BC NEWS LIST
Make sure you thaw and cook that turkey right!
When an identity thief gains access to a bank account via a debit card number, they will often test whether or not the account is active by making a small purchase that may go unnoticed by the valid account holder.
Would you like to make your own holiday gifts or decorations but are tired of paying a lot of money for supplies at the craft store?
Your child can receive a letter from Santa! It's easy and fun!
Come with us to Charlotte for another fun trip to see the Bobcats!
Make sure your pet is up to date on its shots! Don't miss out on these low-cost shot clinics. Rabies shots are just $7!
Calling all poets, singers, drummers, actors, ukulele players, guitarists, comedians, and lovers of the limelight in general!
Please consider giving a home to one of these wonderful pets! The shelter is okay, but I would love to have a home of my own!
Congratulations to Charlene Bedford for her All Day Apple Butter recipe!
Did You Know?
U.S. Census is Coming
2010 is the year of the census. Filling out the Census should be really easy this year – it has been shortened to ten questions that should take about ten minutes. The timeline for the census is as follows:
BlackBerry PhoneSnoop Application Used to Spy on Users
United State Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) is aware of public reports of a new software application called PhoneSnoop. This software allows an attacker to call a user's BlackBerry and listen to personal conversations. In order to install and setup the PhoneSnoop application, attackers must have physical access to the user's device or convince a user to install PhoneSnoop.
Linking Lands Open House Event
Land of Sky Regional Council (LOSRC) is working with individuals, local governments, and organizations across a four county region to develop a strategic regional plan for conservation and development.
Through the efforts of more than 45 partners from around the region, the LOSRC is now ready to finalize the ecological assessments and informational maps by bringing them to local leaders and the public for extensive review and comment.
Commissioners to Meet November 17
The Commissioners will have a regular meeting on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 in the Commissioners Commission Chambers, 30 Valley Street in downtown Asheville. The meeting will begin at 4:30 p.m., with general public comment at the end of the meeting during the designated public comment period.
For more information, contact the Clerk to the Board at 250-4105 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.