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Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Data Lab connects you with collaborative community tools which help us all have a better understanding of this special place. Cvillepedia is our community’s version of Wikipedia. Our document library makes it easy to find the raw materials used in local government decisions.

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November 22, 2017
The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review has granted a preliminary design approval for a building that will replace the Main Street Arena on the Downtown Mall. However, the final height of the triangular Charlottesville Technology Center above Water Street could be in question as the Charlottesville City Council considers a ...
November 21, 2017
The Charlottesville City Council has denied a rezoning request on Park Street that officials with the Monticello Area Community Action Agency have claimed is necessary for the survival of the organization. “To me, it comes down to neighborhood protection,” said City Councilor Bob Fenwick shortly before the unanimous vote late ...
November 19, 2017
As housing prices in Charlottesville continue to rise, some in the community are calling on local officials to take steps to create more affordable living choices for households with lower incomes. “We need to do something affirmatively and intentionally to correct the market, which is not providing $700 apartments for ...
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CVillepedia

We started cvillepedia in 2007 as one place to keep track of all the information we were writing about. It went public in 2009 and now anyone can create or edit these articles on the people, places and events that make the Charlottesville-Albemarle area unique.

Government
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