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Asheville neighborhoods invited to participate in ‘Plan on a Page’

Asheville neighborhoods invited to participate in ‘Plan on a Page’

For neighborhoods interested in participating in the City of Asheville’s upcoming Comprehensive Plan update we’re pleased to announce that there’s plenty of time. The contract for a consultant to guide the City through the process has not yet been awarded so neighborhoods have not missed out on any opportunities to participate in the process. Besides

Full video: Walk Into History — Asheville’s Urban Trail

Full video: Walk Into History — Asheville’s Urban Trail

Asheville’s Urban Trail, a linked collection of public art pieces, is now in its third decade as a cultural landmark. The trail grew from concept to completion thanks to the efforts of a small band of community-minded citizens, City officials, history enthusiasts, sculptors and artists.   A new documentary, created by Asheville filmmaker Erin Derham of The


No action planned by Asheville City Council on existing nondiscrimination ordinance

No action planned by Asheville City Council on existing nondiscrimination ordinance

Mayor Esther Manheimer speaking at the March 8, 2016, City Council meeting.   On March 8, the City of Asheville received many calls related to misinformation that City Council was voting on measures to address bathroom use as it relates to gender identity. While there was discussion at Tuesday’s Governance Committee and an update from



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