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City of Asheville Board & Commission vacancies: Board of Adjustment (Alternates) Community Relations Council Homeless Initiative Advisory Committee The deadline for applications is March 5 at 5 p.m. For more information call the City Clerk at 259-5601.

APD Explorer Post competes in Winterfest

ASHEVILLE – On February 4th and 5th, young adults with the Asheville Police Departments Explorer Post traveled to Gatlinburg, TN; to compete in the Winterfest Competition held by the Boy Scouts of America.  The event had over 3,200 hundred participants this year and is an annual event that hosts approx. 80 different Explorer Programs from

City collects 327 tons of leaves

The City of Asheville has completed its 2011-2012 loose leaf collection efforts. This season 327 tons of loose leaves – more than 654,000 pounds, or the equivalent weight of 59 African elephants – were collected from city neighborhoods.  Although the city continues to pick up bagged leaves and brush twice a month throughout the year,


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The City of Asheville is seeking applicants for positions on the following Boards and Commissions. ABC Board Board of Adjustment Community Relations Council Downtown Commission Historic Resources Commission Homeless Initiative Advisory Committee HUB Community Economic Development Alliance Riverfront Redevelopment Commission The deadline for submitting applications is February 8, 2012 at 5 p.m. For additional information or

Fire extinguisher training caps 'Fire Safety Month'

ASHEVILLE – In recognition of Fire Safety Month and fire dangers associated with the fall and winter seasons – wood burning stoves, Christmas trees, etc. – the City of Asheville’s Risk Management Division and the Asheville Fire Department this week hosted portable fire extinguisher training for staff. The training focused on the general principles of

Residents urged to be 'bear smart'

ASHEVILLE – Black bears are an important part of North Carolina’s fauna. However, as people move into bear country in increasing numbers, it is ultimately human attitudes toward bears that will determine whether bears will continue to exist in our state. Unfortunately, bears are viewed either as dangerous animals or cuddly pets.  Wildlife experts urge


New community center honors pastor’s legacy

ASHEVILLE – In an atmosphere of cheers, love and celebration, the City of Asheville on Thursday night dedicated its newest community recreation space, The Dr. Wesley Grant Sr. Southside Center, in recognition of a great local leader and an historic cultural neighborhood. The center was standing-room only as city leaders, community partners and many members

APD promotes newest sergeant

ASHEVILLE – The Asheville Police Department on Friday celebrated the promotion of Scott C. Pruett to the rank of sergeant. Pruett has served at APD since 1992. He had previously been a member of the high-profile Traffic Safety Unit, where he eventually led as acting sergeant for several months before assuming acting supervisor duties in


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