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Changes are coming to Rose Hill Drive to make it a more "complete" street. What does that mean? Read our article. 
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This week, students in the University of Virginia's School of Architecture are working on projects to suggest better ways to incorporate the Rivanna River into Charlottesville and Albemarle County. What do you think about when you think about the river? 
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The draft version of Charlottesville's Comprehensive Plan is now ready for your review. How would you like Charlottesville to grow over the next 20 years? 
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Want to check out the water quality of the stream in your back yard? The EPA offers this amazing tool. Share what you learn! 
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I used it to get more information about a stream I grew up playing in when I was a kid. I've never known where it drains, but now I know it drains into the Upper Roanoke watershed. I also know that its impaired. I'm going to try to clean it up. 
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Charlottesville is seeking input from its citizens on what the top priorities should be in the FY2014 budget. Is this a good way to get participation from residents? What do you think? 
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The new shopping center planned for Fifth Street in Albemarle County is still on track for a late 2013 ground-breaking. 
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Are you a utility ratepater in Albemarle County? The service authority wants your feedback on their strategic plan 
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Members of the City Council and the public have reacted to a $116K study of the Charlottesville Area Transit system. What do you think?
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The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has voted 4-2 to approve a five-year financial plan. This is not a budget, but a tool used to plot out county goals and objectives over the next several years. Read more in our story and download the presentation. 
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Since 1980, Albemarle County has divided itself into a rural area (95%) and a growth area (5%). Over thirty years later, that delineation continues but there has been a push to add more business uses in the rural area. We have audio from the Planning Commission's recent work session on the Comprehensive Plan. 
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Charlottesville Tomorrow is a community news platform covering growth, development, and local politics in the Charlottesville-Albemarle area.

We connect you to vital information for making informed choices about our community's future.