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Henderson County News

Mills River hires familiar face as interim manager

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MILLS RIVER — The Mills River Town Council has hired an interim manager to take over administration when Jaime Laughter departs for her new job as Transylvania County manager, and has also settled on a search firm to find her full-time replacement.   Read Story »

Tags: Hendersonville City Manager Bo Ferguson | Mills River Town Board | Lee Galloway

Hendersonville News

City invites public input on manager search

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An executive search team will gather input Tuesday from community leaders, city employees and the public as the consultants prepare to write a job description and advertise for a new Hendersonville city manager.   Read Story »

Tags: Hendersonville City Council | Hendersonville City Manager Bo Ferguson

Hendersonville News

City Council wishes it were still 'Bo time'

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When headhunters guiding Hendersonville's search for a new city manager asked City Council members what qualities they wanted in the new city boss, the elected leaders kept mentioning the way Bo Ferguson did the job.   Read Story »

Tags: Hendersonville City Council | Hendersonville City Manager Bo Ferguson

Hendersonville News

Exit interview: Bo Ferguson looks back

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One of Bo Ferguson's first challenges as Hendersonville's city manager involved the delicate question of moving graves.   Read Story »

Tags: Hendersonville City Council | Hendersonville City Manager Bo Ferguson

Hendersonville News

Hendersonville city manager leaving for Durham post

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Hendersonville City Manager Bo Ferguson is resigning his job here to become deputy city manager of Durham, a career move he describes as a "once in a lifetime" opportunity.   Read Story »

Tags: Hendersonville City Council | Hendersonville City Manager Bo Ferguson

Hendersonville News

Flags dress up new Gateway Park

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City officials and business leaders on Friday will cut the ribbon on the improvements to the 300-400 blocks of North Main Street and dedicate the city's new Gateway Park, which has a new patriotic spirit thanks to a local businessman.   Read Story »

Tags: hendersonville | Hendersonville City Council | HonorAir | Jeff Miller | economic development | Hendersonville City Manager Bo Ferguson