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Interstate 40 was cleared, Asheville City Council retreated, the downtown Bank of America closed up, the role of religion was fiercely debated at the Buncombe County Board of Education, Shuler bowed out, the city looked at restricting newspaper boxes, Council headed to East Asheville, and a deal over the Occupy Asheville camp remained out of reach. Whew. It was a busy, busy news week in Asheville.
In the Asheville news this week, over 200 marched in downtown protesting corporate personhood, the Buncombe Commissioners passed new rules on light pollution, a challenger emerged in the Register of Deeds race, and a committee looking into the former CTS site's contamination convened in Raleigh. What's on your minds, readers? Photo by Bill Rhodes
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