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October 17, 2017
Dozens of Charlottesville families with low incomes may soon find themselves in an apartment or house subsidized by a new $900,000 rental assistance program approved by City Council on Monday.
The program will be run by the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority as a supplement to its federal housing ...
October 12, 2017
ALBEMARLE COUNTY TEACHER SALARIES, 2017-2018
For teachers with a bachelor's degree:
» 0 years of experience: $46,000
» 10 years of experience: $50,625
» 20 years of experience: $57,900
» 30 years of experience: $67,600
As part of the Albemarle County School Board’s ongoing review of teacher compensation ...
October 11, 2017
Consultants hired by Albemarle officials to analyze the economic benefits of relocating county courts and the County Office Building from the city of Charlottesville to the county briefed the Board of Supervisors on their progress Wednesday.
“When the objectives were set out for this study, one of the assumptions is ...
October 10, 2017
A City Hall protest by Solidarity Cville and Standing Up for Racial Justice prematurely ended the regular meeting of the Charlottesville Planning Commission on Tuesday.
Their protest began at the start of the commission’s public hearing on a special-use permit for an eight-story building at 201 W. Water St ...
October 05, 2017
With major decisions about building new school facilities looming, the Charlottesville City School Board on Thursday received an update on minor construction projects completed over the summer.
The city of Charlottesville’s Capital Improvement Program funds school construction and maintenance projects that cost more than $50,000, while smaller projects ...
October 04, 2017
Stormwater fee for Albemarle residential property owners would be between $50 and $100 annually, on average
The rate for Albemarle’s proposed stormwater utility fee has not yet been established, but the county’s Board of Supervisors learned more Wednesday about the rising costs of the program it will fund ...
October 03, 2017
Extends loan for Dogwood Housing
The Charlottesville City Council was briefed Monday on a $900,000-a-year rental assistance program but asked for some loose ends to be tied up before a vote is taken later this month.
“All of us want this voucher program,” said City Councilor Kathy Galvin. “But ...
October 02, 2017
A suit to prevent the sale of the Foxfield racecourse and surrounding land will move forward, after an Albemarle County Circuit Court judge indicated that the former owner intended in her will for the property to be used for equestrian activities in perpetuity.
“She could not have made her language ...
September 27, 2017
Area transportation planners are seeking support from localities on both sides of Afton Mountain for a bus service that would run between Harrisonburg and Charlottesville.
A study by the Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission proposed that the service could begin in January 2019 with a budget of $249,357 for ...
September 23, 2017
While building its flagship facility at the IX Art Park this summer, Three Notch’d Brewing Co. got a boost in a total of $100,000 in grant funding from the state and the city of Charlottesville.
In June, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced that Three Notch’d had been awarded ...
September 20, 2017
The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review had the chance Tuesday to take a first look at plans for the redevelopment of the former Monticello Dairy building on Preston Avenue.
“In the rehabilitation work, we can bring this building back so people think about it a little bit differently,” said Lee ...
September 18, 2017
For years, Charlottesville city government has wrestled with policies to help increase the number of homes that are affordable to families who make much less than the annual area median income of $77,800.
The housing market is skewed in favor of those with higher incomes, creating what many consider ...