AVL Business Owners Seeking City Clean Up - TribPapers

AVL Business Owners Seeking City Clean Up

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The AVL Business Owners group continues to support Asheville Small businesses in wanting to “clean up” Asheville. Their efforts are to help make Asheville the sort of city we all want to live in, have our businesses thrive in, and raise our families in. The management of the parks have been addressed, as well as other issues regarding safety and vagrancy. 

The group and its supporters are urging the public to register for, and attend the next City Manager’s Development Forum on November 19th, Friday, from 12 noon to 1:00 pm. 

Whether you are a tax paying citizen of Asheville city or of Buncombe County, let your voice be heard if you care about our city and its future. 

Please take a moment to register for the City Manager’s Development Forum on 11/19. 

Contact Angela Driver (see contact information below) and ask for the Google Form necessary to RSVP for the virtual event.

You’ll receive a link to the Public Input page after you RSVP, where you can watch the livestream and comment.

One of the issues the group hopes to address during this Development Forum is: 

“What is being done to address vagrancy and the safety and cleanliness issues it raises?”

This is the first time the Forum is to be held since the beginning of the pandemic, and there will be a good deal of new information to share related to development in Asheville. 

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this is planned as a virtual event. It will be broadcast live via PublicInput.

For those of you who may not be aware, the City Manager’s Development Forum typically takes place twice a year in May and November. It provides members of the development and real estate communities, design professionals, contractors, and citizens an opportunity to learn about current development trends, regulatory updates, and management initiatives within the City of Asheville. It’s also a great opportunity to connect with others in the field. It is completely free and open to the public.

To contact Angelica Driver, Administrative Assistant and Special Support to the Business Inclusion Office, City of Asheville, Community and Economic Development. Phone 828-232-4505. Email adriver@ashevillenc.gov

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