Good listening available two hours and fifty minutes into the Charlottesville City Council’s August 20 meeting. Interesting if you are a fan of local politics and Mad Men.
Hear the pitch, hear the clients offer feedback and advice to the Creatives. Hear about placemaking, branding, telling the story, creating the creative, pushing product to screens, authentic experience, extracting more time and money from tourists. Hear political correctness go a round with the copywriter…
Shocking, and I’ll let you go, the hour is late, but I’ll tell you, your number one tourism attraction that comes up from all the statewide surveys that are done is birding, isn’t that surprising?–Susan Payne
My one fervent hope. Please please please do away with the “home of the Cavaliers” sign at the airport. New slogan, new sign: Charlottesville-Albemarle, for the birds….
The purposes of the Association shall be:
1. the cultivation of a good community spirit and the maintenance of our area as a wholesome, pleasant place to live.
2. The promotion of programs that will enhance the community spirit and residential quality of the area;
3. The representation of its members to all organizations including the various governing bodies and their instruments, for the conservation and enhancement of this area as an attractive, safe, enjoyable place to live and rear one’s family. –WMNA by-laws
Charlottesville Neighborhood Development Services planner Brian Haluska AICP presents information regarding the purpose and intent of the “Special Use Permit” provision within the zoning code. How are such permits applied for? Who can grant an SUP?
The informational meeting was held at the Woolen Mills Chapel, organized by Cindy Cartwright and Bill Lankford. Attended by 30 citizens…
Mr. Haluska pointed the assembled toward the definition and regulations pertaining to music halls.
Buckingham Branch employee sledgehammers slag off a new track weld between 1st and 2nd Street northeast in Charlottesville Virginia.
Dictionary.com lists no synonyms for sledgehammer.
The word sledgehammer is derived from the Anglo Saxon “Slaegan”, which, in its first sense, means “to strike violently”. The English words “slag”, “slay”, and “slog” are cognate.–Wikipedia
The Sun King had many ailments during his lifetime consistent with diabetes: suppurating periostitis (1678), dental abscesses (1696), recurring boils, fainting spells, gout, dizziness, hot flushes, and headaches (cephalalgias).–Wikipedia