Having recently done away with regular work sessions, Asheville City Council plans to hold a pre-meeting work session before its Jan. 27 formal session to discuss annexation and issues surrounding the water agreement.
Then, on with the regular agenda, where Council will discuss its state and federal legislative priorities, consider applying for a federally funded Neighborhood Stabilization grant and suggest to the U.S. Congress Council’s ideas for an economic-stimulus package.
Also incoming is a presentation on N.C. Department of Transportation funding pools such as the one used to pay for upgrades on a road through Mission Hospitals, and two city parks get some attention as well.
Asheville City Council meets on the second floor of City Hall, conducting a work session a 3 p.m. followed by a regular meeting a 5 p.m.
For the entire agenda, go here.
— Brian Postelle, staff writer