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May 08, 2017
As Charlottesville begins a review of its Comprehensive Plan, members of the Planning Commission want residents to take an interest and get involved. “The city will change and grow, and the community must have opportunities to be heard on how that growth will occur and how it will be managed ...
April 20, 2017
As Charlottesville continues to experience a building and redevelopment boom, some officials are hoping increased public participation in the Comprehensive Plan update can help ensure that the city grows in a manner that benefits all its residents. “We keep getting the message that we are not getting all the different ...
March 21, 2017
As Charlottesville embarks on the latest update of its Comprehensive Plan, City Council wants to find new ways of getting more residents involved in a process to help shape future development. “We’re a fast-changing city and there is a lot of fear and concern about change and displacement particularly ...
February 28, 2017
The Charlottesville Planning Commission is putting the finishing touches on a document that seeks to get more city residents involved in upcoming conversations about how the city is preparing for growth. “It seems like it is our responsibility to bring a diverse group of people to the table,” said Commissioner ...
January 12, 2017
As more people choose to live in Charlottesville and more companies launch or expand, officials are reviewing the city’s rules and regulations to try to make sure that development’s impact on existing residents can be mitigated. “Development is going to happen one way or another,” said Planning Commissioner ...
May 11, 2016
A proposed 80-unit development off U.S. 250 in Crozet cleared a regulatory hurdle Tuesday as the Albemarle County Planning Commission approved a rezoning request related to the project. The commission voted, 5-2, to approve rezoning the 20-acre Adelaide development site from its by-right one-unit-per-acre zoning to six units per ...
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