An article in today’s C-Ville Weekly by UVA Architecture Professor Kenneth Schwartz got my attention. The opinion piece is entitled “Architectural Integrity at UVA” and starts as follows: “The University of Virginia has pursued a timid, insecure and flawed approach to the design of its new buildings.” Professor Schwartz argues that the firing of a […]
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Ivy Landfill drainage system failing
John Yellig’s cover story in today’s Daily Progress details problems a the Ivy Landfill. “An ongoing investigation by the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority has determined that the drainage system at the Ivy Landfill, closed in 1995, is failing. The amount of leachate – water that has pooled in pockets of the landfill – could be […]
Coverage of Charlottesville Tomorrow’s launch
There has been some discussion of Charlottesville Tomorrow’s launch last week by local bloggers Larry Banner, Jim Duncan, and Waldo Jaquith. Also see the Daily Progress article by Jessica Kitchin.
RWSA Schedules Oct. 27th Public Meeting on Water Supply
The Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority (RWSA) announced today that they would hold a public outreach meeting on the local water supply plans on Thursday, October 27th, 6:30 pm at Monticello High School. RWSA staff will also be available starting at 5:30 pm for informal discussions with public. This is the next opportunity for the […]