Category: Government

Innovation District Meeting

The City of Asheville is exploring urban area revitalization for the Charlotte Street Corridor, the River Arts District, and the South Slope. Projects include street Read more »

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Voters to Decide Jury Trial Provisions via 2014 Ballot

by Nelda Holder A rather obscure item is likely to confound many voters when they find it on North Carolina’s 2014 general election ballot. It Read more »

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Asheville Police Chief Anderson Speaks About Ferguson, MO Concerns

Events in Ferguson, Missouri, have sparked a national conversation about police procedures, equipment and response to citizens demonstrating in the face of tragedy.

 Given these Read more »

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Mayor Manheimer’s State of the City Address

Mayor Esther Manheimer offers her first State of the City address Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at noon in the U.S. Cellular Center Banquet Hall. Mayor Read more »

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Early Voting Days Restored in Ohio, But Not in NC

A federal judge ruled September 4 that cuts to early voting in Ohio must be restored in time for the November election. The American Civil Read more »

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Register to Vote!

The deadline to register to vote in North Carolina in the 2014 general election is Friday, October 10, 2014. To register, you have to fill Read more »

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Voter ID Law

Raleigh, NC – Following the ruling from U.S. District Court Judge Thomas D. Schroeder today that allowed North Carolina’s Voter ID law to go forward Read more »

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Support the Federal Clean Power Plan

On June 2, President Obama and the EPA announced the first-ever carbon pollution limits on all existing power plants. It’s the most important climate action Read more »

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The White House Summit on Working Families

Fighting for working families; strengthening our economy. Building on actions he already has taken to help create real, lasting economic security for working families, President Obama recently Read more »

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Expanding Workplace Flexibility and Empowering Workers

President Barack Obama is expected to use his executive authority soon to expand workplace flexibility. He plans to issue a Presidential Memorandum “directing federal agencies Read more »

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