Charlottesville Tomorrow remains one of the best and most useful information sources in my wheelhouse. I
read at least skim it every day; it’s one way I stay more informed for my clients.
A few relevant stories from the past 30 days or so …
… that matter to how we live in Charlottesville and Albemarle, how we educate our kids, how we get to work and play.
- Albemarle projects score well in initial steps of VDOT funding process – scoring & funding are two different things
- County supervisors approve new regulations for farm wineries – let’s be sure to not kill one of the few golden geese we have in the county
- Supervisors, planning commission briefed on Rio Road small-area plan – this area needs this
- County schools increase spending by $8M, face $691k revenue gap
- With Rio intersection done, attention turns to Hydraulic Road
- Council briefed on government efficiency study – you know, like merging the City of Charlottesville & County of Albemarle
- City, county planning commissions focus on affordable housing – this is a huge issue.
- MPO gearing up for next long-range transportation plan – lots of planning
- Population growth in Albemarle, Charlottesville outpaces state rate
- Adelaide rezoning fails; developer will build fewer units
- Supervisors not ready to select process for neighborhood funding – naturally.
As an aside
From the Albemarle County economic development forum –
Average Age in #Albemarle Economic Development Audience ~60 yrs old — the future belongs to those who show up
— Neil Williamson (@NeilSWilliamson) February 6, 2017