The Town Council of Weaverville says if developers want water for a project, they should submit an application for annexation first.
It was a short meeting for members of the Weaverville Town Council after two agenda items dealing with the low-income development along Monticello Road were removed from the agenda.
Among other matters discussed at the Weaverville Town Council in August were traffic calming measures for the Lake Louise area. Read that and more actions in this article.
A low-income apartment project who wants the Town of Weaverville to supply water to the project located outside the town limits was presented to the town council at their August meeting.
Among their agenda items at their July meeting, Weaverville Town Council looked to simplify their outdoor lighting policy and reduce noise.
The Weaverville Town Council heard an offer for a piece of property from the town.
The annexation of 25 acres with a 202-unit development planned, and more consisted of Weaverville Council's July agenda.
Tweaks to the 2022-2023 budget before the June monthly meeting of the Weaverville Town Council also gave council a chance to do other business.
A study into the pay of Town of Weaverville’s employees is meant to help the town stay competitive with other municipalities.
I first told the Weaverville Town Council, and then the Woodfin Town Commissioners, in commentaries last year that I’m not a fan of appointing people to the boards close to an election. Weaverville has gotten away with it twice, once with Jeff McKenna and then with John Chase. Woodfin Dilemma And now, Woodfin’s appointment has […]