removed by June 20.
But council officials were unable to secure the required $4 million in donations, and the vote is set to take place in late May or early June.
The Greensburg mayor has said he will not vote against the council’s decision.
But city council chairman Bob Henson said the decision has come with a lot of risk and it would be a bad decision to do it now.
“I don’t think it is appropriate to do that now,” Mr Henson told the Greensburgh Times.
The Greensboro Telegraph reported last month that a group of Greensburg residents have formed a group called the Greensboro Citizens for the Tribune to call for the tribunals removal. “
It would be better to wait and see how things unfold.”
The Greensboro Telegraph reported last month that a group of Greensburg residents have formed a group called the Greensboro Citizens for the Tribune to call for the tribunals removal.
The group has not yet received any donations, but the Greensberg Courier has confirmed the group has received more than $200,000 from the community.
Greensburg Mayor Bob Hensen told the newspaper that his decision to cancel the tribuniems was not motivated by donations.
“The Greenburg Tribunals are a huge part of our community, and to cancel them would be like going back in time and not coming back,” Mr Krumm said.
The Greenburg tribunem is part of the Greenburg River Tribunes.
It is not the first time the Greensville tribe has been put in a position of power.
In 2016, the tribe was able to take control of a small park and land that was held by the city of Greensville, after the Greenville City Council decided to demolish a historic building.
The land was subsequently returned to the Green River Tribunems.
The Tribunes were originally set up to help the Greens and the surrounding communities of Greensboro, Greensburg and Pittsfield.
Greensburgh has become known as the tribuna of the Greens, as well as the home of the Tribunes’ council president.