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November 12, 2017
Ways to mitigate effects of gentrification discussed As Charlottesville officials, residents and developers wrestle with how to build more affordable homes for the city’s poorest residents, the local branch of a national land-use think tank held a forum last week to highlight one potential solution. “One of the many ...
March 04, 2017
Charlottesville City Council will be presented Monday with a $171.6 million operating and capital budget for the fiscal year that begins on July 1, 2017. That is a six percent increase over the current fiscal year. The budget reflects direction made by Council to increase the amount of funding ...
September 26, 2016
Residents in public housing may soon be getting an opportunity to participate in conversations about the redevelopment of Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority sites, including Crescent Halls. After what some saw as an emergency situation at Crescent Halls was finally resolved earlier this month with repairs to the building’s ...
January 28, 2016
A Charlottesville housing expert told the City Council recently that a goal adopted in 2010 to increase the number of affordable homes may be unrealistic due to factors such as the high cost of land. “The 2025 housing goal of having 15 percent supported affordable housing units is a great ...
June 14, 2015
Charlottesville’s Strategic Investment Area plan recommends development of a greenway along Pollocks Branch, a tributary of Moores Creek, much of which currently either runs through an underground pipe or is hidden from view. While no plan has been established to “daylight” the stream as it flows underneath Friendship Court ...
August 03, 2014
A master plan to guide redevelopment in central Charlottesville has been city policy for six months, and a key proponent of the Strategic Investment Area wants to be able to better gauge its implementation. “I would have liked to have seen by now some sort of a method of monitoring ...
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