The City Council is looking for three citizens to serve on a Code Audit and Streets That Work advisory committee. Applications will be accepted by the City Clerk until November 21st. If you are interested in offering comments about the Streets That Work plan (what makes a street work well? what leads to a street not working so well? what do you think would improve your commute?), please consider attending a project meeting with staff at the Neighborhood Development Services conference room in City Hall on December 2, 2014 between 5-6:30 pm.
The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Unitarian Universalist will host the Eyes Wide Open Exhibit sponsored by the Charlottesville Center for Peace and Justice on Sunday, November 9, 2014. The exhibit has been created by the American Friends Service Committee and is a powerful and silent display of the costs of war. Members of the church have volunteered to supervise the exhibit and to talk with those who come to see it, but there will be members of the Charlottesville Center for Peace and Justice present as well.