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The Council’s use of official committees complicates their justification for private ‘check-in’ sessions.
APD's data analysis reveals a lack of rigor befitting of a propaganda campaign, not serious data science.
Welcome to “& More This Week,” The Asheville Free Press’ weekly(ish) newsletter, where I round up a few headlines that stood out to me over the week and share them with some opinion and context. If you’re not already, sign up to get these and all of our articles straight to your inbox.
On February 15, 2022, Asheville Police Department (APD) finalized and released its new policy on encounters with the unhoused community. The document was released to us via email by APD spokesperson Samantha Booth.
Welcome to "& More This Week," The Asheville Free Press' weekly newsletter where I round up a few headlines that stood out to me over the week and share them with context. If you're not already, sign up to get these and all of our articles straight to your inbox.
Welcome to the second edition of “& more this week,” The Asheville Free Press’ bi-annual weekly newsletter! I’m joking... but it is true that I’ve only published one of these newsletters so far, and it was the very first week this project existed back in August of 2021.
Sources say Council is considering a new city ordinance restricting residents' ability to share food with unhoused Asheville residents in public parks.