The foundation was dissolved by the state when the lawsuit was filed. Now, only one plaintiff remains in the case.
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Here’s why Primary Day could be City Council Election Day in Charlottesville
The only candidates for Charlottesville City Council at present are Democrats.
Primary Democratic candidates for Charlottesville City Council will appear in a May 10 forum
Primary voters will select three of the five candidates, who will go on to run for the three open Council seats in the November general election.
The delayed Robert E. Lee statue trial might be losing a plaintiff
One of the attorneys for the Ratcliffe Foundation said he forgot to file papers to incorporate before they sued Charlottesville.
The trial over Charlottesville’s statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee has been postponed again
For the third time this year the trial to decide whether the city was allowed to give the statue to the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center has been delayed.
Trial over Charlottesville’s statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee scheduled for Tuesday
A judge will decide whether the city was allowed to give the statue to the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center.
Democratic state senate candidates Hudson and Deeds debate the need for a new generation of legislators versus the value of seniority
In a forum hosted by Charlottesville Tomorrow and students at the UVA Center for Politics Monday evening, hundreds of community members submitted questions ahead of the June 20 primary election.
Albemarle Supervisors give developer the OK to move forward with plans to build a solar farm that would be among the largest in Virginia
The project involves 650 acres of panels that will be built on an area left “a desiccated moonscape” by an old timber farm.
A public conversation with your Democratic state senate candidates
Submit questions and watch the forum with Sen. Creigh Deeds and Del. Sally Hudson in person or streaming online.
Residents rage to City Council on the ‘hidden tax increase’ coming next year
Rising real estate assessment values will inflate Charlottesville tax bills further in FY2024 unless the Council lowers the tax rate.