The Town of Woodfin made it easier to report code infractions and apply for permits with new tools online.
JoAnn Cahill is now able to develop her 50 acres into a vacation rental complex with cabins not to exceed 1,200 square feet.
Dwight Chandler believes that if it hadn’t been for the “good Lord” and a good samaritan, he wouldn’t be here now.
A City of Asheville planner has been chosen as Woodfin’s Town Adminstrator. She starts this month.
Covering the City of Asheville’s Civil Service Grievance Board hearing last week on the dismissal of five employees over the city’s COVID-19 policy, I was reminded of a series of Holiday Inn Express commercials.
A 10 year old project started by the Weaverville Public Works Department has come to the end with the replacement of all its manual read water meters with radio read meters saving the town time and money.
In more than seven hours of testimony, during a grievance hearing, former employees of the city of Asheville were not allowed to present witnesses.
Woodfin’s reputation of being willing to accommodate developers might end with the introduction of new town commissioners.
A two-day trial ends with the conviction of a special needs teacher found guilty of assaulting one of her students,
A study into the pay of Town of Weaverville’s employees is meant to help the town stay competitive with other municipalities.