Asheville City Council federal funding priorities 2008

Each year, the City of Asheville sends its funding requests to Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. This document outlines the funding priorities for council that are held over from 2007, and adds a few new ones to the list. The items are sometimes contentious and, in this case, the transit item for replacing city buses awoke the debate on converting to hybrid vehicles.

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