Council will host a work session Wednesday to discuss the ordinance — and might vote at the end of it.
Among them are two zoning districts intended to ease displacement of low-income and longtime residents in certain areas of the city.
The resulting project is designed to give low income residents jobs, services and affordable housing. And the developer will earn “much less” profit because of it.
Especially in recent years, people with higher incomes have moved in.
Charlottesville Tomorrow reporter Erin O’Hare will be on air this Sunday to get the series about a changing neighborhood going.
Nonprofit, government and real estate experts will sit on a panel hosted by In My Humble Opinion and Vinegar Hill Magazine.
City Council had a work session on the draft Wednesday, but hasn’t set a date to hear comments or vote.
Before a curfew returns to the park, some people living there want the positive ‘force of community.’
The curfew will be reinstated the day a seasonal shelter opens for people seeking help.
Had the shelter continued, its homeless service workers are convinced they could move hundreds more people off the streets, including many of those now camped downtown.