PUBLIC NOTICE OF TOWN OF WEAVERVILLE’S INTENT TO APPLY FOR FEDERAL ASSISTANCE AND PUBLIC INPUT MEETING

This is a public notice to advise the residents of the Town of Weaverville that the Weaverville Town Council will be submitting an application to USDA, Rural Development, for financial assistance.  The purpose of the assistance will be to construct a new 12-inch DIP water line on Clarks Chapel Road and Ollie Weaver Road to …

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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 for 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: …

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Request for Qualifications for Engineering Services: USDA-Funded Water System Improvement Project

The Town of Weaverville (Town) is seeking funding from USDA for a water system improvement project described as the installation of approximately 17,600 LF of 12-inch DIP water lines on Clarks Chapel Road and Ollie Weaver Road, from the intersection of Clarks Chapel Road and Old Mars Hill Highway to an existing water line near …

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

The Town of Weaverville has received and proposes to accept a $350,000 cash offer for 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 …

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Press Release from Buncombe County Government: Flooding Can Present a Public Health Risk for Residents and Businesses

Flooding Can Present a Public Health Risk for Residents and Businesses   For Immediate Release HHS Media Coordinator [email protected] or 828.775.1321 May 31, 2018 Buncombe County, N.C. – Flooding and standing water can expose the public to infectious diseases, chemical hazards and injuries both during and after a weather event. Buncombe County Health and Human …

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