A look ahead to a slow summer week in local government
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July 1, 2022: Injuries from firearms on the rise in Virginia; New laws take effect today; Piedmont Housing gets $2M from federal government…Listen now (17 min) | Plus: What should be in a bus shelter?
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June 30, 2022: City Council briefed on property owned by Charlottesville government, deny request to convey sliver of land in North DowntownListen now (19 min) | Plus: Albemarle hires a former Staunton City Manager as its new county attorney
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June 28, 2022: Library name change would require approval from elected officials in all five JMRL jurisdictions; Council briefed on Central…Listen now (26 min) | Plus: Cville Plans Together kicks off zoning process with in-person Open House
Plus: Greene Supervisors to consider 144-unit "glamping" resort south of Stanardsville
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June 24, 2022: Charlottesville budget surplus for FY22 increasing; CAT outlines phasing plans for route changes dependent on hiring more…Listen now (18 min) | And: A less-than-stellar turnout for primary in Albemarle's "small sliver"
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June 23, 2022: Public can weigh in tonight on Regional Transit Vision; Fluvanna and Greene Supervisors were briefed last weekListen now (13 min) | Another installment of a program that seeks to document how we will get to wherever we're going
June 22, 2022: More work needed for Old Ivy Residences project after Albemarle PC hearing; Draft report details how new zoning will…Listen now (22 min) | Plus: Charlottesville's McIntire Skate Park will get lit
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