John C. Blair, II
John C. Blair, II has the dual roll of serving as the City Attorney and the Acting City Manager for the City of Charlottesville. On January 14, 2021, City Council issued an announcement that John Blair, Acting City Manager and City Attorney, will be leaving the City of Charlottesville effective March 5, 2021 having accepted a position as City Attorney in the City of Staunton. Chip Boyles has agreed to join the organization as City Manager.
Acting city manager
On October 1, 2020, city council appointed Blair to replaced outgoing City Manager Dr. Tarron Richardson who resigned after a 16-month tenure; Deputy City Attorney Lisa Robertson become acting city attorney.
Having accepted a position as City Attorney in the City of Staunton, Blair will finishes his final day as acting city manager on February 12, 2021. A position he will have held for 104 days. Blair will be replaced by Chip Boyles who will serve as city manager.
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Blair is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law. His undergraduate degree is also from the University of Virginia in History. 
Blair's career also includes service in Spotsylvania County as Assistant County Attorney and Deputy County Attorney, in Dinwiddie County as County Attorney, in the City of Danville as Assistant City Attorney, and in the City of Roanoke as Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney.
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- Web. Charlottesville City Council appoints new city manager, News Staff, News Article, CBS19, Charlottesville, Virginia, January 14, 2021, retrieved January 15, 2021.