Rachel's Haven at Planning Commission

Kim Crater, of the Charlottesville District of the United Methodist Church, speaks at Tuesday's Charlottesville Planning Commission meeting while audience members stand in support of the Hinton Avenue rezoning.

At a meeting where the audience filled nearly every seat in Charlottesville City Council Chambers, the Planning Commission unanimously recommended allowing a Belmont church to build affordable apartments on its property.

Hinton Avenue United Methodist Church is calling its 15-unit apartment project Rachel’s Haven after the pastor’s late wife, Rachel Lewis, who ministered to the developmentally disabled.

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