Planning & Development

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In brief

What’s in a name? A month after the president of a local descendants organization called on the Jefferson-Madison...

A lot of controversy

City’s parking purchase sparks debate

Money for nothing?

Consulting is a booming business in Charlottesville

Slow progress

Belmont residents still have concerns about Rachel’s Haven

City vision

Former Charlottesville mayor Maurice Cox, now Detroit’s director of planning and development, talks about managing...

This Week: 3/13

A few years ago, Molly Conger was just your average Charlottesville resident who, to be honest, didn’t pay much...

This Week 1/23

“If Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence,” my 7-year-old asked me the other day, “why did he have...

Zoned out

In the early 1970s, City Council adopted a plan to turn Grady Avenue into a four-lane road running all the way from...

YOU issue: Ag tax break

Here’s what readers asked for: Each year Albemarle County forgoes about $20,000,000 in taxes on land use parcels, but...

Still Speaking Up

When Joy Johnson moved to Westhaven in 1983, she was a single mom with four young children. She barely had time for...