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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Looks like W. Blue Ridge Road between Greenville Highway and Highland Lake Drive is now open to through traffic

Road repair continues on W. Blue Ridge between Greenville Highway and Highland Lake Drive until July 17.

Coming soon: Greenville Highway closing

Starting July 17, Greenville Highway at the Erkwood / Shepherd Street intersection will be closed until October 17 (yes, you read that right--October) for the construction of a roundabout. NCDOT has installed Detour signs to help motorists, but it will probably be a mess for a while.

Happy 4th! ". . . We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. . ."

Sign dispute easy to resolve

Published in this week's Hendersonville Lightning (on page 9), but not yet online, our CLG response to the Lightning's story last week on the sign dispute in Flat Rock: The recent article in the Hendersonville Lightning entitled “Flat Rock braces for court fight over signs” contains a number of misstatements worth correcting.  These misstatements mischaracterize our... Continue Reading →

From today's Times-News letters to the editor: Project priority Government agencies say they want the public to help decide what projects should be done. They’re trying everything, but timing is the obstacle. When project priority is studied, the definition of a project is very general, with words like “modernize roadway,” “upgrade intersections” or “improve geometrics.”... Continue Reading →

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