The Buncombe County Board of Commissioners sold a piece of parkland to developer Stewart Coleman; now they want it back. But they're asking the city of Asheville to make it happen. At their June 24 meeting, the commissioners unanimously approved a resolution encouraging the city to agree to a land swap so that Coleman's controversial Parkside condominium project would not intrude into the adjacent Pack Square Park.
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Child/Adolescent Mental Health positions in Jackson, Haywood, Macon & Swain Counties
Jackson County: Licensed/Provisional Therapists to provide Outpatient Services and Intensive In-Home Therapist to serve 2 counties. Haywood County: Intensive In-Home…
UPDATE FOR LARGE 4 HOUSEHOLD YARD SALE IN SWANNANOA, MAY 10 & 11
Our yard sale previously scheduled for MAY 10 & 11 has been moved to May 17 & 18 due to…
PT Regional Director-Junior Achievement
Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas is hiring a PT-Regional Director for their Asheville location. This position is responsible for the…
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