ATTENTION: The fireworks show has not been canceled, but under review and our final decision will be made in the later part of June.. NO MEETING Monday night due to COVID-19
We are working VERY HARD to make this happen and in contact with all the powers to be. we still have to abide by the gathering limits and waiting for formal updates for outdoors, you can email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Board of Directors BICC
Dillinghams of Big Ivy, Buncombe County, N.C. and related families By Margaret Wallis Haile
DILLINGHAMS OF BIG IVY, BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N.C. AND RELATED FAMILIES, by Margaret Wallis Haile, is a family history consisting of twelve years of concentrated research covering two hundred years of genealogy beginning with Absalom Dillingham. Originally published in 1979 and reprinted with permission for the Mars Hill University Bookstore. 862 pages in two volumes, each volume indexed.
Reprinted with permission for the Mars Hill University Bookstore
DILLINGHAMS OF BIG IVY, BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N.C. AND RELATED FAMILIES
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov. 13, 2019
Buncombe County Announces More Public Input Sessions for Strategic Planning Process
The Board of Commissioners is developing a strategic plan that will guide the County into the future. The first step in this process is a five-year strategic plan that will define priorities, guide County operations, and drive future policy and budget decisions. It will draw a vision for our community’s future and establish a course of action for moving forward.
As we draft this course of action, we are asking the public to tell us what success looks like and what steps we should be taking to ensure we are meeting community goals. Recently over 200 community members joined us for public input sessions around the four goals identified by Commissioners:
- Environmental stewardship: High-quality air, water, farmland, and renewable energy for future generations
- Educated and capable community: A community where all people thrive and demonstrate resilience throughout their lives
- Vibrant economy: A robust and sustainable regional economy that builds on our homegrown talent and provides economic mobility for residents
- Resident well-being: Our residents are safe, healthy and engaged in their community
At our initial input sessions we heard an expressed need for more scheduled sessions in different areas of the County and we are happy to announce five additional input sessions. Input and insights from the public will be valuable in determining the next steps of our strategic process. We are asking the public to please join us at one of the dates below. Bus passes will also be available. Please contact Angelyn.Johnson@buncombecounty.org to RSVP or for more information.
All focus areas will be covered at these additional public input sessions:
- Monday, Dec. 2 1-3 p.m. Big Ivy Community Center 540 Dillingham Road, Barnardsville
- Wednesday, Dec. 4 2:30-4:30 p.m. Black Mountain Town Hall 160 Midland Avenue, Black Mountain
- Wednesday, Dec. 4 5:30-7:30 p.m. Arthur R. Edington Center 133 Livingston Street, Asheville
- Friday, Dec. 6 5:30-7:30 p.m. Enka-Candler Branch Library 1404 Sandhill Road, Candler
- Saturday, Dec. 7 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Skyland Fire Department 9 Miller Road, Skyland