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G r e e r Community Master Plan 145 High Priority Actions Certain action items identified in the Strategy Board immediately rise as high priority actions. Some are highly visible physical projects while others are policy changes or emerging partnerships that will reap benefits over the long term. The following high priority actions are recommended Memoralize the Preferred Growth Strategy in the Citys Comprehensive Plan Update. The Comprehensive Plan is Greers planning tool to inform zoning decisions and other changes necessary to implement recommendations in this plan. Pursue and potentially incentivize new employment and residential development in and adjacent to Greer Station. The growth of downtown is dependent on the health of adjacent neighborhoods and employment centers. Greer has a significant opportunity to market neighborhoods and employment opportunities close to its vibrant and successful downtown. Implement Gateway Improvements. Currently Greer has only one significant gateway the entry to downtown along Main Street. Greer has the opportunity to announce to visitors where the community begins and where it transitions into downtown through strategic gateway enhancements. Complete the Pedestrian Master Plan sponsored by the MPO. This plan should provide specific guidance for enhancing the pedestrian experience in Greer by inventorying projects identifying dedicated funding and seeking partnerships for implementation. Establish a Public Art Commission and Develop a Public Art Master Plan. The Public Art Commission and Public Art Master Plan should inventory existing public art identify potential funding partners and leverage publicprivate partnerships to create more art in the City of Greer. Acquire Victor Mill and develop a plan for Victor Mill Park. This mill is a legacy for Greer and the current site detracts from the community. It offers a substantial opportunity to transition from an eyesore to a significant asset.