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June 20, 2017
Design panel sees plan that includes additional stories The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review heard details Tuesday on how the developer of the Dewberry Charlottesville hotel plans to add more floors to what has been previously known as the Landmark Hotel. “They are proposing three additional stories or levels added ...
May 29, 2017
Seven of the eight candidates for City Council appeared at Greenbrier Elementary School last week for a campaign forum that covered affordable housing, economic development and race relations in Charlottesville. The moderator for the event was Michael Barnes, president of the Greenbrier Neighborhood Association. He thanked all of the candidates ...
May 10, 2017
All seven candidates for Charlottesville City Council appeared at a forum for the first time together Wednesday evening. About 45 people gathered in the City Council Chambers for the forum sponsored by the Piedmont Group of the Sierra Club. Democratic candidates Bob Fenwick, Heather Hill and Amy Laufer appeared alongside ...
April 24, 2017
Standing in the rain at a protest in the center of the Downtown Mall on Monday, independent City Council candidate Paul Long said he would use his council position to see the Landmark Hotel demolished if the project developer fails to resume construction by the end of the year. Long ...
March 24, 2017
Charlottesville City Councilor Bob Fenwick will seek a second term in order to further address questions about how city government is run. “Do Charlottesville citizens feel they are in charge of our government and the direction it is taking?” Fenwick asked Friday at the formal launch of his campaign. “Do ...
December 19, 2012
Representatives from the firm Nelson Nygaard made two appearances Monday to present their recommendations for how Charlottesville Area Transit could be reconfigured to boost ridership. The City Council expressed satisfaction with the progress of the $116,000 study, but members of the public said they were concerned many current passengers ...
July 03, 2012
The Charlottesville Area Transit system would appear to be at a crossroads. The big question facing the City Council is whether the bus system should have more frequent service on similar routes, a new route system or perhaps something even “bolder.” At Monday’s City Council meeting, councilors were briefed ...