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Asheville joins hundreds of mayors in opposing Clean Power Plan repeal

Asheville joins hundreds of mayors in opposing Clean Power Plan repeal

  This week, Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer joined more than 200 mayors from across the United States to express her support for the Clean Power Plan (CPP) — an essential public health protection and climate change solution that sets the first-ever federal limits on carbon pollution from power plants and helps cities transition to a clean

Asheville parking garages now feature electric vehicle charging stations

Asheville parking garages now feature electric vehicle charging stations

John Himmelheber of West Asheville charges his Ford C-Max enregi hybrid at the top of the Wall Street Parking Garage. He said he is pleased to learn of its installation.     Need a jolt? If you park your electric vehicle at one of three City of Asheville parking garages you can charge your car while you

City of Asheville fixing winter-generated potholes; how to report one too!

City of Asheville fixing winter-generated potholes; how to report one too!

Asheville Public Works Supervisor Dennis Brank (operating the backhoe) rakes fresh asphalt into a pothole while crew member Mark Allen levels the material during a recent break in the winter weather. Klunk-klunk! The harsh winter weather has taken a toll on City of Asheville streets, producing a fresh crop of potholes. You may have encountered a few on


Find more local information with launch of SimpliCity 2.0

Find more local information with launch of SimpliCity 2.0

What do you want to know, Asheville? From neighborhood information to the City budget, mine data on an updated version of the City’s searchable tool, SimpliCity.   First launched in 2015, this award-winning online tool provides useful information on city development, tax values, even trash and recycling pickup schedules.   What’s new with SimpliCity 2.0? Now

Nominate someone for Asheville Neighborhood Volunteer of the Year

Nominate someone for Asheville Neighborhood Volunteer of the Year

You know that person who always organizes neighborhood meetings, work days or holiday get togethers? How about getting her or him a little recognition?   For its second year, Neighborhood Advisory Committee is seeking nominations for an Asheville Neighborhood Volunteer of the Year Award.   The committee seeks to recognize and honor a city resident


Asheville Code Purple extended into February

Asheville Code Purple extended into February

    With overnight temperatures persisting in the 20s and teens this week, the Homeless Coalition has extended its Code Purple for Asheville and Buncombe County nightly Feb. 1-4. Here is a look at the Asheville weather forecast.   Please encourage people to seek safe shelter from the cold. The CODE PURPLE effort stems from the collaborative work of

City of Asheville seeks members for Audit Committee

City of Asheville seeks members for Audit Committee

The City of Asheville is seeking qualified applicants for its newly formed ​Audit​ ​Committee. This Audit​ ​Committee is charged ​with​ ​the​ ​following​ ​responsibilities: Review internal audit reports; Review with management and the external auditors the results of the financial statements audit; Report to City Council about committee activities, issues, and related recommendations as needed, but


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