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CHARLOTTESVILLE BUSINESS JOURNAL

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For formerly self-employed, quest for jobless aid comes at a price

"This was an error on their part. I don't think as a citizen I should have to pay for their error."

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Here's a list of Charlottesville businesses that are open

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Area sees 200 complaints of maskless faces

Focused on educating violators, health district looks to state agencies to enforce governor's order Read more

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Warner touts bill to push economic opportunity for low-income communities

Se. Mark Warner, D-Va, on Tuesday touted legislation he is preparing with Senate colleagues to expand opportunities for low-income and minority communities. Read more

Daybook: Upcoming local business-related events

Items for Daybook, Personnel File and Briefcase may be submitted to jrector@dailyprogress.com. Read more

Focused Ultrasound Foundation employees raise money for area food bank

The Charlottesville-based foundation said in a news release that employees wanted to help those in the community who have been negatively affected by the pandemic. Read more

Personnel File: Area business people in the news

Items for Daybook, Personnel File and Briefcase may be submitted to jrector@dailyprogress.com. Read more

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County to put $1.25M of cares funding to business grant program

The money is part of a $9 million allocation of CARES Act funding from the state.  Read more

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UVa Health System furloughs coming to an end

As of mid-May, 561 Health System employees and 78 School of Medicine employees had been placed on full-time, unpaid furlough. Read more

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Albemarle supervisors want to revert county to Phase Two of reopening guidelines

“That's a local decision that [County Attorney] Greg [Kamptner] says we have the authority to make under our … special emergency.”  Read more

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Albemarle board OKs special exceptions for Crozet lumber mill

Three requests to reduce the setback requirements and distance from a dwelling for a proposed sorter/stacker machine at R.A. Yancey Lumber Co. will be voted on on Aug. 5, pending the addition of mitigation conditions such as fencing and a sound barrier wall.  Read more

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