Incumbent Jon R. Zug is running uncontested for an 8-year term.
The move would give the district more freedom to make changes to entice drivers, and give them school district benefits.
The owners promised renovations would begin more than a year ago. They didn’t, and then the company stopped answering questions.
Community members can comment on it during a Sept. 14 Planning Commission meeting.
In the coming months, Council will hold a public hearing and vote
This is the final step before the controversial new ordinance, which massively increases allowable housing density, goes before City Council.
Any community members who have opinions about this development are invited to make comments at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
The 10th & Page Neighborhood Association is hosting a meeting Thursday that anyone (except press) can attend.
Charlottesville Tomorrow is pleased to partner with the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society for a critical conversation about how we understand our local history and future.
“I’m hearing concerns about what we’re proposing,” developer Chris Henry said. “But what are you looking for?”