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Archive for January, 2011

City of Asheville payroll goes paperless

Earlier this month, the City of Asheville kicked off the new year by kicking paper pay stubs in favor of e-mailed payroll info. The move, which grew out of a Business Technology Improvement Project passed by Asheville City Council in 2009, reduces paper use by the city and increases accurate databasing and record keeping. According

Asheville Buncombe homeless point in time count takes place Wed. January 26

The annual point in time count that tracks the demographics, causes and population of those experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness in the Asheville and Buncombe County community takes place on Wednesday, January 26. The count, which is used to provide accurate data about the state of homelessness in the community, constitutes a partnership

Public weighs in on River District's transportation future

A presentation at Asheville-Buncombe Technical College on Saturday Jan. 22 offered a glimpse at what could be the future of transportation in Asheville’s River Arts District, and attendees had the chance to give their input into how they envision changes in the corridor. The presentation was the first in a series of public input opportunities

Volunteers repaint Stephens-Lee gym in recognition of MLK weekend

44 volunteers showed up at the Stephens-Lee Community Center on Saturday, January 15, to give the center’s gymnasium a new coat of paint in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. day. The service project, organized by the City of Asheville’s Volunteer Program, saw participants from the community as well as the city’s Parks Maintenance division,

Police and Fire chiefs thank Asheville for staying off the roads during winter storms

Asheville Police Department Chief Bill Hogan and Asheville Fire Department Chief Scott Burnette thank the residents and visitors of Asheville for following the advice of public safety officials and staying safely off the roads during recent winter storms. Emergency calls for service were dramatically lower during the latest snow events than they have been in

Shredding the slopes with Asheville's Youth Outdoor Recreation Program

It’s hard to believe, says Christen McNamara, but for the first few years the City of Asheville’s Outdoor Recreation program offered a youth snowboard and skiing series, there were spots left unfilled. It’s even harder to imagine now, since this year’s program boasts a full roster of 45 kids that filled up within one day

City of Asheville Human Resources Analyst Carol Nguyen recognized in Verve Magazine's "30 Under Thirty."

The latest issue of Verve Magazine included City of Asheville Human Resources employee Carol Nguyen in its profile of 30 women under 30 who make positive strides in their fields. The profile cites Nguyen’s work on technological steps the department is taking to more efficiently track information and move into paperless record keeping. Click here for

Stay safe during winter storms

Already this winter, multiple snowstorms have hit Asheville and Western North Carolina, and the City’s Public Works Department has been hard at work to keep roads passable and clear, while the Asheville Police and Fire Departments continue to keep people safe. The City of Asheville is urging the public to remain safe and cautious throughout

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