Albemarle supervisors are plowing through the county's upcoming spending plan. Thursday, supervisors tackled the Capital Improvement Program.
The proposed plan stands at more than $107 million. That money would fund the Crozet Library, Ivy Fire Station and Police firearms training facility.
There are $118 million in unfunded projects, including a Pantops fire station and seven school renovations.
Another work session is slated for Monday.
A series of town hall-style meetings for Charlottesville's neighborhoods will continue on May 23 with a meeting for residents of the Martha Jefferson and Little High neighborhoods.