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Don't miss this week's Hendersonville Lightning

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Tags: Development | disruptive land uses

Henderson County News

Planners endorse 33-home subdivision across from Haywood Knolls

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A new subdivision of 33 homes could go up on Haywood Road just west of West Henderson High School if the Henderson County Board of Commissioners OKs a rezoning application.   Read Story »

Tags: West Henderson High School | land-use planning | Development | Haywood Knolls

Henderson County News

Developer proposes 1,224 homes, apartments at Tap Root Dairy

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Tags: Development | disruptive land uses | dairy farms

Henderson County Business

Mills River board OKs expansion that has split High Vista homeowners

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Tags: Mills River Town Board | land-use planning | Development | disruptive land uses

Henderson County Business

City OKs 67-home subdivision on Howard Gap

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Tags: housing | Hendersonville City Council | Development | affordable housing

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

LIGHTNING EDITORIAL: Annexation is right policy at Upward interchange

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There will be much caterwauling at the Hendersonville City Council meeting next week when a developer appears to ask for annexation and a zoning permit for an 84-room Fairfield Inn & Suites on Upward Road.   Read Story »

Tags: Upward Road widening | land-use planning | Development | Upward Road development

Henderson County Business

Developers announce big equestrian center in Tryon

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Developers and a hotel company on Wednesday announced a 1,400-acre equestrian resort in Tryon that will include 500 stables, five riding arenas, miles of horseback riding trails, a hotel, sports center and other amenties.     Read Story »

Tags: land-use planning | Development | Tryon Equestrian Partners

Henderson County News

ECO, under new boss, looks to challenges, threats

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On sabbatical last summer, David Weintraub took stock of his 33 years of work — as a community organizer (as he calls it without irony), civil rights activist, filmmaker and environmental advocate.   Read Story »

Tags: ECO | David Weintraub | land-use planning | Development | Rachel Hodge

Henderson County Business

Building ramps up in county

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Building activity in Henderson County has ramped up across the board over the past eight months.   Read Story »

Tags: construction | Development

Henderson County Opinion

LIGHTNING EDITORIAL: Collaboration emerges as 2013 key

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Chuck Edwards, the new Henderson County Chamber of Commerce chairman, was talking in an interview with the Lightning about the chamber's 2013 goals.   Read Story »

Tags: tourism | Henderson County Chamber of Commerce | Henderson County Tourism Development Authority | Henderson County Partnership for Economic | Development