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Meeting Agenda

Invited Guests
  • Alice Raucher, Architect for the University of Virginia
  • Kara Chandeysson, Ting City Manager for Charlottesville
Old Business
  • Bellevue Taskforce Update
  • Capital Improvements Survey
New Business
  • Any new business?

Wollen Mills NA seeks Parliamentary Assistance on April 9th
Their board and NA members are looking to propose amendments to their constitution and would like to have a neutral parliamentarian presiding over the meeting.  They do not require an expert in Robert’s Rules of Order, they are mostly concerned with providing oversight of the proceedings.  The meeting will be held at the Wollen Mills Chapel at 7 pm.  If you can assist, please email John Frazee at:

2018 Comprehensive Plan Update Follow-up Engagement
In the spring and summer of 2017 a series of workshops and outreach events were held to gather feedback from the community on how updates to the Comprehensive Plan should be shaped.  Now the community is invited to attend workshops in May to review the material and provide additional feedback.  Each workshop will contain the same format and materials.  Dates, times and locations of the workshops are:
  • Tuesday, May 1 – 6 pm to 8 pm – Buford Middle School, Cafeteria
  • Thursday, May 10 – 12 pm to 2 pm – CitySpace, Main Meeting Room
  • Saturday, May 12 – 10 am to 12 pm – Central Library, McIntire Room
  • Tuesday, May 29 – 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm – Belmont Arts Collaborative, Main Meeting Space
For more information and to view the presentation, visit

Police Civilian Review Board Community Forum
The City of Charlottesville has scheduled a community forum for 17 candidates seeking positions on a new seven-member Police Civilian Review Board.  The forum will be moderated by local mediation consultant Robert Garrity.  It will be held Tuesday, April 24 from 5:30 pm to 8:45 pmat the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center.  Information about the Review Board, the candidates and the forum can be found on the City’s website:

FY 18-19 Action Plan Draft and 2018-2022 Consolidated Plan Draft Available for Public Comment
The City of Charlottesville and the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission’s FY 18-19 (One-year) Action Plan Draft and the (5-year) 2018-2022 Consolidated Plan Draft are available for public comment from March 28th, 2018 through April 27th, 2018.  You can view the draft at:  To provide comments or to request a hard copy, contact Tierra Howard at 434-970-3093, or Billie Campbell at 434-422-4822.

Listen First in Charlottesville: April 20-22, 2018
The Bridge Alliance Education Fund will be hosting a series of events  to support the progress of healing and reconciliation in Charlottesville and to inspire America towards mending the frayed fabric of society by bridging divides.  Events include communal dinners, a free concert by Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary, an afternoon of Listen First Conversations at the Spring Pavilion and more.  Details can be found at:

Charlottesville Community Job Fair
The 10th Anniversary Charlottesville Community Job Fair will be held Wednesday, May 9th, 10 am to 3 pm at the John Paul Jones Arena.  For a list of employers and to pre-register online, go to:

City Market has returned!
The City Market will be open every Saturday7 am to noon, April to October at 100 Market Street across from the Water Street Parking Garage.

Home Improvement Incentives, Credits and Rebates
5th – Ridge – McIntire Multimodal Corridor Study – A study of the 5th Street, Ridge Street and McIntire Road corridor is underway through the summer to address safety, corridor congestion and multimodal accommodations.  More information can be found at the project website.

Charlottesville City Crime Map – can be assessed at:  You can enter your zip code at the upper left to zoom into your neighborhood and select a range of dates on the upper right.

Next Scheduled Meeting: May 9th, 2018berfest: Sunday, October 15th at the historic Fry’s Spring Beach Club

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