Asheville City Council member Kelly Miller announced today that he’s withdrawing from the November election, saying that he’s doing so to care for his wife, who has recently been diagnosed with cancer.
Council bans all unattended tethering of dogs within the city, approves buffer between family-care homes, while GPI donates funds for fireworks again.
A dog tether ban reappears and the city considers regulating signs on vehicles.
Council confirms its direction for the W.C. Reid Center
Can Asheville give preference on stimulus projects to local contractors?
Just in time for the upcoming municipal elections, Council approves four new early-voting sites.
Early voting and hazardous waste transportation stand out in this week’s agenda.
Less than three months after announcing she would not run for reelection, incumbent Robin Cape announced today that she will make a bid as a write-in candidate for Asheville City Council.
In a 4-3 vote, Council declined to pass a proposed 100-foot zone around Pack Square Park that would force Council approval of new construction there.
If you are a smoker, a vandal or just a nuisance, you will be a topic of Tuesday’s Council meeting.
A letter from the Van Winkle law firm asks the Boards and Commissions Committee for facts to back up allegations by critics.
A letter to URTV heads outlines problems, hints that funding may be on the line
A roof for the Civic Center? A city-wide composting effort? These questions and more inside.
Whether you’re a an Asheville developer, a homeowner using water or dead and ready to be buried in Riverside Cemetery, the cost of living (and dying) in Asheville is going up.
Whether you’re a an Asheville developer, a homeowner using water or dead and looking to be buried in Riverside Cemetery, the cost of living in Asheville is going up. Wednesday, July 1, starts the new fiscal year for local government. After facing an initial budget shortfall of more than $5 million, Asheville City Council put […]
In a sit-down with Buncombe County Commissioners and Asheville City Council members on Friday, Sen. Kay Hagan endorsed public health care.
Council adopts sustainability plan, delays both URTV appointment and 51 Biltmore purchase.
The city of Asheville announced today that the senator will meet with Asheville and Buncombe leaders Friday afternoon.
It’s finally time to vote on the budget, the 51 Biltmore project may be delayed, and the Energy Loop is back.
APD lawsuit settled Council urges restraint in cutting state education budget Public on budget: No comment Raising Asheville’s residential recycling charge might help plug the city’s budgetary hole in the short term, but some Council members say it’s a step in the wrong direction if the goal is to reduce how much trash ends up […]
Council still not ready for tethering ban Mumpower pitches his own solution to water stalemate Going into the Asheville City Council’s May 26 meeting, the big question was what sort of reception Council would give the long-awaited Downtown Master Plan. The team from consulting firm Goody Clancy had presented its work to Council members on […]