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Q&A with housing consultant Anita Morrison on form-based code, gentrification and displacement

In preparation for the Charlottesville Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday, Charlottesville Tomorrow is publishing the full questions and answers from housing consultant Anita Morrison that were u…
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County School Board moves renaming Cale Elementary forward

County School Board moves renaming Cale Elementary forward

Albemarle County Public Schools voted to rename Paul H. Cale Elementary. If the views expressed in the 1956 article in Commentary magazine didn’t fully represent former Albemarle County Schools Super…
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What is Form-Based Code? + Sound Education

We wade deep into the weeds of Charlottesville’s zoning policy with Charlottesville Tomorrow. Plus a review of former Gov. McAuliffe’s new book on the Unite the Right Rally of 2017.
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In the Principal’s Office: Buford Middle’s Turner talks about the need for Black role models

Principal of Buford Middle School Jesse Turner checks out a student-made stereo at the school engineering lab. Growing up in Charlottesville and experiencing discrimination in his youth, coupled with…
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Development Digest: City funds Crossings II

Development Digest: City funds Crossings II

Leroy Barbour sits on the brick wall in front of his apartment building, the Crossings at Fourth and Preston, on Oct. 10, 2019.The Charlottesville City Council has committed $750,000 to end chronic h…
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UVa offers local community control with new equity center

University of Virginia Equity Center faculty director Dayna Matthew (left) and community director Karen Waters-WicksDayna Bowen Matthew wants to get universities back to their original purpose, as sh…
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FROM THE NEWROOM: Albemarle High School Senior joins CT team for school internship

Charlottesville Tomorrow Intern 2019 - 20Hi Readers! I’m Jesse, a senior at Albemarle High School, and I’m exited to intern as part of the Charlottesville Tomorrow team. Working for a local news out…
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Consultants say city form-based code will not cause displacement, lack of housing will

Although the new form-based code seems like a clear win in many ways over current zoning, low-income housing advocates are worried.
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In the Principal’s Office: Murray High’s Ratliff reflects on Charter Schools

Murray High School and Community Public Charter School are housed at 1200 Forest St: Ballard Krebs, Kaydin Edwards, Alyssa Montaya and principal Chad Ratliff.Chad Ratliff left education at one point,…
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Development Digest: Breezy Hill is back with changes

Development Digest: Breezy Hill is back with changes

A new subdivision is under review for property at the intersection of Breezy Hill Lane and U.S. 250.Southern Development has heard the Rivanna Village community’s concerns about the company’s planned…
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Charlottesville and Albemarle Leadership + Richard Harwood

This week, Charlottesville Tomorrow introduces us to Charlottesville City Manager Tarron Richardson and Albemarle County Executive Jeff Richardson. Plus an overview of the General Assembly elections …
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Another Season

In a world filled with uncertainty, it is most often comforting to know that some things are reliable, ever the same, changeless. Take for example the succession of the seasons: fall always follows s…
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On the Record: A conversation with Albemarle’s county executive

Albemarle County Executive Jeff Richardson discusses regional collaboration between the county and the city.With ongoing local elections for three Charlottesville City Council seats and three Albemar…
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On the Record: A conversation with Charlottesville’s city manager

Charlottesville City Manager Tarron Richardson discusses ongoing conversations that have happened since he took office this summer. With ongoing local elections for three Charlottesville City Council…
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Charlottesville Tomorrow education reporter attends Education Writers Association fall seminar

Charlottesville Tomorrow Education Reporter Billy Jean Louis (second from right) participated in the Education Writers Association's (EWA) 2019 Higher Education Seminar at the University of Michigan.…
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