After sharing 42 slides worth of charts, data and graphs, an independent economic consultant speaking to local doctors, health advocates, politicians and board members at the Feb. 22 meeting of the Buncombe County Department of Health and Human Services made a conclusion: Though the recession started five years ago, the numbers show that Buncombe County still has "a ways to go." Highlights of the presentation, along with the full presentation, can be found in this post. (Slide image courtesy of SYNEVA Economics)
Asheville City Council began its annual planning process Friday afternoon with a stark assessment from the city's top management: The recession has exposed "structural weaknesses in the city's financial foundation" that will require a long-term City Council strategy to repair.
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