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Latest News

Asheville City Council approves budget with key investments in our community

  Coming out of a pandemic with limited resources, the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Budget approved by Asheville City Council June 22 still includes service improvements to our community, such as extended evening transit hours starting in October and expanded evening and weekend hours for youth at City Recreation Centers.   The budget, which goes into effect July 1, [...]

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Proposed Noise Ordinance revisions get closer to vote with an update to Asheville City Council 

    While the pandemic put a pause on the Noise Ordinance revisions it also allowed City staff to further engage Asheville’s music community and downtown residents and be part of the City’s Reimagining Public Safety conversation.   And because this initiative began under a previous City Council, Development Services Director Ben Woody gave an update to the current [...]

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Asheville Water Resources undertakes multi-year process to identify and eliminate any source of lead from system

    In March, the Environmental Protection Agency revised its Lead and Copper Rule that strengthens regulations for eliminating lead from drinking water. The new requirements mandates, among other things, that water utilities nationwide increase tap water testing, and that they create a service line inventory to check for the presence of lead pipes in water systems, [...]

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MEETING CANCELED – Housing Authority
June 23 @ 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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