Candidates expressed their love of trees and a desire to tax plastic bags as ways to curb damage from climate change. Most of all, though, they want a plan.
City Manager Chip Boyles admits he should have talked to City Councilors more about his decision but still refuses to go into detail over his firing of Police Chief RaShall Brackney three weeks ago.
0 Court Square was listed for sale earlier this month for $1.35 million.
“In hindsight, I would have engaged the City Council more directly in my deliberations and worked in partnership with Chief Brackney to develop an improvement plan. Fact is, I just did not have the luxury of time."
The latest campaign finance reports cover donations received and expenses incurred from July 1 to Aug. 31.
Voters in Charlottesville and Albemarle County may cast their ballots starting Friday.
The Charlottesville Planning Commission voted to defer City Council approval of a rezoning application for the owner of the 240 Stribling Ave.…
“Michael [Payne] couldn't bring himself to defend a Black [woman]. Sena [Magill], blindly following whiteness as she has done since January 1, 2020. Heather [Hill] and Lloyd [Snook] have been consistent advocates of white is right, white power and the power of whiteness,” Walker wrote.