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July 10, 2018
Tensions persist in the 1½ years since ride-hailing app Lyft joined Uber in Charlottesville, further altering the area’s transportation market. In the first quarter of 2018, 50,000 people took at least one Uber ride locally, waiting less than five minutes on average for the vehicle to arrive, according ...
March 14, 2018
On February 19, the area’s main transfer station for trash and recycling haulers, Van der Linde Recycling, abruptly shuttered its household waste processing facility. The sudden halt jolted Charlottesville and the counties that have relied on Van der Linde as the focal transfer station for processing recycled materials placed ...
August 11, 2016
Throughout the months-long legal battle between the city and Charlottesville Parking Center, downtown businesses have been concerned that, if the city loses its stake in the Water Street Parking Garage, it could result in overly expensive parking rates that may prohibit some customers from coming downtown. While businesses there have ...
July 12, 2016
A number of downtown business owners gathered Tuesday to address concerns that parking could soon become unaffordable if the city of Charlottesville is unable to reel in a real estate magnate who is engaged with the city in an ongoing power struggle for control of the Water Street Parking Garage ...
June 17, 2016
A new three-story building in downtown Crozet is slated to bring several new businesses and apartments to the area, including a sky bar restaurant. “Building a downtown is more than just the buildings,” developer Drew Holzwarth said. “It’s the makeup of the businesses, it’s the layout, it’s ...
November 18, 2013
Charlottesville High School students are challenging themselves and other city students to become more aware of their recycling and waste disposal habits. Student volunteers kicked off the Recycling Challenge by going through waste and recycling bags that came straight from the CHS cafeteria to identify how they can do better ...
August 19, 2013
For 20 years, Charlottesville and Albemarle County relied on a public agency, the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority, to manage their recycling and trash disposal. But in 2010, the city dumped the agency in favor of Peter van der Linde’s Materials Recovery Facility in Zion Crossroads — against whom the RSWA ...
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