“As a longtime downtown resident, I must leave my home and impose on friends each time this venue has a concert because of the noise in my home.”
“In considering the costs of homebuilding, environmental concerns must go beyond the conventional ‘green’ issues of energy efficiency and ethics of material sources.”
“As with water and air pollution, noise pollution is a recognized public health issue that contributes to increased risk of diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, sleep disturbance, depression, stress and hearing loss.”
“Asheville deserves a noise ordinance based on proven science that will create a safer, healthier, more sustainable, more socially just and more livable Asheville for everyone.”
“Sleepy Gap can be renamed ‘Wake & Quake’ Gap because we have new neighbors. and they can afford to violently rearrange the cliffs of Walnut Cove for a house with a view.”
Coalition of Asheville Neighborhoods’ Chair Amy Kemp shares her perspective on issues that had the greatest impact on the city’s neighborhoods in 2018.
“I’m no marketing expert, but I think it’s best if your advertising doesn’t annoy the public.”
“It is too much: five years of this for nonwoven fabric for baby wipes.”