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Stormwater Services deploys new ‘Pipe Ranger’ for underground inspections

Stormwater Services deploys new ‘Pipe Ranger’ for underground inspections

The Cues Pipe Ranger can rove 25 feet into stormwater pipes to scope out conditions.   What’s all-wheel drive with two-speed transmission for rugged off-road torque? That would be Asheville Stormwater Service’s new Pipe Ranger, a camera on wheels now used to inspect underground storm pipes. The cam on wheels can pan, zoom and tilt,


Asheville parking fees to increase

Asheville parking fees to increase

Revenue earned will support aging Civic Center Parking Garage   Fumbling for quarters to feed that downtown parking meter? Starting April 1, you’ll need one more. No fooling. On-street parking in downtown Asheville will rise to $1.50 an hour, up from the current $1.25. Asheville City Council voted to approve the increase during its Feb.

Asheville City Council approves Pritchard Park improvement project

Asheville City Council approves Pritchard Park improvement project

At its Feb. 14 meeting, Asheville City Council approved a budget amendment, in the amount of $232,349, to establish a capital budget for the Pritchard Park improvements. This project can now go forward. The improvements to Pritchard Park are designed to contribute to a safe and inviting urban public space. Construction is expected to take

Neighborhood Profile – Park Avenue

Neighborhood Profile – Park Avenue

The Park Avenue development in South Asheville, off of Sweeten Creek Road between Ballentree and the Givens Estate, was started in 1984. Over a period of several years, 92 homes were constructed. The community is governed by the Covenants and Rules and Regulations of the Park Avenue Property Owners Association, Inc. (PAPOA) to insure that



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