LIVE: Updates from the Aug. 6 meeting of the Buncombe Commissioners

Buncombe County Commissioners convene Aug. 6 to consider a variety of issues, including building a new school, creating a Buncombe County Culture and Recreation Authority, and establishing new zoning rules.

Starting at around 4:30, see updates from the meeting via Twitter below, using the hashtag, #avlgov

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2 thoughts on “LIVE: Updates from the Aug. 6 meeting of the Buncombe Commissioners

  1. Meiling Dai

    Kudos to the Buncombe County Commissioners for
    approving 7-0 new zoning for Asheville’s ETJ’s as
    proposed by County Planning and Development.
    State law SL2013-30 mandates that as of August 17th, all of the city’s ETJ’s be eliminated
    and rezoned by the Buncombe County. This has
    been a long time in coming – since 1977, the
    city claimed zoning jurisdiction over areas
    within 1 mile of the city. Democracy has
    returned! What right does a city have to zone and issue permits on land owned by non-city residents if they aren’t allowed to vote for council members?

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