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April 23, 2015, No comments

At the meeting of Asheville City Council’s Housing and Community Development Committee, city staff asserted that even under the most optimistic scenario, current policies could hope to address only half the need for new affordable housing projected by a recent study.

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Raleigh Report: McCrory continues push for road, infrastructure bond vote this fall

April 20, 2015, No comments

The governor is stepping up his effort to get the North Carolina legislature to put the Connect NC program -- aimed at boosting road and infrastructur ...

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Asheville police records show steady decline, ongoing racial disparities in misconduct complaints

April 20, 2015, No comments

Newly obtained records from the Asheville Police Department show that complaints of misconduct by APD officers have steadily declined since 2008. They ...


Forest Lookouts: The inextricable — but controversial — ties among WNC economies and the national forests

April 17, 2015, No comments

The remanagement of Pisgah and Nantahala national forests will have decades-long environmental impact on North Carolina's largest block of public land ...