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City Councilors Meet Privately to Discuss Lawsuit Regarding Ragged Mountain

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Councilors met in private on Oct. 8 Councilors met in private on Oct. 8
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) -

Charlottesville City Council met behind closed doors to focus on some key issues the city’s facing.

Councilors met for about an hour on Monday, October 8.

Per the agenda, councilors were set to discuss lawsuits against the city, potential acquisitions of property, and staff changes.

Those staff changes include the selection and hiring of a permanent city manager and a new city council chief of staff.

Before closing the door, councilors announced they would be discussing a potential acquisition of property near Reservoir Road in southern Albemarle County and a lawsuit between the city and county dating back to April 2017 over which entity has authority to make the rules for Ragged Mountain, which is land the city owns in county territory.

Councilors report that no decisions regarding particular agenda items were made, and they declined to discuss the matters further.

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