LIVE: Twitter coverage of the July 24 Asheville City Council meeting

Follow live Twitter coverage of the July 24 Asheville City Council meeting, with a report on the evidence room audit, a vote on allowing skateboarding in downtown, and discussion of state water system legislation. The meeting begins at 5 p.m.


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3 thoughts on “LIVE: Twitter coverage of the July 24 Asheville City Council meeting

  1. Some folks wanted to convert two dilapidated old houses into apartments. Of course, they would provide affordable housing, and for extra points, it would be for veterans. Neighbors complained. They were the first neighborhood north of the central business district. Already, there was a synagogue, a couple engineering firms, and some apartment buildings in the hood. They complained about the pigeons and rats roosting in the property that had been abandoned for decades. They wanted single family housing, but the owners said they couldn

  2. bsummers

    Mr. Peck – are those in fact your tweets under “timothypeck” up there on the right side?

  3. bsummers

    “Mr. Peck – are those in fact your tweets under “timothypeck”?”

    We’ll take your silence as confirmation.

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