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 By Jeremiah Reed    News 

Advisory Board Formed To Guide Ecusta Trail

As work continues on the Ecusta Trail, the city of Brevard’s parks, trails and recreation committee officially created an advisory board to guide that process. Discussion around the committee took place at last week’s meeting.... — Updated 11/24/2021

 By Jeremiah Reed    News

Brevard Rezoning Request On Hold

A recommended proposal to rezone more than 100 acres in the area around Osborne Road and Old Hendersonville Highway was put on hold by Brevard City Council during last Monday’s meeting. The issue came before council following a... — Updated 11/22/2021


Ask Us: How Much Was Raised, Spent During The Recent Municipal Elections

How much did candidates raise and spend during the recent municipal elections in Brevard and Rosman? The following numbers came from the candidates’ finance reports that were filed with the Transylvania County Board of... — Updated 11/15/2021


Transylvania Democrats To Meet Via Zoom On Tuesday

The Transylvania Democrats’ next monthly meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 16, via Zoom. Email [email protected] to receive a Zoom link. Join at 6:40 p.m. for a Brevard City Council update from Mayor-Elect Maureen Copelof. The... — Updated 11/15/2021

 By Jordon Morgan    News

On Veterans Day

At 11 a.m., today, the public will gather at the Transylvania County Courthouse gazebo to mark another Veterans Day. Why is Veterans Day held on Nov. 11? According to the U.S. Depar... — Updated 11/10/2021


Medicaid Resolution

Following the disappointing decision of our county commissioners, the Transylvania NAACP will submit a “Citizens Resolution” calling for Medicaid expansion in North Carolina to the N.C. Legislature and Gov. Cooper. The... — Updated 11/10/2021


On The Election

Now that the dust has settled, we’d like to congratulate those who were elected to four-year terms last week in the Brevard and Rosman municipal races. We wish good luck to Maureen Copelof, who will be Brevard’s first new... — Updated 11/9/2021


Congratulations And Thank You

Dear Brevard residents, friends and supporters, The election did not go as I had hoped. However, this election inspired the highest voter turnout at the polls for a municipal election in decades. And I am grateful to all the... — Updated 11/8/2021

 By Jeremiah Reed    News

Maureen Copelof Wins Mayor's Race

Brevard Councilwoman Maureen Copelof will be the city’s next mayor after garnering nearly 50% of votes cast in Tuesday’s election. Copelof received 1,067 votes (46.6%) to defeat her three opponents. Dee Dee Perkins finished... — Updated 11/3/2021


ELECTION Update: Copelof, Baker, Morrow Win In Brevard; Crowe, Shelton And Hendricks Take Rosman Seats

With all the precincts reporting, as of Tuesday evening, the following are the unofficial elections results for the municipal races in the city of Brevard and town of Roman. For Brevard mayor, Maureen Copelof received 1,067 votes;... — Updated 11/2/2021

 By Jeremiah Reed    News

Council Begins Tackling Housing

Housing was the focus of the Brevard City Council on Friday morning as members gathered with city officials at the library’s Rogow Room to formulate a plan to develop more affordable and workforce housing in the community.... — Updated 11/1/2021

 By Jeremiah Reed    News

Committee Plans Its Strategy For Plaza

Members of Brevard’s Downtown Master Plan Committee devised a strategy for the continued development of the Clemson Plaza site at their regular meeting recently. The first part of the discussion dealt with the removal of the... — Updated 11/1/2021

 By Staff Reports    News

Early Voting Ends For Brevard, Rosman

Early voting ended Saturday for the municipal elections in Brevard and Rosman. During the early voting period, 1,421 votes were recorded, with 1,413 for the Brevard races and eight for the Rosman races. There are 5,852 residents... — Updated 11/1/2021


Copelof For Mayor

A mayoral candidate and her supporters recently paid for a full page ad which included names of 197 people who endorse the candidate, as well as a group photo. As one who has managed a local campaign and volunteered for many... — Updated 10/27/2021


Vote Copelof

I encourage everyone who is eligible to vote in the city of Brevard to vote for Maureen Copelof. I have never met anyone with more integrity. I have never met anyone who works harder. I have never met anyone who cares more about... — Updated 10/27/2021


Copelof Listens

I worked with Maureen at Free Rein and Neighbors in Ministry. Maureen is a tireless, effective leader and decision-maker. Maureen listens. To you. Her only agenda is building the best Brevard community for all. Every voice... — Updated 10/25/2021


We Need Copelof

This is not going to be a recitation of all that Maureen Copelof has done for our community. I have known Maureen Copelof for 15 years. I have worked with her and beside her. I was a United States Naval officer and I am a Viet Nam... — Updated 10/25/2021

 By Jeremiah Reed    News

City Council Agrees Sign Should Come Down

At the recommendation of the city’s Downtown Master Plan Committee, members of the Brevard city council unanimously voted to remove the recently-installed “Clemson Plaza” sign that sits high atop the Co-Ed Cinema building.... — Updated 10/20/2021


Reliably Thoughtful

The world has been changing rapidly over the past 10 years. We have either learned to adjust, be cynical and wish for the best, reminisce about the good old times, be unhappy or some combination of other thoughts, behaviors and... — Updated 10/20/2021

 By Jeremiah Reed    News

Committee: Plaza Sign Should Come Down

While landscaping work continues at the Clemson Plaza location, the site's most dominating feature –– a large sign adorning the top of the Co-Ed Cinema building facing Caldwell... — Updated 10/19/2021


Mayoral Candidates Speak On The Issues

Editor’s note: The Transylvania Times contacted the four candidates who are running to be the next Brevard Mayor to take part in a Q&A. The candidates are Chuck Chapman, Maureen Copelof, Danny Hein and Dee Dee Perkins. The... — Updated 10/13/2021


Vote For Maureen

It is time to pick our new mayor for Brevard. Imagine if we could have a mayor who has the experience of being directly responsible for 1,000 employees and a $100 million budget, and who was chosen for this position through a... — Updated 10/13/2021


Gets Things Done

When dealing with some issues and obstacles I experienced at HCA/Mission the first of this year, Maureen Copelof was my enabler in getting my issues to both the N.C. attorney general and Gibbins Advisors, who are the independent... — Updated 10/13/2021


Experienced Leadership

I have known Maureen Copelof for more than 10 years. We first met when she was the volunteer executive director of Free Rein Center for Therapeutic Riding, which means she received no pay for her two years of dedicated leadership.... — Updated 10/13/2021


Let's Do It!

I am writing this letter in support of Maureen Copelof as the next mayor of Brevard. As a military spouse of 38 years, I can relate to the positions and responsibilities that she has held during her service to her country. Her... — Updated 10/13/2021


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