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Neighbor group deliver scathing report on Downtown Mall
The Daily Progress Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 12:01 a.m.

As a city known for progressivism and picturesque scenery, Charlottesville has struggled to come to grips with one of its other features: a highly visible homeless population that some see as a source of increasingly bad behavior.

The struggle was on full display at a meeting Monday night, when the City Council ventured into emotionally fraught territory to map out the city’s next steps to deal with public-safety issues on the Downtown Mall, the city’s crown jewel and popular hangout spot.
 

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