Category: Government

Vote: Diane Caldwell for Hendersonville City Council

Your thoughts matter, and your vote counts! My Platform: Maintain authority over our Water and Sewer System Affordable housing (rental and ownership) Planning and Zoning Read more »

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An Anti-Poverty Program That Makes It Pay to Work

By Aditi Katti – The Earned Income Tax Credit may be the most popular bipartisan anti-poverty tool. So why won’t the feds expand it? Imagine Read more »

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Brenda Mills Named Asheville’s Neighborhood and Community Engagement Manager

Brenda Mills has been appointed Neighborhood and Community Engagement Manager for the City of Asheville. With decades of experience, knowledge, and enthusiasm, she is expected Read more »

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Fall and Politics Are in the Air

Legislative News by Nelda Holder – It’s Autumn. The leaves are falling. The sky is clearing. The air is chilling. And the voters are voting. Read more »

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Public Hearing Notice – October 17, 2017

This is to inform the public that a public hearing will be held on the proposed Buncombe County Community Transportation Program Application to be submitted Read more »

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Adams and Butterfield Support Impeachment of Donald Trump

By Cash Michaels – Now that Congress is back in session, there are plenty of issues that lawmakers must address, including writing a budget and Read more »

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How Can I Miss You When You Won’t Go Away

Legislative News by Nelda Holder – The legislative version of redux is trying the patience of any number of North Carolina citizens and Statehouse watchers, Read more »

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Asheville-Buncombe County NAACP News – September 2017

by Carmen Ramos-Kennedy – Plan to attend the 74th State Convention of the NAACP October 5-7, 2017 in Raleigh, NC. The theme for this year’s Read more »

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Redistricting Update

On July 27, a three-judge Federal panel held a hearing on the Covington case, which is about the 28 legislative districts that had been ruled racially Read more »

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ART Public Meeting October 7

In January 2018, ART will begin new service including 1 additional daily trip on Route 170, Sunday/Holiday Service on all routes, and 8 additional hours Read more »

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