Month: January 2019

Trent Duncan Completes LGFCU Fellows Leading for Results Course

PRESS RELEASE:

CHAPEL HILL, NC – On December 7, 2018, Trent Duncan, Water Resources Superintendent, Town of Weaverville, successfully completed the Leading for Results program at the UNC School of Government as a Local Government Federal Credit Union (LGFCU) Fellow. Trent was among 40 individuals from across North Carolina identified as emerging leaders in local government and was selected in a competitive process from among 140 applicants to the program.

Trent Duncan
Trent Duncan

The Leading for Results program focuses on organizational leadership. Participants were introduced to models of leadership as well as management and leadership tools and strategies. LGFCU Fellows had the opportunity to gain insight into their individual leadership styles and strengths and practice ways to increase their effectiveness within their organizations.

NOTICE OF OFFER TO PURCHASE TOWN PROPERTY AND UPSET BID PERIOD PURSUANT TO NCGS 160A-269

NOTICE OF OFFER TO PURCHASE TOWN PROPERTY AND

UPSET BID PERIOD PURSUANT TO NCGS 160A-269

 

The Town of Weaverville has received an offer concerning the sale of property owned by the Town of Weaverville in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and more particularly described as follows:

 

Street Address: 13 Central Avenue, Weaverville, NC, 28787

Parcel Identification Number: 9742-27-8468

Deed Reference:  Book 1054 at Page 316

Conditions:  To be sold “as is”

 

The offer that has been received is for $345,000. The offer includes a loan contingency and a 60-day due diligence period with closing to occur within 75 days from acceptance of the offer. Persons wishing to upset this offer must submit their offer in a sealed envelope marked “upset bid” to the Weaverville Town Clerk at 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC, 28787, by 5 pm on February 4, 2019. At that time the Town Clerk will open the bids, if any, and the highest qualifying bid will become the new offer. If there is more than one bid in the highest amount, the first such bid received will become the new offer.

A qualifying higher bid is one that raises the existing offer to an amount not less than $362,200. A qualifying higher bid must be accompanied by a bid deposit in the amount of 5% of the bid and must be submitted in cash, cashier’s check or certified check payable to the Town of Weaverville. The Town will return the deposit on any bid not accepted, and the deposit on an offer subject to upset if a qualifying higher bid is received. The Town will return the deposit of the final high bidder at closing.

The Weaverville Town Council must approve the final high offer before the sale is closed. The Town reserves the right to withdraw the property from sale at any time before the final high bid is accepted and the right to reject, at any time, all bids.

Further information may be obtained at during normal business hours at Weaverville Town Hall, 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC, 28787, or by phone at 828-645-7116.

 

Derek Huninghake

Weaverville Town Clerk

 

Posting Date: January 23, 2019

Publication Date: January 25, 2019

NOTICE OF OFFER TO PURCHASE TOWN PROPERTY AND UPSET BID PERIOD PURSUANT TO NCGS 160A-269

NOTICE OF OFFER TO PURCHASE TOWN PROPERTY AND

UPSET BID PERIOD PURSUANT TO NCGS 160A-269

The Town of Weaverville has received an offer concerning the sale of property owned by the Town of Weaverville in Buncombe County, North Carolina, and more particularly described as follows:

 

Street Address: 13 Central Avenue, Weaverville, NC, 28787

Parcel Identification Number: 9742-27-8468

Deed Reference:  Book 1054 at Page 316

Conditions:  To be sold “as is”

 

The offer that has been received is for $320,169. The offer includes a 60 day due diligence period and closing is to occur within 75 days from acceptance of the offer. Persons wishing to upset this offer must submit their offer in a sealed envelope marked “upset bid” to the Weaverville Town Clerk at 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC, 28787, by 5 pm on January 22, 2019. At that time the Town Clerk will open the bids, if any, and the highest qualifying bid will become the new offer. If there is more than one bid in the highest amount, the first such bid received will become the new offer.

A qualifying higher bid is one that raises the existing offer to an amount not less than $336,227.45. A qualifying higher bid must be accompanied by a bid deposit in the amount of 5% of the bid and must be submitted in cash, cashier’s check or certified check payable to the Town of Weaverville. The Town will return the deposit on any bid not accepted, and the deposit on an offer subject to upset if a qualifying higher bid is received. The Town will return the deposit of the final high bidder at closing.

 

The Weaverville Town Council must approve the final high offer before the sale is closed. The Town reserves the right to withdraw the property from sale at any time before the final high bid is accepted and the right to reject, at any time, all bids.

Further information may be obtained at during normal business hours at Weaverville Town Hall, 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC, 28787, or by phone at 828-645-7116.

Derek Huninghake

Weaverville Town Clerk

 

Posting Date: January 8, 2019

Publication Date: January 10, 2019