BC NEWS LIST
During the first week of February, notices of property value will be mailed to every property owner in Buncombe County. The new values have been developed during the recent revaluation of property in Buncombe County. New values will increase on average 50 percent.
Don't have time to read the latest novel? Now you can listen to it in your car for free! If you have a library card, you can checkout and download popular and award winning audio books & eBooks from the comfort of your home. Your library NEVER closes.
Join your neighbors and let your voice be heard at the community meeting in your area.
Sound like something you’d like to do? Does it seem too hard? Don't have time? We're about to make it easier for you.
It is that time of year again. In Buncombe we usually get our biggest snows in January, February and March. Don't wait until snow is predicted -- get ready now.
Join us for a celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Congratulations to Tedi Patterson for the picture of her kitten, Belle.
Congratulations to Betty Israel for her Meat and Taters Casserole recipe.
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Kids can play with clay!
Wednesday, January 18 -- 3:30-5pm
Kids will have the opportunity to make items from clay. A snack will be provided. Please register by calling the library at 686-5516 so we can make sure we have enough supplies for everyone.
Pack Square construction focuses on parking lot.
The Conservancy’s construction crew is braving the cold and continuing work on the parking lot in front of City Hall and the Courthouse - the completion date for the lot is now set for January 20.
In late January, the crew will move up the hill a bit and begin demolition of the site between the new parking lot and the west side of Spruce Street.
County offices to close for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
All Buncombe County Government Offices will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day:
More info on Medicare Part D.
The Council on Aging will be offering another opportunity for citizens to get information on Medicare Part D.
The sessions will be held in the first floor conference room of the Department of Social Services, 40 Coxe Avenue in downtown Asheville. For more information and to register call 250-5898.
Community Goal Setting Forum -- January 12
The Asheville City Council will host a community goal setting forum on January 12 at 6 p.m. in the Randolph Learning Center at 90 Montford Avenue.
Citizens will be asked to talk about their vision for Asheville's future, the community's needs and what issues are most important to them. The report will be available at www.ashevillenc.gov once it is complete.
The meeting is open to the public and parking is available at the school. For more information, contact Lauren Bradley at 259-5484 or email@example.com.