From the Hendersonville Lightning: 8. No asphalt, no storage units Disruptive land-use cases again drew organized public opposition. After Southeastern Asphalt Co. owner Jeff Shipman refiled a rezoning request for an asphalt plant on Spartanburg Highway in East Flat Rock, homeowners, business owners and environmental activists fought back with yard signs, billboards, online petition, a... Continue Reading →

From the Times-News: A 245-acre subdivision on a wooded mountainside in northern Henderson County is moving forward following a unanimous vote by the planning board Dec. 16, meeting the county's requirements for conservation subdivisions.  Ripple Falls LLC submitted the master plan for the project as a whole, and the first phase of 22 single-family lots on 83 acres... Continue Reading →

From the Lightning: City [of Hendersonville] planners will hold a neighborhood compatibility meeting next week on a rezoning request to allow 80 apartments on 2½ acres at the southeast corner of Greenville Highway and Chadwick Avenue. Applicants Joey Burnett of the Tamara Peacock Company and Brett Barry and landowner Hunting Creek Associates LLC are seeking... Continue Reading →

County comprehensive plan public workshop

Who: Henderson County Planning Dept. What: Public workshopWhere: Blue Ridge Community College in the Blue Ridge Conference Hall.When: Wednesday, November 10, between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. You can drop in anytime during the workshop to learn more about the county's Comprehensive Plan, take the survey, join a small group discussion, and participate in interactive... Continue Reading →

Vote November 2

Tomorrow is Election Day. Municipal races are nonpartisan and all voting for Flat Rock Village Council seats will be at the Flat Rock Village Hall, from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

“Question the Candidates” Forum tomorrow

There will be a "Question the Candidates" Forum tomorrow, Tuesday, October 19, at 6:30 p.m. in the Grand Ole Hall at Highland Lake Inn & Resort (86 Lily Pad Lane). This forum is presented by Kindred Spirits, a nonpartisan network of primarily Flat Rock voters who promote citizen education and grassroots involvement in matters of local interest. The... Continue Reading →

Meet the candidates for Village Council

As part of CLG's focus on providing information to the Flat Rock community, we have asked all four candidates running for the Flat Rock Village Council in the November 2 municipal election to submit answers to a set of questions. We appreciate the candidates' willingness to respond and we hope this will help the community... Continue Reading →

November 2 village municipal election

This year is a municipal election year and there are three council seats (one per district) up for election on the Flat Rock Village Council. The Village is divided into three districts, with two council seats per district, for purposes of having geographical distribution on the Village Council, but all seats are voted on at... Continue Reading →

Interested in participating in the Henderson County Comprehensive Plan 2045 survey? FAQ from the county planning staff: Why create a County Comprehensive Plan? In addition to being required by State law, a County Comprehensive Plan hehelps capture and apply a unified vision for the County's future.  It will address and guide anticipated growth in a... Continue Reading →

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