Charlottesville Taking Applications for Towing Advisory Board
Charlottesville is moving forward with plans to create a new towing advisory board. The city is currently accepting applications for appointment.
The six-member board will include two police officials, two towing operators, and two members of the general public. It was created to address a series of complaints about unfair towing practices.
Charlottesville Assistant City Manager David Ellis said, "I think we're looking for folks who are vested in the Charlottesville community wanting to ensure that the quality of life continues to grow, and we're looking for people who can objectively look at the issue facing towing operators in the community and strike a balance."
You have until July 13 to apply. Click here to learn more about the application process.
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