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As rallies roiled the city, Albemarle quietly made changes
The Daily Progress Wednesday, August 08, 2018 at 11 p.m.

While avoiding much of last summer’s national spotlight on Charlottesville, Albemarle County has made some subtle changes to policies and procedures.

Supervisor Diantha McKeel, who served as the Board of Supervisors chairwoman in 2017, said members had reviewed meeting guidelines and the board’s protocols regarding meetings.

At the Aug. 21 Charlottesville City Council meeting, its first meeting after the Aug. 12 rally, protesters stood on the dais with a banner that read “BLOOD ON YOUR HANDS.” An October Charlottesville Planning Commission meeting ended early when a “CVILLE IS NOT FOR SALE” banner was revealed. 

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