Butch Kirven

Greenville County Council, District 27

“Leadership is the key in bringing people together and getting things done that benefit the community.  As your County Council representative, I will continue to work for you, the citizens of District 27, first and foremost, and I’m asking for your vote to be re-elected.”

Butch Kirven was elected to the Greenville County Council District 27 in 2004

He is currently serving in his fifth term as a member of County Council, serving as its chairman from 2005-2013 and from 2017 to 2020.  He also serves as the chairman of GPATS, the regional transportation planning organization (MPO) for the urbanized areas of Greenville and Pickens counties including a small portion of Anderson County.

Always known as “Butch,” he is a 1969 graduate of Presbyterian College with a bachelor’s degree in history. He and his wife, Diane, live near Simpsonville, where he operates a real estate appraisal and consulting practice and a small cattle farm.

Greenville County Has Thrived During The Past 18 Years

Greenville is the Upstate’s economic development engine.

The numbers are great, but what’s behind the numbers is the most important thing for County Council, whose purpose is inclusive economic development that opens paths for people to improve their quality of life through meaningful employment, contributing to the broader community, resulting in self-improvement and financial security.

This report shows that the county is building on the depth and breadth of our solid economic foundation. The future in Greenville County looks good indeed!

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