The board passed a zoning ordinance that could allow more asphalt plants to be built in the area and voted to allocate over a million dollars to fund land conservation easements.
At its April 19 meeting, the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners will consider a zoning ordinance that could allow more asphalt plants to be built in the area.
The WNC Community Media Center will shut down operations April 30 unless additional funding is immediately forthcoming, according to a press release from the local private 501 (c)(3) Arts Service Organization, which manages URTV, the public access cable channel for Buncombe County and the City of Asheville.
At this evening’s Feb. 15 meeting, the members of the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to give themselves a pay cut.
Here’s a summary of this evening’s Jan. 4 meeting of the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners.
The Buncombe County Board of Commissioners met yesterday, Dec. 14, for a full day of brainstorming sessions on a wide variety of issues, including health care reform, a new marketing campaign, land-use regulations, a proposal to fund improvements at A-B Tech with a sales tax hike, and more. Here’s a few of the highlights.
At their Oct. 26 meeting, Buncombe County’s Board of Commissioners voted to allocate $1.2 million in state education-lottery funds to help pay teacher salaries. In other actions…
Buncombe County Board of Commissioners Oct. 5 meeting Public hearing on state community-assistance grant Oct. 30 named Kids Voting Day After years of controversy and delays, the Buncombe County commissioners unanimously approved tougher regulations governing steep-slope development at their Oct. 5 session. Supporters said the new zoning ordinances will help preserve mountain views and reduce […]
On Tuesday, Oct. 5, Buncombe County’s Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 to enact stricter steep-slope regulations for development. For details from Xpress reporter Jake Frankel’s live coverage via Twitter, read more.