Asheville City Council will hold special May 7 meeting to authorize water system lawsuit

From the city of Asheville:

The Asheville City Council will be holding a special meeting on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at 5:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber, located on the 2nd Floor of City Hall. The purpose of this special meeting will be to consider authorizing legal action regarding NC House Bill 488, and other matters relating to the City’s water system and the effects of House Bill 488. At the meeting, it is anticipated that Council will into closed session, for the purpose of consulting with an attorney employed by the City about matters with respect to which the attorney–client privilege between the City and its attorney must be preserved, including potential litigation. The statutory authorization for the closed session is contained in N.C.G.S. 143-318.11(a)(3).


0 thoughts on “Asheville City Council will hold special May 7 meeting to authorize water system lawsuit

  1. Dionysis

    Yes, fight this with all the energy you can muster. Anything less is capitulation.

  2. WitchDoctor

    It would be horribly irresponsible for the Asheville City Council to not resist this by every means available.

  3. Unaffiliated Voter

    where’s the love and sharing from the ‘ALL ONE’ crowd ? Hmm???

    Have ANY of you asked City Council why they REFUSED to negotiate NOR accept the $57 MILLION offer from MSD ??? that’s $57 MILLION city missed out on.

    democrat ‘leadership’ is an oxymoron.

  4. boatrocker

    Please be sure to mention as many double entendre poopy/doo-doo references at said City Council meeting for a small mistake made by a contractor with the French Broad River.

    For style points, Hercules’ 7th labor was cleaning out the Augean stables.

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