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Prescribed burns coming to watershed to enhance and protect the resource, including water quality

Prescribed burns coming to watershed to enhance and protect the resource, including water quality

Polly McDaniel photo The controlled burns are designed to clear underbrush and deadwood to deter wildfires on the 20,000 acres of forested watershed that surround the North Fork and Bee Tree reservoirs.     Maintaining a pristine water source means more than managing the North Fork Reservoir itself. It extends to managing the 20,000 acres


Art Ecologie wins Visiting Artist selection

Art Ecologie wins Visiting Artist selection

  The City of Asheville is pleased to announce that Art Ecologie featuring: Monique Luck, Flavia Lovatelli and Francisco Gonzalez has been selected as the inaugural Visiting Artist.   Art Ecologie’s has proposed to transform the area with a multi-dimensional cube installation of metal/wood and bright imagery representing the past and the future, at the

Asheville Public Works crews prepare for wintry mix

Asheville Public Works crews prepare for wintry mix

  The National Weather Service has scaled back it’s snowcast to 1 inch possible in Asheville, with sleet and ice in the mix through Monday. Still, wintry weather seems likely to affect the Asheville area most of this weekend.   In anticipation of the snowy or frozen roads this weekend, Asheville Public Works crews will begin applying


City Council approves measure to control property tax collection costs

City Council approves measure to control property tax collection costs

Controlling costs is not only smart for your budget, it’s also a fiscally responsible practice when it comes to managing taxpayer dollars.   A new agreement between Asheville and Buncombe County authorized by Asheville City Council during its Jan. 8 meeting reorders a property tax collection agreement. This change will help the City better plan

Information regarding Item D on City Council’s Jan. 8 Consent Agenda

Information regarding Item D on City Council’s Jan. 8 Consent Agenda

    On February 14, 2017, City Council voted not to approve a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a proposed eight-story, 178,412-square-foot Embassy Suites at 192 Haywood Road, site of the former Buncombe County Sheriff’s Department. The developer, PHG Asheville LLC, sued the city, seeking to overturn the city’s denial of its CUP application. The


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