City hall reporter
Nolan Stout is a reporter for The Daily Progress. Contact him at (434) 978-7274, email@example.com, or @nstoutDP on Twitter and Facebook.
The Highway Corridor designation requires a special-use permit for a density of 43 units per acre, but the zoning code doesn’t say what is allowed by-right.
Charlottesville Area Transit posted and deleted a tweet Wednesday morning that appeared to endorse Democratic City Council candidate Michael Payne.
Construction on phase three is expected to start in the spring and be completed by 2022.
Heirloom Development’s special-use permit application for the building cleared its first hurdle with the Board of Architectural Review during its meeting Tuesday.
Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert Tracci, a Republican, vastly outraised his Democratic challenger in the reporting period.
The council also approved a revised version of proposed changes to regulations for special events.
The six candidates for available three seats on the panel submitted campaign finance reports Monday covering contributions between July 1 and Aug. 31.
Mayor Nikuyah Walker has said a final draft of the proposals could be ready for public review by the City Council’s Oct. 7 meeting.
Design work could take a year, and construction may not begin until late 2022 or early 2023, according to City Manager Tarron Richardson.