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Mr. William G. Lapsley

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Phone: (828) ***-****  HQ Phone
Henderson County School
112 First Avenue West
Hendersonville , North Carolina 28792
United States

Company Description: Henderson County produces over 85% of N.C. annual apple crop. In 2006, we produced 3,326,425 bushels on over 5,000 acres. The gross return in 2006 was $22,819,276...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • degree , Civil Engineering
    University of Wyoming
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Henderson County Board of Commissioners, 13 Feb 2015 [cached]
William Lapsley
William Lapsley, Commissioner
Pardee Hospital Who We Are - administration, 17 Jan 2013 [cached]
William G. Lapsley, President, William Lapsley & Associates
Pardee board chairman Bill ... [cached]
Pardee board chairman Bill Lapsley said that simply is not the case.
Pardee's "payer mix" also includes about 70 percent of revenues derived from federal Medicaid and Medicare payments, so the hospital has to look for efficiencies and partnerships where it can. Also, many of patients in the north Henderson, south Buncombe area work in local manufacturing plants and have good insurance.
"Those are very attractive customers," Lapsley said. About 60 percent of the patients in that geographic area already go to Mission for services, while about 25 percent opt for Pardee and 15 percent for Park Ridge, Lapsley said.
"From our standpoint, that future growth that Mission is getting is not going to go down," Lapsley said.
Lapsley said Mission dominates in part because it's the only hospital that can handle complex cases and it's the designated trauma center for the region.
Pardee's deal with Mission has been in the works for nearly four years, and at one point Pardee and Mission had tentative plans for outpatient centers about three miles apart. With $55 million in reserves, Pardee could have built its own center, but it didn't make sense financially.
Lapsley acknowledged that Pardee CEO Jay Kirby did recently note that the project on the county line involved the golden rule - the one with the gold makes the rules.
"In no way did they say we're going to do this with or without you or 'We're going to mow over you.' That's a bunch of baloney," Lapsley said.
William G. Lapsley, Asheville ..., 15 Feb 2014 [cached]
William G. Lapsley, Asheville
AGENDA, 19 Jan 2005 [cached]
Bill Lapsley had been invited to the meeting to update the Board on the activities of the Regional Water Authority.Mr. Lapsley had been appointed to the Authority in August, 2003, to serve as one of the two Henderson County appointees.There are nine members on the Authority: three appointed by Asheville, three appointed by the Buncombe County, two appointed by Henderson County and one at-large appointee.
Mr. Lapsley outlined the area of Henderson County served by the Regional Water Authority.He pointed out waterlines owned by Hendersonville and the Authority, and primary industrial development sites in Henderson County.Mr. Lapsley provided the Board a packet containing written information related to the activities of the Authority during 2004.Two noteworthy events were:
April, 2004 - The Mayor of Asheville announced that the City of Asheville and the City of Hendersonville had reached a tentative agreement to consider and possibly expand the Regional Water Plant in Mills River.That agreement had been brought to the attention of the Authority in April, 2004.It was approved by the Hendersonville City Council in April, and a week later approved by the Asheville City Council.To Mr. Lapsley's knowledge, the proposed agreement was put together without the participation or knowledge of the Buncombe or Henderson County Commissioners, or the members of the Regional Water Authority.Per the bylaws of the Water Authority, and under the Regional Water Agreement, all contracts for the operation and expansion of the regional water system must be approved by the Regional Water Authority.When the proposed agreement did come before the Authority, they decided to put it on hold. The Asheville City Council, on May 25, 2004, passed a Resolution that they were going to serve notice to the Buncombe County Commissioners that they wished to terminate the regional water agreement.To Mr. Lapsley's knowledge, that Resolution was never transmitted to Henderson County.A copy of that letter and the proposed agreement had been provided to the Board.
Mr. Lapsley stated that it was his understanding from Asheville's Mayor that once the Agreement is terminated, the City of Asheville expects to regain total control of their water system on July 1, 2005.
Commissioner McGrady questioned where Mr. Lapsley felt the County should go from this point.Mr. Lapsley expressed a concern for the Authority's Henderson County customers.He also expressed concern about the ability of Henderson County to expand waterlines off of the regional water transmission line, which could be eliminated all together.He felt that would have a serious effect on the County's ability to attract new industry in that area of the county.
Set Public Hearing on Rezoning Application # R-04-04 As Amended (R-30 to C-2) Ingles Markets, Inc., Applicant; William G. Lapsley & Charles L. Murdock, Applicant's Agents
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