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August 21, 2018
When the Charlottesville City Council on July 31 appointed Mike Murphy as interim city manager, only three councilors were in the room. Councilor Heather Hill listened to the special meeting over the phone but did not participate. Mayor Nikuyah Walker was available by phone but was under the impression that ...
April 05, 2018
Charlottesville is one step closer to creating a land bank corporation intended to help increase the city’s affordable housing stock. On Tuesday, a subcommittee of the Housing Advisory Committee met to work out kinks in the ordinance that the City Council would need resolved to approve to create the ...
September 12, 2017
A planned public sculpture that would commemorate Charlottesville’s Vinegar Hill neighborhood has thus far failed to raise the private funding needed for its construction. Major funding from city taxpayers also appears unlikely after a discussion by Charlottesville City Council last week failed to reach a verdict on a contribution ...
May 08, 2017
Sarad Davenport, the first executive director of Charlottesville’s City of Promise initiative, will leave the community for a new job next week. Davenport will become associate director for culture and connections at Communities in Schools, a national organization based in Arlington that coordinates with community partners to bring resources ...
July 30, 2015
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - City Manager Maurice Jones announced today that, effective August 1, 2015, Leslie Beauregard and Mike Murphy will be promoted to Assistant City Managers for the City of Charlottesville, Virginia. The two promotions will fill the vacant Assistant City Manager and COO/CFO positions and will divide operational duties ...
May 25, 2014
Mike Murphy, Director of Human Services, City of Charlottesville Where were you born (and raised, if different)? I was born in Bradford, Pennsylvania, but grew up in Delaware. When and why did you move to the Charlottesville/Albemarle area? I came to Charlottesville in the Fall of 1988 to attend ...
March 23, 2014
First in a series exploring local government budgets About $2 million in taxpayer money from Charlottesville and $1.5 million from Albemarle County is budgeted for dozens of outside groups. The amounts account for 1 percent of the city’s budget and 0.4 percent of the county’s. With ...
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