Follow live Twitter coverage of the March 12 Asheville City Council meeting and pre-meeting budget session, beginning at 2 p.m.
Asheville City Council gets an earful tonight, in a meeting with no shortage of reports on the state of the city. Follow live Twitter coverage here.
Tonight’s packed Asheville City Council meeting agenda includes a decision about what happens to a dilapidated building in the River Arts District, the fate of food trucks in Biltmore village, the word on amending the outdoor speakers ban and much more. The meeting starts at 5 p.m. Follow along with live Twitter coverage in this post.
It’s going to be a busy night (and afternoon) at Asheville City Council, as it considers a long-awaited report on a possible merger of the city’s water system, board members for the Business Improvement District, and, of course, the “pub cycle.” Follow all the goings-on with our live Twitter coverage.
Follow live Twitter coverage of the Asheville City Council Nov. 13 meeting, including a vote on stricter noise rules, one-time bonuses for city employees, and an update on the possible water system merger.
For years, people living near the contaminated former CTS of Asheville site have asked to be placed on city water. Extremely high levels of trichloroethylene, a known carcinogen, have repeatedly been found in some Mills Gap residents’ wells. On Sept. 25, Asheville City Council unanimously approved extending water lines to all 129 households within a mile of the site.
Follow live Twitter coverage as Asheville City Council moves toward a decision on the fate of Haywood Street property across from the Basilica of St. Lawrence.
Follow live Twitter coverage of the Aug. 28 Asheville City Council meeting, including interviews with candidates for the Planning and Zoning Commission beforehand.
This post contains live updates from the meeting via Twitter, using the hashtag, #avlgov.
Follow live Twitter coverage of the June 26 Asheville City Council meeting, with topics ranging from the future of the Charlotte Street corridor to declaring Asheville Bee City, USA.
Follow live Twitter dispatches from tonight’s Asheville City Council meeting, with controversial topics like the Business Improvement District and the budget deadlock on the agenda.
Follow live Twitter coverage of tonight’s Asheville City Council community meeting, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The meeting focuses on the issues facing the central part of the city, including downtown.
The budget, missing evidence, and a digital billboard ban are all on Asheville City Council’s agenda tonight. Follow live Twitter dispatches here beginning at 5 p.m.
Follow live Twitter dispatches from tonight’s Asheville City Council meeting, covering issues ranging from the budget to skateboarding.
In a meeting that lasted less than an hour and attracted less than 15 people after the recognition portion of the meeting ended, Asheville City Council breezed through its agenda items this evening. Here are a few of the highlights from tonight’s meeting. Look for a full report from Xpress in the April 18 issue. (Photo by Max Cooper)
Live Twitter coverage of tonight’s Asheville City Council meeting and this afternoon’s work session.
Follow live Twitter coverage of tonight’s Asheville City Council meeting.
Tonight’s Asheville City Council meeting agenda doesn’t promise any particularly contentious public hearings, but a bevy of reports on the state of the city.
Follow live Twitter dispatches from the Feb. 28 Asheville City Council meeting, beginning at 5 p.m.
The Feb. 20 Mountain Voices Alliance water-system forum boasted 10 speakers, but most of the audience members seemed interested in just one: Buncombe County Rep. Tim Moffitt. These are some (but not all) of the highlights related to Moffitt’s comments and answers to questions directed at him during last night’s forum.
(Photo by Bill Rhodes) Representative Moffitt pauses to enjoy some bottled water when questions get hot.
Instead of candlelight dinners, the members of Asheville City Council (and any staff and members of the public who happen to be in attendance) at tonight’s meeting will spend a Valentine’s evening in City Hall. A resolution supporting the city’s control of the water system and ordinances ending the Occupy Asheville encampment top the agenda.