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Minority businesses can connect with large construction projects at Economic Summit Asheville

Minority businesses can connect with large construction projects at Economic Summit Asheville

  You might say Asheville is in a construction boom. One look at our skyline alone shows towering cranes with workers bustling below, building, bringing the city to new heights. In response to this climate of large-level projects, the WNC Diversity Engagement Coalition — of which the City of Asheville is a member — will


City of Asheville earns Moody’s Aaa bond rating

City of Asheville earns Moody’s Aaa bond rating

Recently, Moody’s Investor Services upgraded the City of Asheville’s general obligation bonded debt credit rating from Aa1 to Aaa [sic], the highest rating they award. Standard & Poor’s, upgraded the City’s general obligation bonds from AA+ to AAA in August 2015. This second upgrade places Asheville with some of the most financially well-managed cities in


Asheville holidays to feature expanded Winter Lights Downtown and ‘upcycled’ holiday wreaths

Asheville holidays to feature expanded Winter Lights Downtown and ‘upcycled’ holiday wreaths

Asheville’s holiday season will sparkle a little brighter this year, accented by some fresh décor. The City of Asheville is pleased to announce that its Winter Lights Downtown partnership with The N.C Arboretum will not only continue for a second year, but also expand. The City is also working with the Arboretum and the Asheville

Asheville recreation center renamed in honor of Montford midwife

Asheville recreation center renamed in honor of Montford midwife

  At its Oct. 24 meeting, Asheville City Council unanimously approved a resolution to rename the Montford Recreation Center to the Tempie Avery Montford Center. Tempie Avery worked as a nurse and midwife in both the black and white communities of Asheville’s Montford neighborhood, after her emancipation. A former slave of the Nicholas Woodfin family, she

Asheville awarded $4.6 million by TDA to complete the RADTIP Project

Asheville awarded $4.6 million by TDA to complete the RADTIP Project

Left to right are TPDF Committee Chair Robert Foster, Mayor Esther Manheimer, BCTDA Chair Jim Muth and Explore Asheville President & CEO Stephanie Brown.   The Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority (TDA) voted at its regular Oct. 25 board meeting  to increase its investment in the City of Asheville’s Riverfront Redevelopment Program. The board voted


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