Council Does 180 with 19(i)

Two weeks after rejecting a proposal for a 187-unit apartment building with an affordable housing component, Asheville City Council revoted and approved it.

Shaken Not Stirred

Cooper sanctions Russia, including ban on vodka made in that country.

Tuch Takes Top Job In Woodfin

A City of Asheville planner has been chosen as Woodfin’s Town Adminstrator. She starts this month.

Council Discusses Policing, Sanitation

Spurred by angry neighbors, Asheville’s Mayor Esther Manheimer opened an informal discussion with city council members about vagrancy, trash, obscene behavior, criminal activity, and more around the AHOPE Center.

Council Rejects Hilliard & Clingman Housing Project

Asheville City Council, for all its interest in creatively spending public dollars to create affordable housing, rejected a proposal that would have, without subsidy, rent-controlled nine affordable units for 20 years.

Edwards Campaign Drawing in Donors

Citizens filled Burntshirt Vineyards to hear State Sen. Chuck Edwards talk about pressing issues and his credentials.

Town’s Development-Friendly Reputation Over?

Woodfin’s reputation of being willing to accommodate developers might end with the introduction of new town commissioners.

Study Tries to Address Worker’s Salaries

A study into the pay of Town of Weaverville’s employees is meant to help the town stay competitive with other municipalities. 

Madison School Board Misbehaving, Says Candidate

Madison County School Board candidate Vickie Hollifield says the board is not following state law, and its own rules.

Who’s Behind Lawsuit Leading to Commissioner Dismissal?

Who was behind the lawsuit that led to the dismissal of a Woodfin commissioner from the board? The Tribune takes a closer look.