Albemarle County joined Charlottesville in abandoning its celebration of a holiday that honors two generals of the Confederate Army.
Wednesday, supervisors voted to drop Lee-Jackson Day as a holiday for county employees, and replace it with Veterans Day.
Last year, the Charlottesville City Council voted to replace Lee-Jackson Day with Veterans Day as a holiday for city employees.
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