On Tuesday, Aug. 28, Asheville City Council continued their regular meeting until today, Aug. 30, to consider a possible change in the wording of the November water referendum. However, after a closed session briefing from legal staff, Council opted to leave the referendum the way it is.
At a worksession this afternoon, July 30, Asheville City Council directed staff to craft a referendum for November's ballot asking voters to weigh in on a possible transfer of the Asheville water system to the Metropolitan Sewerage District. The city is also communicating with MSD, studying the financial impacts of a merger and trying to arrange a meeting with local legislators. (photo by Max Cooper)
- View All Articles
Click an article from the list, and it will appear here!
Clay Classes At Odyssey ClayWorks
“Spring clay classes begin March 24th. Sgraffito And The Thrown Form, Hand Built Pottery For Daily Use, Beginner Wheel, Creative…
Science Teacher Wanted
Science Teacher Wanted The Academy at Trails Carolina, an experiential and adventure based therapeutic boarding school for boys grades 9-12…
Seasonal Course Advisor - North Carolina Outward Bound
North Carolina Outward Bound School is seeking a Seasonal Course Advisor to communicate our course options to potential students via…
1 Bdrm Condo West Asheville $650
Minutes to Downtown in West Asheville. Safe Clean and Quiet, Canterbury Heights Apartment complex. Completely renovated, this large unit offers…
Office space for rent
Downtown office space in historic building at 1 Rankin Ave. 2000 sf upfitted. Two bathrooms, kitchen. Elevator. Original oak finishes,…