Meet Asheville City Council candidates at Feb. 20 event

Press release from Asheville Downtown Association:

The Asheville Downtown Association in partnership with Dewey Property Advisors would like to invite you to Candidate Cafe: A Night with City Council Candidates in Downtown Asheville, next Tuesday, February 20 from 5:30-7pm at Citizen Vinyl.

The following candidates have confirmed their attendance at the event:

CJ Domingo
Kevan Frazier
Bo Hess
Tod Leaven
Councilwoman Kim Roney
Councilwoman Sage Turner

Matt Peiken of the Overlook Podcast will join us as the emcee for the evening, inviting candidates to introduce themselves and briefly describe their vision for the future of Downtown Asheville. Then, you’ll have the opportunity to mix and mingle with the candidates.

We’d love to see a great representation of our Downtown community at this event, so we encourage you to register here, and share with your networks!

We hope you’ll join us and look forward to thoughtful discussion around the future of Downtown Asheville.

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One thought on “Meet Asheville City Council candidates at Feb. 20 event

  1. Enlightened Enigma

    hmm, but no public questions and answers ? the existing two council members don’t need to be heard imho…

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