Mosley will be sworn in at City Council's next meeting later this month.
The review of open-carry gun laws and their enforcement comes following a clash Monday between a group of protesters and counter-protesters who faced off over a "Defund the Police" mural painted on a city street.
Also, the Asheville Ballet has announced it is canceling a concert during its main season for the first time in its 60-year history.
The Create 72 Broadway project was approved by the Asheville Downtown Commission at its July meeting.
Asheville City Councilwoman Julie Mayfield, who last month said she opposed the Flatiron hotel proposal, said Tuesday night that her concerns had been addressed and she now favored it.
A planned mayoral vote by telephone and revelations regarding the criminal past of one of the Flatiron Building's owners offer new wrinkles to tonight's planned discussion.
City Council did not vote on the matter, but four council members indicated their opposition to the hotel plans, including Councilwoman Julie Mayfield, considered by many to be a swing vote on the issue.
During the public comment portion of Tuesday night's meeting, no member of the public spoke against the project.
The world's richest man, and the grocery store chain he owns, was a hot topic of conversation during last week's Asheville City Council meeting.
Before her vote to approve the hotel, Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer said City Council is struggling with the ongoing wave of hotel construction.
Also, "overtourism" is a new buzzword, and much more.
Also, the owner of a downtown Asheville pizza shop complained that loiterers along Biltmore Avenue are hurting his business.
One new big ticket item of spending: some $780,000 for a second set of turnout gear for Asheville firefighters.
Asheville City Council members Brian Haynes, Keith Young and Sheneika Smith said they want to take a closer look at Police Department funding.
Community activists and several Asheville public officials criticized the action and called for support for the families of those detained.
"You look like I kicked your puppy," Barbara Whitehorn, the city's chief financial officer, told Asheville City Council after she finished her budget presentation.
Stoneyard Apartments won't have any housing units deemed "affordable," but it will have a restaurant, artist studios and 85 spaces for public parking on Lyman Street.
Vice Mayor Gwen Wisler and Councilman Gordon Smith voted against the hotel proposal at 95 Roberts St.
Also, there's a new exhibit called "Wicked Plants" coming to the N.C. Arboretum, and more.
The project came with several historic firsts for the city, but several residents insisted it didn't go far enough in helping to ease an oppressive lack of affordable housing.
The new budget includes funding for the Asheville Police Department and the city's bus service.
Also, hike the Highlands of Roan this Saturday on a free walk led by the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy.
Angel Olsen and Greg Cartwright will play solo sets at the March 10 show at The Orange Peel.
Two city advisory boards have split on their approval of the downtown hotel project.
The Embassy Suites project moves on to Asheville City Council for final review.
The Asheville Civic Center Commission has been "hearing the same broken record about the performing arts center" for years, one commissioner said upon hearing the update.
The "pit of despair" could be the focus of a park design competition, but first there needs to be a vision for the space, an Asheville City Council subcommittee decided on Tuesday.
The 18-story former BB&T bank and office building will become home to a new boutique hotel, condos, restaurant space and more.
Also, The Honeycutters, one of Asheville's hottest bands, releases a new music video, and more.
Newly elected Asheville City Councilwoman Julie Mayfield on Wednesday announced she had returned a campaign donation from the developer.
Austin Haynes, the campaign manager and son of City Council candidate Brian Haynes, was charged with possessing more than 6 pounds of marijuana back in March.
Southern rocker Warren Haynes and friends lent their support to the candidacy of Haynes' brother, Brian.
The Sept. 8 concert at New Mountain AVL will also include Jeff Sipe, Malcomb Holcombe, Free Radio, more.
Why so many candidates this year? Incumbents are out, Raleigh is popping, turnout will likely be low, and more.