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New parking decks, affordable housing, a renovation to the Asheville Art Museum, and pedestrian improvements. All these and more are the goals of an $11.6 million fund the city of Asheville's government wants to set up in an attempt to spur economic development. With planned savings from state legislation looking increasingly unlikely, the city may use a tax increase to make the projects a reality.
Asheville City Manager Gary Jackson has undertaken a major staff reorganization: Three senior staff members will oversee "functional groupings" that put multiple, related departments under one umbrella, and a new "general services" department will oversee building and vehicle maintenance. Jackson claims the changes will make for better coordination and efficiency,
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Superfund Site Technical Advisor
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Outward Bound Admissions Advisor
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