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While Friday's part of Asheville City Council's annual retreat focused on broad policy matters, Saturday morning's session focused on perceptions (including "very bad" ones) and relationships (sometimes not very happy ones) with the legislature in Raleigh and the local public.
The local fight over the legislative push to forcibly transfer the city of Asheville's water system to the Metropolitan Sewerage District has helped spur a larger statewide reaction. Last week, the League of Municipalities adopted the defense of local utilities as one of its top priorities, and 40 cities and towns across North Carolina have passed resolutions against state government taking municipal infrastructure.
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