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Government officials in Charlottesville & Albemarle

Elected & Appointed Officials in Charlottesville-Albemarle

Current Albemarle Co. Board of Supervisors
Elections for 3 positions in November 2013

Current Charlottesville City Council
Elections for 2 positions in November 2013

(Magisterial District, Term Expiration)

GROUP E-MAIL * bos@albemarle.org
Board of Supervisors
PODCASTS * Audio Center
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(Term Expiration)

GROUP E-MAIL * council@charlottesville.org
WEBSITE * City Council
VIDEO * Streaming Video from Channel 10
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Current Albemarle Co. Planning Commission
(Magisterial District)

GROUP E-MAIL * PlanningCommission@albemarle.org
County Planning Commission

Current City of Charlottesville Planning Commission
Service on the City Planning Commission is limited to two consecutive four-year terms.

  • Genevieve Keller, Chairwoman
  • Lisa D. Green
  • Kurt Keesecker
  • Michael Osteen
  • Dan Rosensweig
  • John Santoski
  • Natasha Sienitsky  
  • David Neuman, ex-officio (UVA)

    Download the City Planning Commission's Operating Guidelines approved May 8, 2007.
  • Note: In order to contact these individuals, the City advises that you call the City Department of Neighborhood Development Services at (434) 970-3182 or e-mail Missy Creasy.

    WEBSITE * City Planning Commission


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    Posted by: tomas rahal | July 14, 2011 at 12:44 AM

    after listening to the stream this 'gang of four' should feel chastened by the outrage expressed at this meeting. shame for how the reversal occurred but even more shame for not bringing this offer into the sunshine first. these not-so-supervisors were more concerned about appeasing a high political appointee than the needs of their constituents. it's always easy to say sorry, i didn't think i was doing wrong but these are old men, seniors, who knew better and are supposed to be above suspicion of wrongdoing! how is it there are such inept negotiators bargaining away our quality of life for a few crumbs by the state?a failed 20 year plan, revived against the expressed wishes of constituents,why is this taking up valuable time when we have already identified priorities?thank god for the intelligent, salient and germane contributions and rebukes by citizens. everyone should write the DEQ, EPA, State Senators and the governor to voice their strong disapproval of this boondoggle. hearing them banter about the cost not being more than a 150 million dollars was revolting when we can't even provide adequate funding for our teachers, or healthcare for our children.

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