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.
Bartz received 94 votes in last week’s election.
By receiving 8,420 votes in Tuesday’s election, Magill became the top vote-getter of any candidate for City Council since Charlottesville was incorporated as an independent city in 1888.
Charlottesville plans to incorporate New Hill Development Corp.’s vision for the Starr Hill neighborhood into its Comprehensive Plan.
Unaffiliated candidate Bellamy Brown finishes fourth.
The City Council approved payment for a descendant of Shoshone interpreter Sacagawea and three other Native Americans to attend the Nov. 15 work session, at a cost that won't exceed $10,000, according to the mayor.
Councilor Wes Bellamy casts lone dissenting vote
Myriad local and state seats up for grabs around region