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The seven-member Board of County Commissioners is the governing body of Buncombe County.
The Buncombe County Board of Commissioners serve staggered four-year terms through partisan elections. Commissioner Meetings take place on the first and third Tuesdays of each month.
December 17, 2019
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Boards, committees, and commission members aid the governing process by keeping Buncombe County in touch with the ideas and attitudes of its citizens.
The Buncombe County Board of Commissioners identified six key issues it wants to prioritize to foster a healthier community.
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He grew up on a working farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains, is a graduate of Warren Wilson College and served two terms on the Asheville City Council prior to being elected to the Buncombe County Commission in 2012. Brownie served on the boards of the Asheville Regional Airport, Economic Development Commission, Metropolitan Sewerage Authority, NC Conservation Network and NC Sustainable Energy Association. He currently serves on the board of the French Broad River Metropolitan Planning Organization. Brownie lives with his wife, Beth, and two daughters in the Montford neighborhood.
Raised in North Carolina, Jasmine Beach-Ferrara is a minister in the United Church of Christ and the Executive Director of the Campaign for Southern Equality, which promotes LGBTQ equality across the South. She was elected to Buncombe County Commission in 2016, representing, District 1 and currently serves as Vice Chair.
She currently serves on the Early Childhood Education and Development Committee, Justice Resource Advisory Council, and Juvenile Crime Prevention Council. She focuses on policy issues related to creating a community where every child can thrive, including early childhood education and affordable housing.
Jasmine is a graduate of Brown University and received a MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College and a MDiv from Harvard Divinity School. Jasmine and her wife, Meghann, live in the East End neighborhood with their three children.
The long-time community activist and former banker is the first African-American to serve as a commissioner for Buncombe County.
He attended A.C. Reynolds High School and served in the U.S. Navy. A small business owner for 32 years, Mike started his career sweeping floors for the legendary Banjo Matthews—working his way up the ladder and eventually starting his own engine business, Fryar Performance, in 1980. He is serving his second term as Trustee at AB Tech.
Amanda is a working mom, wife of an elementary school principal, and mother of a middle school student. Much of her professional career has been devoted to the education of children and adults in Buncombe County. She brings a strong commitment to effective, compassionate leadership on education, an economy that supports locals, emergency services, and environmental conservation to her County Commission service.
Amanda holds a Master's of Public Administration from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and a B.A. in Mass Communication from UNC-Asheville. Amanda and Derek, her husband, live north of Weaverville with their son.
He currently serves on the Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority and is retired Vice President with Berkshire Hathaway (Clayton Homes). He has been married to his wife Reta for 42 years and is the father of two children and grandfather of 3, all who reside in Buncombe County.
He spent thirty years racing cars, from the local level right here at Asheville Speedway to the highest level in Nascar. Retiring in 2005, he opened Celebrity's Hot Dogs on Brevard Road, while staying heavily involved in Nascar, working on the Appeals Board, Hall of Fame Voting Board and the Competition Board. He also worked as a Promoter for Kingsport Speedway in Tennessee from 2011-2014.
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December 17, 2019
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P. (828) 250-4105
200 College Street, Suite 300
Asheville, NC 28801
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