Neighborhood Advisory Committee will hold Central Asheville community meeting March 24

From the city of Asheville:

ASHEVILLE – The Neighborhood Advisory Committee of the City of Asheville invites residents and business owners of Central Asheville to a neighborhood meeting Monday, March 24 starting at 7:00 to 7:30 p.m. at the Public Works Building, 161 South Charlotte Street.

Please join us for this opportunity to hear about projects and services in Central Asheville and to express your ideas for improving your neighborhood. The meeting will provide a public forum for representatives from neighborhood associations to share information about their neighborhood and the work of their association. Planning and Development Department Director Judy Daniel will give updates on central area projects. Asheville Police and Fire Department representatives will be available to answer questions and share information about public safety issues for the Central District.

The Neighborhood Advisory Committee’s mission is to foster effective communication between and among Asheville’s neighborhoods and with the City of Asheville.

To learn more about the Neighborhood Advisory Committee of the City of Asheville, please visit our page on the City of Asheville website:

For more information about the Neighborhood Advisory Committee or the September 23 meeting, contact Central Asheville representative Joe Fiocolla at 253-6842.


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