Augusta County's elected treasurer, who had been accused of drinking and driving, has been convicted of a lesser charge.
Richard Homes, 61, pleaded guilty Thursday afternoon to reckless driving. He was given a suspended sentence.
A state trooper said he stopped Homes on Interstate 81 in Rockingham County last October because he was driving slowly and weaving.
Homes will have to take an alcohol safety course and can drive only to and from work, for the next six months.
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.