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*Tuesday, [[June 11]] – at 7:00 p.m, the Canvass and Provisional Meeting for the primary was convened in the office of the [[Charlottesville Board of Elections | Charlottesville General Registrar]] for the included purpose of compiling the results of the June 11, 2019 Primary Election for the [[2019 election | 2019 General Election]].  
 
*Tuesday, [[June 11]] – at 7:00 p.m, the Canvass and Provisional Meeting for the primary was convened in the office of the [[Charlottesville Board of Elections | Charlottesville General Registrar]] for the included purpose of compiling the results of the June 11, 2019 Primary Election for the [[2019 election | 2019 General Election]].  
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*[[June 19]] &ndash; [[Albemarle County]] Board of Supervisors adopts revision of [[Pantops Master Plan]] <ref>{{cite web|title=Pantops Master Plan|url=http://www.albemarle.org/department.asp?department=cdd&relpage=3734|author=|work=Website|publisher=Albemarle County Department of Community Development|location=|publishdate=|accessdate=July 20, 2019}}</ref> 
  
 
*[[July]] &ndash; Charlottesville Voter Registrar [[Rosanna Bencoach]] plans to step down this month. Bencoach told the [[Charlottesville Board of Elections]] in December [[2018]] that she would not seek reappointment to another four-year term. Her tenure started in early [[2015]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Charlottesville's voter registrar won’t seek reappointment |url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/charlottesville-s-voter-registrar-won-t-seek-reappointment/article_eb492ad2-5655-11e9-b7ab-536963345aba.html|author=Nolan Stout |work=|publisher=The Daily Progress|location=|publishdate= April 3, 2019|accessdate=June 24, 2019}}</ref>
 
*[[July]] &ndash; Charlottesville Voter Registrar [[Rosanna Bencoach]] plans to step down this month. Bencoach told the [[Charlottesville Board of Elections]] in December [[2018]] that she would not seek reappointment to another four-year term. Her tenure started in early [[2015]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Charlottesville's voter registrar won’t seek reappointment |url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/charlottesville-s-voter-registrar-won-t-seek-reappointment/article_eb492ad2-5655-11e9-b7ab-536963345aba.html|author=Nolan Stout |work=|publisher=The Daily Progress|location=|publishdate= April 3, 2019|accessdate=June 24, 2019}}</ref>
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*[[July 1]] &ndash; In accordance with the [[Charlottesville City Council, 2018-2019|Charlottesville City Council]]'s approved FY 2020 Budget, the [[Meals Tax]] rate will increase from 5% to 6% and the [[Transient Occupancy (Lodging) Tax]] rate will increase from 7% to 8% in the City. <ref>https://www.nbc29.com/story/40271828/charlottesville-city-council-approves-fy-2020-budget</ref> [[Albemarle County]] has a 4 percent meals tax, the maximum rate that a county can adopt under state law. <ref>https://www.cvilletomorrow.org/articles/charlottesville-restaurant-owners-seek-changes-to</ref>  
 
*[[July 1]] &ndash; In accordance with the [[Charlottesville City Council, 2018-2019|Charlottesville City Council]]'s approved FY 2020 Budget, the [[Meals Tax]] rate will increase from 5% to 6% and the [[Transient Occupancy (Lodging) Tax]] rate will increase from 7% to 8% in the City. <ref>https://www.nbc29.com/story/40271828/charlottesville-city-council-approves-fy-2020-budget</ref> [[Albemarle County]] has a 4 percent meals tax, the maximum rate that a county can adopt under state law. <ref>https://www.cvilletomorrow.org/articles/charlottesville-restaurant-owners-seek-changes-to</ref>  
  
*[[July 15]] &ndash; Last payday for Charlottesville’s former police chief [[Alfred S. Thomas Jr]] who has remained on city payroll since stepping down in December [[2017]]. Thomas’ annual salary is $134,514. <ref>{{cite web|title= Former Charlottesville police chief getting city paycheck until July |url= https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/former-charlottesville-police-chief-getting-city-paycheck-until-july/article_6dff5f8e-c595-11e8-b055-d7313be21395.html|author= Ruth Serven Smith & Nolan Stout |work=|publisher=The Daily Progress|location=|publishdate= October 1, 2018|accessdate=June 24, 2019}}</ref>
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*[[July 10]] &ndash; Albemarle County has a soft opening for the [[Brook Hill River Park]] <ref>{{cite web|title=Albemarle County “soft opens” Brook Hill River Park|url=https://wina.com/news/064460-albemarle-county-soft-opens-brook-hill-river-park/|author=|work=News Article|publisher=Newsradio 1070 WINA|location=|publishdate=July 12, 2019|accessdate=July 12, 2019}}</ref>
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*[[July 13]] &ndash; Historical market memorializing the lynching of [[John Henry James]] unveiled in [[Court Square]] <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Marker honoring local lynching victims unveiled|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/marker-honoring-local-lynching-victims-unveiled/article_b880e91c-68da-5f7e-a804-7d6fccdda983.html|author=Allison Wrabel|pageno=|printdate=July 13, 2019|publishdate=July 12, 2019|accessdate=July 12, 2019}}</ref>
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*[[July 15]] &ndash; Last payday for Charlottesville’s former police chief [[Alfred S. Thomas Jr]] who remained on city payroll after stepping down in December [[2017]]. Thomas’ annual salary was $134,514. <ref>{{cite web|title= Former Charlottesville police chief getting city paycheck until July |url= https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/former-charlottesville-police-chief-getting-city-paycheck-until-july/article_6dff5f8e-c595-11e8-b055-d7313be21395.html|author= Ruth Serven Smith & Nolan Stout |work=|publisher=The Daily Progress|location=|publishdate= October 1, 2018|accessdate=June 24, 2019}}</ref>
  
 
== Elections ==
 
== Elections ==
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==Deaths==
 
==Deaths==
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*[[July 21]] &ndash; *[[2019]] &ndash; [[Karenne Wood]], Native American anthropologist <ref>{{cite-progress|title=Karenne Wood remembered for lifetime of work advocating for indigenous Virginians|url=https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/karenne-wood-remembered-for-lifetime-of-work-advocating-for-indigenous/article_f4b432b0-254e-5e82-83cf-12b60936843f.html|author=Ruth Serven Smith|pageno=|printdate=July 28, 2019|publishdate=July 28, 2019|accessdate=July 28, 2019}}</ref>
  
 
==Images==
 
==Images==

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National Events

  • June 11 – The U.S. Census Bureau announced today that the 2019 Census Test will begin this week, as approximately 480,000 housing units across the country receive a questionnaire testing the operational effects of including a citizenship question on the 2020 Census. The 2019 Census Test will randomly assign households to two panels and ask them to respond to the 2020 Census questions. Panel A will include the question on citizenship, Panel B will not.[1]

Events

  • July 15 – Last payday for Charlottesville’s former police chief Alfred S. Thomas Jr who remained on city payroll after stepping down in December 2017. Thomas’ annual salary was $134,514. [13]

Elections

  • Tuesday, June 11 – the 2019 election Primary Elections were held, polls were open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
  • November 5 – November General Elections (State Senate, State House, School boards, Municipal government). Polling hours: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. see: 2019 election

Deaths

Images

References

  1. https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2019/2019-test-begins.html
  2. Web. Emergency Communications Director Announces Resignation, News Article, WVIR NBC29, Charlottesville, VA, March 11, 2019, retrieved March 18, 2019.
  3. Web. Tarron Richardson to become next city manager, Emily Hays, Charlottesville Tomorrow, April 8, 2019, retrieved May 23, 2019.
  4. https://www.charlottesville.org/home/showdocument?id=65539
  5. Web. Tarron Richardson to become next city manager, Emily Hays, Charlottesville Tomorrow, April 8, 2019, retrieved May 23, 2019.
  6. Web. Implosion of University Hall Set for May 25, Jim Daves, UVA Today, May 1, 2019, retrieved May 2, 2019.
  7. Web. Pantops Master Plan, Website, Albemarle County Department of Community Development, retrieved July 20, 2019.
  8. Web. Charlottesville's voter registrar won’t seek reappointment, Nolan Stout, The Daily Progress, April 3, 2019, retrieved June 24, 2019.
  9. https://www.nbc29.com/story/40271828/charlottesville-city-council-approves-fy-2020-budget
  10. https://www.cvilletomorrow.org/articles/charlottesville-restaurant-owners-seek-changes-to
  11. Web. Albemarle County “soft opens” Brook Hill River Park, News Article, Newsradio 1070 WINA, July 12, 2019, retrieved July 12, 2019.
  12. Web. Marker honoring local lynching victims unveiled, Allison Wrabel, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, July 12, 2019, retrieved July 12, 2019.
  13. Web. Former Charlottesville police chief getting city paycheck until July, Ruth Serven Smith & Nolan Stout, The Daily Progress, October 1, 2018, retrieved June 24, 2019.
  14. Web. Karenne Wood remembered for lifetime of work advocating for indigenous Virginians, Ruth Serven Smith, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, July 28, 2019, retrieved July 28, 2019.