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Asheville greenway committee seeks new members

Asheville greenway committee seeks new members

The City of Asheville Greenway Committee is seeking two new members to begin serving in the fall of 2015. The mission of the City of Asheville’s Greenway Committee is to advise the Multimodal Transportation Commission and City staff on implementation of a system of greenways within Asheville by integrating City and County Parks and Transportation

Grilling on Greenways held in Carrier Park

Grilling on Greenways held in Carrier Park

The City of Asheville’s Riverfront Redevelopment Office invites everyone to attend the informational public meeting, “Grilling on Greenways” 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 27 at the Carrier Park Pavilion, 220 Amboy Road. Grilling on Greenways will showcase the five greenway projects that are currently being designed and prepared for construction: The Clingman Forest Greenway,


Council votes to change regulations for accessory dwelling units (ADUs)

Council votes to change regulations for accessory dwelling units (ADUs)

You might call them backyard cottages. The official name is “accessory dwelling units: ADUs.” They are nothing new; you will find existing units dotted around town, sometimes as garage apartments. But ADUs are not as prevalent as you might expect in a city facing a housing shortfall. A few years ago the city’s Affordable Housing

City of Asheville to kick off River Arts District form-based code process

City of Asheville to kick off River Arts District form-based code process

The City of Asheville will kick off the form-based code process for the River Arts District with a community meeting at 6 p.m. June 17 at the Grant Southside Center, 285 Livingston Street. Since the adoption of its 2025 Comprehensive Plan, the City of Asheville has recognized a need to grow more efficiently and sustainably.


Explore the City of Asheville budget with collaborative online tool

Explore the City of Asheville budget with collaborative online tool

You can boil down the City of Asheville’s proposed 2015-2016 Annual Operating Budget a number of ways. With an interactive tool by DemocracyApps in collaboration with Code for Asheville you can sort through the City’s proposed expenditures and expenses in an easy-to-understand format. For the second year, the volunteer group Code for Asheville partnered with


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