UVA is Getting Bigger – And We All Get a Clue

Charlottesville Tomorrow reports:

The University of Virginia Foundation has been given the greenlight to expand its research park on Fontaine Avenue.

Keeping this growth in the urban ring qualifies as a “good thing.”

To get a feel for where UVA’s growth is going, spend some time perusing their 2008 Grounds Plan.

The best sentence in the Charlottesville Tomorrow story succinctly pinpoints why the Charlottesville-Albemarle region chooses not to build roads. They only have clues to guide them.

The most recent rezoning does not answer conclusively the future of the proposed Sunset-Fontaine Connector but does offer clues to how parts of it might be funded.

Why have conclusions when it’s more fun to follow clues?

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