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City of Asheville helps coordinate growth through Infrastracture Task Force

City of Asheville helps coordinate growth through Infrastracture Task Force

Utility relocation that has been going on in Asheville’s River Arts District is being done in coordination with the City’s River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP).   When it comes to regional utility and communications firms, Asheville’s Public Works and Water Resources departments take a collaborative approach to the growth going in in Asheville.

Memorial Day Concert and Ceremony to be held in Pack Square Park

Memorial Day Concert and Ceremony to be held in Pack Square Park

The City of Asheville Mayor’s Committee for Veterans Affairs will host its annual Memorial Day Concert and Ceremony on the Roger McGuire Green stage of Pack Square Park starting at 2:30 p.m. May 29. The award-winning North Carolina Fort Bragg 82nd Airborne Band will perform before, after and during the ceremony. Asheville’s noted choral group The


City of Asheville to benefit French Broad River with $60,000 grant from Duke Energy

City of Asheville to benefit French Broad River with $60,000 grant from Duke Energy

Left to right are Garrett Artz, Executive Director of RiverLink, Stephanie Monson Dahl, Strategic Development Office Director for the City of Asheville, Peter Sprague, Asheville, Riverfront Commission member, Dawn Chavez, Executive Director of GreenWorks, and Mike Hughes, Duke Energy’s Vice President of Community Relations.     The City of Asheville received a $60,000 grant to

Asheville cuts water losses through targeted effort, with big results

Asheville cuts water losses through targeted effort, with big results

The City of Asheville’s Non-Revenue Water Program has helped reduce water loss due to line breaks by 2.5 million gallons per day. Asheville program becomes a model for other communities   For Asheville Water Resources, the challenges that come with an aging infrastructure, nearly 1,700 miles of transmission lines spread over mountainous terrain, and the


Dashboard designed to make Asheville’s proposed budget more accessible

Dashboard designed to make Asheville’s proposed budget more accessible

Municipal budgets can be tricky to follow. There are different types of costs — personnel, operations and capital. And there are many different types of revenues that help pay for those costs — property taxes, sales taxes, grants and fees to name a few. To make government budgets even harder to decipher, programs and departments


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