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===1928 and after ===
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===September 1, 1922 to August 31, 1928===
The council is composed of five members elected at large in a first-past-the-post voting system.  
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Charlottesville's charter was modified by an act of the Legislature, and on September 1, 1922, the city was taken over by the commissioner-manager form of government. There were three commissioners elected at-large, one of whom served as mayor. The commissioners employed a manager, who served in an executive capacity.
City Council elections until 1970 were held in June of even-numbered years and regular terms began on September 1. From 1972 until 2006, City Council elections were held in May of even-numbered years and terms began on July 1. Since 2007, City Council elections have been held in November of odd-numbered years and the new term begins on January 1 following the last election.  
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===September 1, 1928 to August 31, 1946===
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The council was composed of five commissioners elected at large in a first-past-the-post voting system.  
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===September 1, 1946 to present===
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The council is composed of five councilors  one of whom served as mayor. The commissioners employed a manager, who served in an executive capacity.City Council elections until 1970 were held in June of even-numbered years and regular terms began on September 1. From 1972 until 2006, City Council elections were held in May of even-numbered years and terms began on July 1. Since 2007, City Council elections have been held in November of odd-numbered years and the new term begins on January 1 following the last election.  
 
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!rowspan="2"|Year
 
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|1928
 
|1928
|rowspan="4"|[[Fred L. Watson]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Fred L. Watson]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Jury Y. Brown]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Jury Y. Brown]]
|rowspan="4"|[[E. A. Joachim]]
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|style="background: #eaecf0;" rowspan="4"|[[E. A. Joachim]]
|rowspan="2"|[[John R. Morris]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="2"|[[John R. Morris]]
|rowspan="14"|[[F. W. Twyman]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="11"|[[Fred W. Twyman]]
 
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|-
 
|1929
 
|1929
 
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|1930
 
|1930
|rowspan="12"|[[W. Dan Haden]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="12"|[[W. Dan Haden]]
 
|-
 
|-
 
|1931
 
|1931
 
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|1932
 
|1932
|rowspan="8"|[[Samuel A. Jessup]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Shelton S. Fife]]
|rowspan="12"|[[George T. Huff]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="12"|[[George T. Huff]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Shelton S. Fife]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Samuel A. Jessup]]
 
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|1933
 
|1933
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|1936
 
|1936
|rowspan="12"|[[J. M. Gleason]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="12"|[[J. Emmett Gleason]]
 
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|1937
 
|1937
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|1939
 
|1939
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="3"|[[F. Bradley Peyton Jr]]
 
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|1940
 
|1940
|rowspan="3"|[[Charles P. Nash, Jr.]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="3"|[[Charles P. Nash Jr]]
 
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|1941
 
|1941
 
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|1942
 
|1942
|rowspan="8"|[[Roscoe S. Adams]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="8"|[[Roscoe S. Adams, Sr.|Roscoe S. Adams]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Samuel A. Morris]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="4"|[[Samuel A. Morris]]
 
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|1943
 
|1943
|rowspan="5"|[[Fred L. Watson]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="5"|[[Fred L. Watson]]
 
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|1944
 
|1944
|rowspan="1"|[[William S. Hildreth]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="1"|[[William S. Hildreth]]
 
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|1945
 
|1945
|rowspan="3"|[[Charles P. Nash, Jr.]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="3"|[[Charles P. Nash Jr]]
 
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|1946
 
|1946
|rowspan="8"|[[Gus K. Tebell]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Gus K. Tebell]]
 
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|1947
 
|1947
 
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|1948
 
|1948
|rowspan="4"|[[James M. Barr, III]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="4"|[[Strother F. Hamm]]  
|rowspan="4"|[[Henry A. Haden]]
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|style="background:#b0ceff;"  rowspan="4"|[[Henry A. Haden]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Strother F. Hamm]]  
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|style="background: #eaecf0;" rowspan="4"|[[James M. Barr III]]
 
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|1949
 
|1949
 
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|1950
 
|1950
|rowspan="8"|[[William R. Hill]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="7"|[[William R. Hill]]
 
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|1951
 
|1951
 
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|1952
 
|1952
|rowspan="8"|[[Sol B. Weinberg]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="8"|[[Sol B. Weinberg]]
|rowspan="8"|[[R. M. Davis]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="8"|[[R. M. Davis]]
|rowspan="4"|[[S. Dexter Forbes]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="4"|[[S. Dexter Forbes]]
 
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|1953
 
|1953
 
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|1954
 
|1954
|rowspan="8"|[[Thomas J. Michie]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Thomas J. Michie]]
 
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|1955
 
|1955
 
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|1956
 
|1956
|rowspan="4"|[[Clayton Coleman]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;"  rowspan="4"|[[Clayton Coleman]]
 
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|1957
 
|1957
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="9"|[[Louis L. Scribner]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|1958
 
|1958
|rowspan="8"|[[Louis L. Scribner]]
 
 
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|1959
 
|1959
 
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|1960
 
|1960
|rowspan="8"|[[Bernard J. Haggerty]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Bernard J. Haggerty]]
|rowspan="8"|[[Lindsey B. Mount]]  
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Lindsey B. Mount]]  
|rowspan="4"|[[Robert E. Lee]]  
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Robert E. Lee]]  
 
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|1961
 
|1961
 
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|1962
 
|1962
|rowspan="4"|[[J. Robert Ponton]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[J. Robert Ponton]]
 
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|1963
 
|1963
 
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|- valign=top
 
|1964
 
|1964
|rowspan="4"|[[Burkett A. Reynolds]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Burkett A. Reynolds]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|1965
 
|1965
 
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|1966
 
|1966
|rowspan="4"|[[Gunther "Dutch" Vogt]]
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Robert S. Johnson]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Robert S. Johnson]]
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Gunther "Dutch" Vogt]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|1967
 
|1967
 
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|- valign=top
 
|1968
 
|1968
|rowspan="8"|[[Mitchell Van Yahres]]  
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Joseph W. Wright Jr.]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Kenneth E. Davis]]
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Kenneth E. Davis]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Joseph W. Wright Jr.]]  
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Mitchell Van Yahres]]
 
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|1969
 
|1969
 
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|- valign=top
 
|1970
 
|1970
|rowspan="8"|[[Francis H. Fife]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Francis H. Fife]]
|rowspan="8"|[[Charles Barbour]]  
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Charles Barbour]]  
 
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|1971
 
|1971
 
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|1972
 
|1972
|rowspan="4"|[[Jill Rinehart]]  
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[George Gilliam]]
|rowspan="4"|[[George Gilliam]]   
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Jill Rinehart]]   
 
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|1973
 
|1973
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|1976
 
|1976
|rowspan="4"|[[Laurence Brunton]]
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Laurence Brunton]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Ed Gatewood]]
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Ed Gatewood]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Nancy K. O'Brien]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Nancy K. O'Brien]]
 
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|1977
 
|1977
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1978
 
|1978
|rowspan="4"|[[Thomas E. Albro]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="12"|[[Frank Buck]]
|rowspan="12"|[[Frank Buck]]
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Thomas E. Albro]]
 
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|-
 
|1979
 
|1979
 
|- valign=top
 
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|1980
 
|1980
|rowspan="8"|[[Elizabeth Gleason]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Elizabeth Gleason]]
|rowspan="4"|[[John Conover]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[John Conover]]
|rowspan="8"|[[E. G. Hall]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[E. G. Hall]]
 
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|1981
 
|1981
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1982
 
|1982
|rowspan="4"|[[Mary Alice Gunter]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Mary Alice Gunter]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|1983
 
|1983
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1984
 
|1984
|rowspan="4"|[[Lindsey Barnes]]
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Lindsay Barnes]]
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1985
 
|1985
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1986
 
|1986
|rowspan="4"|[[Darden Towe]]
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Darden Towe]]
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1987
 
|1987
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1988
 
|1988
|rowspan="8"|[[Tom Vandever]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Elizabeth "Bitsy" Waters]]
|rowspan="8"|[[Alvin Edwards]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Alvin Edwards]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Elizabeth "Bitsy" Waters]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Tom Vandever]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|1989
 
|1989
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1990
 
|1990
|rowspan="12"|[[David Toscano]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Kay Slaughter]]
|rowspan="8"|[[Kay Slaughter]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="12"|[[David Toscano]]
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1991
 
|1991
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1992
 
|1992
|rowspan="8"|[[Virginia Daugherty]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Virginia Daugherty]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|1993
 
|1993
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|1996
 
|1996
|rowspan="8"|[[Maurice Cox]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Maurice Cox]]
|rowspan="8"|[[Meredith Richards]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Meredith Richards]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|1997
 
|1997
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1998
 
|1998
|rowspan="8"|[[Blake Caravati]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Blake Caravati]]
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|1999
 
|1999
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2000
 
|2000
|rowspan="8"|[[Kevin Lynch]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Kevin Lynch]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|2001
 
|2001
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2002
 
|2002
|rowspan="4"|[[Rob Schilling]]
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|style="background: #ffb6b6;" rowspan="4"|[[Rob Schilling]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|2003
 
|2003
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2004
 
|2004
|rowspan="8"|[[David Brown]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Kendra Hamilton]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Kendra Hamilton]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[David Brown]]
 
|- valign=top-
 
|- valign=top-
 
|2005
 
|2005
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2006
 
|2006
|rowspan="4"|[[Julian Taliaferro]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Dave Norris]]
|rowspan="8"|[[Dave Norris]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Julian Taliaferro]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|2007
 
|2007
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2008
 
|2008
|rowspan="4"|[[Holly Edwards]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Satyendra Huja]]
|rowspan="8"|[[Satyendra Huja]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Holly Edwards]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|2009
 
|2009
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2010
 
|2010
|rowspan="8"|[[Kristin Szakos]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Kristin Szakos]]
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2011
 
|2011
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2012
 
|2012
|rowspan="4"|[[Deirdre “Dede” Smith]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="8"|[[Kathy Galvin]]
|rowspan="8"|[[Kathy Galvin]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Deirdre “Dede” Smith]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|2013
 
|2013
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2014
 
|2014
|rowspan="4"|[[Bob Fenwick]]
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|style="background:#b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Bob Fenwick]]
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2015
 
|2015
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2016
 
|2016
|rowspan="4"|[[Mike Signer]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Wes Bellamy]]
|rowspan="4"|[[Wes Bellamy]]
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Mike Signer]]
 
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|2017
 
|2017
 
|- valign=top
 
|- valign=top
 
|2018
 
|2018
|rowspan="2"|[[Heather Hill]]
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|style="background: #eaecf0;" rowspan="4"|[[Nikuyah Walker]]
|rowspan="2"|[[Nikuyah Walker]] (I)
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|style="background: #b0ceff;" rowspan="4"|[[Heather Hill]]
 
|- valign=top
 
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|2019
 
|2019
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|- valign=top
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|2020
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|- valign=top
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|2021
 
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==1900 – 1950 form of government==
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==1900 – 1950 forms of government==
*Form of government: common council with twelve members.  
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*Common council with twelve members elected by district (four wards). Elected at-large mayor; council president mayor pro tempore.
*Form of government: bicameral council with four aldermen and eight council.
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*Bicameral council elected by district (four wards); four aldermen and eight councilmen. Elected at-large mayor; council president mayor pro tempore. All duties of an executive or administrative character were performed by several council committees under ordinance.  
*Form of government: modified commission form with five members.
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*Mayor-Business Manager: At-large elected Mayor also served as Business Manager; all duties of an executive or administrative character were discharged exclusively by the Municipal Business Manager; committees acting in an advisory capacity. Legislative council with twelve members elected by district (four wards).
*Form of government: council-manager form with five members.
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*Commission form of city government: (as known as the Galveston Plan) composed of three at-large elected members of the city council (commissioners); one commissioner was designated to function as president of the council or mayor.
===1922 – 1923===
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*Modified commission with five members of the city council; council president acting as mayor.
B. E. Wheeler, mayor
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*Modified city manager with five at-large elected members of the city council; council president acting as mayor.
Walter Washabaugh, City Manager
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*(Straight) Council-manager form with five at-large elected members of the city council; council president acting as mayor.
David W. Fowler, Commissioner of Revenue
 
W. O. Fife, City Attorney
 
Lyttleton W. Wood, Commonwealth Attorney
 
C. E. Moran, Clerk of the Corporation Court
 
 
 
[[Albert S. Bolling]]
 
[[W. F. Long]]
 
[[N. T. Wingfield]]
 
[[W. T. Elliott]]
 
[[W. E. Graves]]
 
[[W. F. Sounder, Jr.]]
 
[[J. E. Gleason]]
 
[[W. M. Forrest]]
 
[[F. W. Twyman]]
 
 
 
==1918-1919==
 
===Mayor===
 
Election: June 13, 1916 / Term: September 1, 1916
 
*[[E. G. Haden]]
 
===Aldermen===
 
Election: September 20, 1916 / Term: September 26, 1916
 
====First Ward====
 
*[[Marshall Timberlake]], vice-mayor
 
====Second Ward====
 
*[[R. C. Walker]], president
 
====Third Ward====
 
*[[W. D. Harris]]
 
====Fourth Ward====
 
*[[Albert S. Bolling]]
 
===Councilmen===
 
Election: September 20, 1916 / Term: September 26, 1916
 
====First Ward====
 
*[[W. F. Long]]
 
*[[N. T. Wingfield]]
 
====Third Ward====
 
*[[W. T. Elliott]]
 
*[[W. E. Graves]]
 
*[[W. F. Sounder, Jr.]]
 
====Fourth Ward====
 
*[[J. E. Gleason]]
 
*[[W. M. Forrest]]
 
*[[F. W. Twyman]]
 
 
 
==1914-1915==
 
===Mayor & Business Manager===
 
*[[A. V. Conway]]
 
===First Ward===
 
**[[L. T. Hanckel, Jr.]]
 
**[[S. A. Birch]]
 
**[[W. R. Barksdale]]
 
===Second Ward===
 
**[[A. D. Payne]]
 
**[[R. C. Walker]]
 
**[[W. E. Graves]]
 
===Third Ward===
 
**[[Edward A. Joachim]]
 
**[[Jame E. Gleason]]
 
**[[W. F. Sounder, Jr.]]
 
===Fourth Ward===
 
**[[John S. Patton]]
 
**[[J. P. Ellington]]
 
**[[M. V. Pence]]
 
Charles H. Walker, Treasurer; E. I. Carruthers, Auditor; David W. Fowler, Commissioner of the Revenue; George Gilmer, Commonwealth's Attorney; George F. Compton, Clerk of the Corporation Court; Thomas A. Trice, Chief of Police;
 
 
 
==1906==
 
===Mayor===
 
[[George W. Olivier]]
 
===Aldermen===
 
===First Ward===
 
*TBD
 
*[[W. P. Lipscomb]]
 
*[[J. E. Early]]
 
===Second Ward===
 
*[[A. D. Payne]]
 
*[[B. W. Leterman]]
 
*[[F. W. Twyman]]
 
===Third Ward===
 
*[[A. G. Carter]]
 
*[[A. C. Brechin]]
 
*[[H. D. Jarman]]
 
===Fourth Ward===
 
*[[J. M. Murphy]]
 
*TBD
 
*[[R. M. Holsinger]]
 
 
 
==1904==
 
George Perkins, City Attorney; W. Sam Burnley, Justice of the Peace; Charles H. Walker, City Treasurer; David W. Fowler, City Commissioner of the Revenue; J. Samuel McCue, Mayor (after September 1, 1904, George W. Oliver); Richard W. Duke, Clerk of the Corporation Court (page 194, City Directory 1904-1905)  
 
 
 
==1895==
 
{{City Directory}}
 
===City Government===
 
W. T. Jones, Treasurer; S V. Southhall, attorney; R. W. Duke, clerk of the court; John M. Goodwin, clerk of the council; W. S. Davis, city engineer; Dr. R. W. Nelson, health officer; B. E. Jefferies, constable; S. M. Keller, magistrate; T. J. Wiliams, superintendent of gas; E. F. Harris, superintendent of water.
 
===The Council===
 
*First Ward
 
**Alonzo Wingfield
 
**J. S. McCue
 
**W. J. Tyson
 
*Second Ward
 
**Dr. H. T. Nelson
 
**F. M. Wills
 
**M. Letterman
 
*Third Ward
 
**C. D. Carter
 
**James Perley
 
**James Gleason
 
*Fourth Ward
 
**B. F. Grove
 
**A. N. Payton
 
**J. H. Nalls
 
===Police===
 
*John L. Walter, chief
 
 
 
==1898==
 
{{City Directory}}
 
J. Samuel McCue, Mayor; W. T. Jones, Treasurer; George Perkins, Attorney; H. D. Jarman, Clerk of the Council;
 
*First Ward
 
**Alonzo Wingfield
 
**W. J. Keller
 
**W. J. Tyson
 
*Second Ward
 
**Dr. H. T. Nelson
 
**A. D. Payne
 
**M. Letterman
 
*Third Ward
 
**C. D. Carter
 
**F. W. Huyett
 
**James Gleason
 
*Fourth Ward
 
**J. S. Patton
 
**F. C. Fitzhugh
 
**J. M. Murphy
 
 
 
==See also==
 
*[[Mayor of Charlottesville]]
 
(1895) John S. Patton, mayor, term to expire July 1896
 
  
 
[[Category:Lists|City Councilors]]
 
[[Category:Lists|City Councilors]]

Latest revision as of 18:41, 20 September 2019

September 1, 1922 to August 31, 1928

Charlottesville's charter was modified by an act of the Legislature, and on September 1, 1922, the city was taken over by the commissioner-manager form of government. There were three commissioners elected at-large, one of whom served as mayor. The commissioners employed a manager, who served in an executive capacity.

September 1, 1928 to August 31, 1946

The council was composed of five commissioners elected at large in a first-past-the-post voting system.

September 1, 1946 to present

The council is composed of five councilors one of whom served as mayor. The commissioners employed a manager, who served in an executive capacity.City Council elections until 1970 were held in June of even-numbered years and regular terms began on September 1. From 1972 until 2006, City Council elections were held in May of even-numbered years and terms began on July 1. Since 2007, City Council elections have been held in November of odd-numbered years and the new term begins on January 1 following the last election.

Year Seat
1 2 3 4 5
1928 Fred L. Watson Jury Y. Brown E. A. Joachim John R. Morris Fred W. Twyman
1929
1930 W. Dan Haden
1931
1932 Shelton S. Fife George T. Huff Samuel A. Jessup
1933
1934
1935
1936 J. Emmett Gleason
1937
1938
1939 F. Bradley Peyton Jr
1940 Charles P. Nash Jr
1941
1942 Roscoe S. Adams Samuel A. Morris
1943 Fred L. Watson
1944 William S. Hildreth
1945 Charles P. Nash Jr
1946 Gus K. Tebell
1947
1948 Strother F. Hamm Henry A. Haden James M. Barr III
1949
1950 William R. Hill
1951
1952 Sol B. Weinberg R. M. Davis S. Dexter Forbes
1953
1954 Thomas J. Michie
1955
1956 Clayton Coleman
1957 Louis L. Scribner
1958
1959
1960 Bernard J. Haggerty Lindsey B. Mount Robert E. Lee
1961
1962 J. Robert Ponton
1963
1964 Burkett A. Reynolds
1965
1966 Robert S. Johnson Gunther "Dutch" Vogt
1967
1968 Joseph W. Wright Jr. Kenneth E. Davis Mitchell Van Yahres
1969
1970 Francis H. Fife Charles Barbour
1971
1972 George Gilliam Jill Rinehart
1973
1974
1975
1976 Laurence Brunton Ed Gatewood Nancy K. O'Brien
1977
1978 Frank Buck Thomas E. Albro
1979
1980 Elizabeth Gleason John Conover E. G. Hall
1981
1982 Mary Alice Gunter
1983
1984 Lindsay Barnes
1985
1986 Darden Towe
1987
1988 Elizabeth "Bitsy" Waters Alvin Edwards Tom Vandever
1989
1990 Kay Slaughter David Toscano
1991
1992 Virginia Daugherty
1993
1994
1995
1996 Maurice Cox Meredith Richards
1997
1998 Blake Caravati
1999
2000 Kevin Lynch
2001
2002 Rob Schilling
2003
2004 Kendra Hamilton David Brown
2005
2006 Dave Norris Julian Taliaferro
2007
2008 Satyendra Huja Holly Edwards
2009
2010 Kristin Szakos
2011
2012 Kathy Galvin Deirdre “Dede” Smith
2013
2014 Bob Fenwick
2015
2016 Wes Bellamy Mike Signer
2017
2018 Nikuyah Walker Heather Hill
2019
2020
2021

1900 – 1950 forms of government

  • Common council with twelve members elected by district (four wards). Elected at-large mayor; council president mayor pro tempore.
  • Bicameral council elected by district (four wards); four aldermen and eight councilmen. Elected at-large mayor; council president mayor pro tempore. All duties of an executive or administrative character were performed by several council committees under ordinance.
  • Mayor-Business Manager: At-large elected Mayor also served as Business Manager; all duties of an executive or administrative character were discharged exclusively by the Municipal Business Manager; committees acting in an advisory capacity. Legislative council with twelve members elected by district (four wards).
  • Commission form of city government: (as known as the Galveston Plan) composed of three at-large elected members of the city council (commissioners); one commissioner was designated to function as president of the council or mayor.
  • Modified commission with five members of the city council; council president acting as mayor.
  • Modified city manager with five at-large elected members of the city council; council president acting as mayor.
  • (Straight) Council-manager form with five at-large elected members of the city council; council president acting as mayor.