The Asheville Contemporary Dance Theatre prepares to greet live audiences again. Plus: Panelists will discuss Asheville’s historic Shiloh community; Hendersonville gives an up-close look at its vehicles; and the Sourwood Festival returns.
At the Shiloh Community Garden, generations gather to connect with one another and with the environment.
Asheville’s Planning and Zoning Commission met on July 20 to consider a Shiloh subdivision and a 103-room hotel proposed for 49 Tunnel Road. The Commission voted to recommend City Council approve both zoning requests.
“I would like to take this opportunity to ask you to correct one assertion and to make the case that the Appeldoorn development is a huge benefit for the area.”
At its Tuesday, Nov. 10 meeting, city council will hear public input on a proposed self-storage facility rejected by the city’s Planning & Zoning Commission. Council also will consider a request from the Eagle Market Place housing project to modify the terms of city loans to enable the project to obtain additional bank financing.
The Shiloh community celebrated their annual community garden potluck and summer celebration on Saturday, July 27. This year’s gathering was of particular significance to the community, as it marked the dedication of the garden’s new amphitheatre and outdoor kitchen.
Tupelo Honey Cafe is partnering with the Shiloh neighborhood to build an amphitheater and outdoor kitchen for the South Asheville community.
Concerns about infrastructure and receiving a fair share of city services took center stage at tonight’s Asheville City Council community meeting in Shiloh. Photo by Max Cooper.
Follow live Twitter coverage of tonight’s Asheville City Council community meeting, at the Shiloh Community Center beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Asheville City Council’s community meeting at the Shiloh Community Center is still on for 6:30 p.m. tonight. Council and city staff will review plans for the South Asheville area and take questions from the public.