Two parcels are for sale for $84 million. They are home to some thriving local businesses and cultural happenings.
Charlottesville Tomorrow reporter Erin O’Hare talked about preparing for — and the consequences of — winter weather on the Soundboard podcast.
The answer, local officials say, is simply that Charlottesville’s annual snowfall differs drastically from year to year.
The University of Virginia is asking for community input on what it should do with three potential sites for its Affordable Housing Initiative. But those who want to comment have to do it soon: UVA is collecting responses through Jan. 31.
While Charlottesville’s monument of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee is set to be melted down and transformed into new local art, Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson will be sent to California. At its Monday meeting, Charlottesville City Council voted for LAXART, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit arts organization, to take the bronze relic. The organization plans to […]
Monday night, Charlottesville City Council voted unanimously to adopt a new Comprehensive Plan. The vote was a major milestone nearly five years in the making. But the work is not over. “The real work is in implementation,” said public housing resident and tenants’ rights advocate Joy Johnson during Monday’s public comment period. “That’s where the […]
It’s a two-page appendix to a multi-chapter, more than 100-page document, but the new Future Land Use Map has been the most controversial aspect of the city’s Comprehensive Plan update to date. That continued Monday evening when the City Council held a public hearing on — and ultimately adopted — the plan, including the FLUM, […]
Monday night, Charlottesville City Council unanimously voted to adopt the newly-updated Comprehensive Plan. They did so on the first reading and public hearing, after nearly three hours of public comment from dozens of community members, most of whom spoke in favor of the plan. This wasn’t the first time Council discussed or heard about the […]
Editor’s note: This story has been updated to better reflect the leadership of residents of various housing communities in making decisions regarding community gardens. Peering into an aqua plastic container that sat atop a folding table, an older woman paused to ask Richard Morris about its contents. “What kind of lettuce is this?” she asked, […]
Charlottesville Planning Commission chair Lyle Solla-Yates was certain that the biggest news to come out of Charlottesville last week would be the Tuesday evening Planning Commission meeting.After all, the topic of discussion — the update to the city’s Comprehensive Plan — has been in the works for nearly five years. But just before the meeting […]