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This Week’s Headline

Concern over proposed UDO turns out crowd

By James Matthews


It was a hot time in the old town of Weaverville Monday night (Sept. 29) as more than 200 resi-
dents, business owners, and developers gathered to speak their minds about Weaverville’s proposed Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). So many that the meeting chambers at town hall were filled to capacity.
The agenda saw three public hearings were scheduled to be heard, but only one item was heard during the night due to the overwhelming turnout. The amendment to Chapter 20 of the town’s base code was the one everyone wanted to speak about and would be added to the proposed UDO. Read more...


Last Week’s Headline

Arrested on drug charges

by James Matthews


Two local men were arrested Wednesday evening (September 17) on a number of drug related charges. Donald David McGinley, 28, of Weaverville and Cain Lamar Smith, 32, of Asheville were arrested by Woodfin Police just before 6 pm Wednesday.
According to an incident report filed by Woodfin Detective David Plyler, law enforcement received information regarding narcotics which led them to the two suspects. They were arrested off of Weaverville Highway at the intersection of Departure Drive. Read more...


I-26 Roll Over Wreck

July 15, 2014


Weaverville 4th Celebration


A CD with a complete set of pictures from the event is available from the Weaverville Tribune. Contact us at 828-252-5804





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