CLG PAC

This November 5 is election day for three (out of six) Village of Flat Rock council seats plus the mayoral seat. This election will affect the direction of our village — and CLG believes that working to identify and support local candidates for the Flat Rock village council and other local elected positions who appreciate our... Continue Reading →

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Draft 2020-2029 MPO TIP open for public comments

The draft 2020-2029 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is now open for public comment. Comments may be sent to mpo@landofsky.org or 828.251.6622 through October 23, or made in-person at the French Broad River Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Board meeting on October 24 at 1:00 p.m. at Land of Sky Regional Council (339 New Leicester Highway, Asheville).... Continue Reading →

Erkwood/Shepherd roundabout update

At yesterday's Henderson County Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting, NCDOT gave an update on the Erkwood Drive/Shepherd Street roundabout that is affecting Greenville Highway: Current date to end the detour and reopen Greenville Highway: October 22 (this is a few days later than the original October 17 date) Project now considered 43% complete The photo... Continue Reading →

Yes, facts do matter.

A brief FAQ.Please let us know (clgflatrock@gmail.com) if you need more information or have more questions. Can the N. Highland Lake Road project (U-5887) still be stopped?Yes. According to NCDOT, the Flat Rock village council is still within the time frame to cancel the project. Would the Village of Flat Rock have to pay NCDOT... Continue Reading →

Village survey

The September 2019 issue of The Village Record, the Village of Flat Rock official newsletter, has been mailed to every village property owner.  Inside is Citizen Survey for you to complete. The Cultural Landscape Group:Flat Rock requested last year that the village undertake a community survey when we discovered that the last valid village survey... Continue Reading →

Roundabouts To the editor: While I’m aware that both the N.C. Department of Transportation and the Times-News have wholly embraced the installation of roundabouts, it would be worthy to consider their “fit” with senior citizen drivers, of which there are an ever-increasing number (I include myself). Consider: The driver entering a roundabout must first evaluate the... Continue Reading →

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