The shortlist of six candidates gave their views on housing density, tax revenue and hiring.
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City Council is choosing around 5 finalists out of the 20 people who applied to be appointed
The finalists will have time to speak at Monday’s Council meeting.
8 people have applied to be Charlottesville’s next City Council member, here’s who they are
Council will appoint someone next month to replace Sena Magill, and there’s still time to apply.
Want to join City Council? This is what Councilors say they’re looking for in an interim member
“I think it will be important to appoint someone who, as much as possible, shares the perspective Sena brought as a City Councilor,” said Councilor Michael Payne.
Charlottesville City Councilor Magill resigns, remaining four members will accept applications to appoint her replacement
The next election to fill the seat will be in November.
Rent relief for both Charlottesville and Albemarle County is now available through one hotline
If you need help with rent, mortgage or utilities, you can get $1,000 per month or $3,000 in a year.
There are three candidates for Charlottesville’s new police chief — ask them your questions Monday night
The Police Civilian Oversight Board is hosting a candidate forum and taking questions by email or voicemail.
UVA suspected shooter had guns, ammunition in his dorm room
Plus, more headlines from this week from news organizations locally and around the country.
UVA classes canceled Tuesday, Charlottesville City Schools will resume
After the Sunday night shootings at UVA, educational leaders stress resources for mental health.
UVA was locked down for 12 hours before the suspect in a shooting on campus was caught
Three people were killed and two were injured in a shooting on Culbreth Road on Sunday night.