Asheville City Council has a busy agenda for its Nov. 9 meeting, including a bevy of zoning decisions, updates on everything from the city's carbon to economic stimulus spending, development policies, and considering (for the third time) new rules on cellphone towers. For live updates, follow Senior News Reporter David Forbes (@DavidForbes) via Twitter (#avlgov).
One might be forgiven for feeling like they've been here before when looking at the agenda for Asheville City Council's Oct. 26 meeting. The major items — new rules for cellphone towers, an annexation, incentives for Montford Commons and incentives for sustainable and affordable housing — have all been before Council during the last few months.
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