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A city ordinance that has been criticized for being too broad and unnecessary, and that has become an example of the challenges facing cities across the nation as they fight to curb the growth of car-centric, car-dependent cities.

Asheville is one of the nation’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas.

As of last year, the city’s population surpassed 11.7 million, a record that is now more than a decade in the making.

The city of Asheville, North Carolina, has been facing increasing traffic, traffic fatalities and even the loss of life.

Its population has grown by over 20 percent since 2000, but traffic has remained flat.

Asheville Mayor Jim Henderson recently proposed a new traffic sign ordinance that would have allowed the city to make changes that would help combat traffic deaths, especially in the city of 200,000.

But that bill failed to advance in the state legislature and was later withdrawn.

“I think what you have is a city with an elected mayor who is very committed to doing what he can to make sure that traffic congestion is not getting worse,” Henderson told The Associated Press.

Henderson said that, even if the sign ordinance was passed, traffic will still increase in the future, because the city is in a rush to build more buildings, such as roads and bridges.

“It’s going to be very, very busy for a while,” Henderson said.

“There are going to come a point where we’re going to have to look at what is the best way to address this issue.

We can’t just put things in place to solve it.

We have to address it.”

The city’s plan to replace the traffic sign, which is located in a parking lot, has faced criticism from those who worry that it would be an unnecessary step.

The Asheville Bicycle Coalition, a local advocacy group, said the sign’s removal would cost the city money.

The coalition said that the city could have put up the new sign in 2019, but it didn’t because it didn�t want to waste time and money on a project that was not needed.

“This is a sign that was there since the early 1990s, when it was a public works project and it is now a traffic signal,” said BCDC Executive Director Mark Coker.

It is not going to stop cars, it is not changing traffic patterns.””

It is very important that this is a very efficient sign, and this sign is already in use.

It is not going to stop cars, it is not changing traffic patterns.”

The sign was erected in 1988 and was designed to help motorists and pedestrians avoid hitting each other in the roadway.

It was installed in a way that would minimize the amount of space that cars needed to pass each other, Coker said.

The sign has been in use since the 1990s.

The city says it is only being replaced because of a change in federal law that allows cities to adopt more aggressive traffic-control measures that are better for safety.