Tags:The Asheville Citizen-Times reports:
Tuesday’s city election could bring marked changes for residents, including a low-interest home weatherization loan program from the city and a referendum on taxpayer-backed bonds for sidewalk construction.
The proposals are expected to come to City Hall with newly elected city councilmen Marc Hunt and Chris Pelly.
Pelly, the primary backer of the weatherization loan and sidewalk bond referendum ideas, said he wouldn’t push the initiatives immediately but planned to address them, “ sooner rather than later.”
The council’s new makeup means the ideas have support from a majority of the seven-member body, who expressed interest late last week.Read the full article