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Lee Walker Heights
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August 28, 2014, No comments

Leaders of the largest public housing authority in Western North Carolina are moving forward with an ambitious upgrade of Lee Walker Heights, the city’s oldest public housing development, and the city of Asheville plans to play a major role too.

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AdvantageWest CEO to head Appalachian Regional Commission

July 31, 2014, Comments Off

The president and CEO of AdvantageWest Economic Development Group, Scott T. Hamilton, has been appointed executive director of the Appalachian Regiona ...

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Asheville public housing overhaul gets approval, despite confusion and questions

July 24, 2014, Comments Off

The governing board of the Housing Authority of the City of Asheville approves a controversial management switch, despite a statement that it wasn't v ...

The board of the Housing Authority of the City of Asheville, shown here in June, recently agreed to XXX. Matt Rose/Carolina Public Press

Asheville housing authority to meet with residents about overhaul concerns

July 8, 2014, Comments Off

At a June 25 meeting, after a debate about transparency concerns, the Asheville housing agency's board voted to continue toward converting to a new fe ...

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    WNC’s public housing faces tightening budgets, rising demand
    June 25, 2014, Comments Off

    Housing authorities and nonprofits managing public housing across Western North Carolina report facing increasing financial pressures due to federal, state and local budget cuts. Combined with an economy leaving more residents demanding the ...

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    Inside WNC: Madison County
    April 15, 2014, Comments Off

    Your guide, including direct links and sources, to Madison County’s elected officials, key agencies and departments, plus information on Marshall's officials and the county’s wages, housing, education and more.

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    Inside WNC: Henderson County
    April 9, 2014, Comments Off

    This is your guide, including direct links, to Hendersonville and Henderson County's elected officials, key agencies and departments, plus information on the county’s wages, housing, education and more.