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June 07, 2017
As Albemarle County’s population continues to rise, officials are searching for ways to make government operations more efficient. “One of the really important items in our budget [discussions] was this notion of transformation to realign the organization to achieve cost savings,” said Deputy County Executive Bill Letteri. Letteri and ...
March 01, 2017
The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has taken a step toward forming a public body to help expand high-speed internet service across the county. “If the board wants to take another step in the direction of doing something about broadband, a wireless service authority might be something to consider,” said ...
October 14, 2016
The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has broadened the number of potential alternatives for the expansion and renovation of its court system. “After years of study, board review and consideration and discussion with the city of Charlottesville on the county court system expansion, staff is nearing completion of final materials ...
September 09, 2015
According to local government forecasts, Albemarle County Public Schools is once again facing a daunting financial challenge. During a joint meeting Wednesday with the Albemarle Board of Supervisors, Schools officials said the division is anticipating a $6.4 million funding gap to start fiscal year 2017. What’s more, the ...
January 08, 2015
The Albemarle Board of Supervisors has agreed to study whether the former Levy Opera House in Court Square could be used as a shared general district court with the city of Charlottesville. Co-location was the main recommendation of a task force of city councilors and the supervisors that has been ...
November 06, 2014
Albemarle County staff intends to pursue planning grants in the coming weeks to explore how best to expand broadband Internet access into the rural areas. The county Board of Supervisors approved the move Wednesday during a work session in which it received updates about broadband projects currently underway. “It really ...
Albemarle mulls cutting health benefits for spouses; raises for county employees preliminarily discussed
October 09, 2014
Rising health insurance costs were at the forefront of discussion Wednesday between the Albemarle Board of Supervisors and the county School Board. The conversation came during a meeting in which local government officials told the two boards to expect an increase of about 10 percent in health care costs next ...
April 08, 2012
Bill Letteri, Assistant County Executive, Albemarle County Where were you born (and raised, if different)? I was born in Brooklyn, New York but moved at an early age to the northern, more rural part of upstate New York to a small town called Clinton Corners which is about 30 miles ...