Citizens Committee to Study Council Changes

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The Citizens Committee to Study Council Changes was created in the early 1980's to evaluate and advise the Charlottesville City Council on possible changes to the structure of the local municipal government.

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Committee members

Members of the early 1980's Citizens Committee to Study Council Changes[1] included:


November 17, 1980: The committee presented its recommendations to the City Council that the composition of the Council be enlarged to seven members (four ward representatives and three at-large representatives.)[2]

January 12, 1981: City Council work session in the basement conference room in City Hall. [3]

1981 City Council members

Thomas E. Albro, Francis L. Buck, John Conover, Elizabeth Gleason, Elisha G. Hall