The next regular meeting of the Albemarle Board of Supervisors is not until June, but the six members will meet in closed session this Wednesday. Virginia’s open meetings laws allow for elected bodies to discuss certain matters without the public present.
The first is “to discuss or consider the acquisition of real property in the Rivanna Magisterial District.”
The second is “to consult with and be briefed by legal counsel regarding specific legal matters requiring legal advice relating to such acquisition.”
Immediately after the closed session, Supervisors will vote on a resolution to authorize purchase of property and assets. There are no further details but Supervisors will convene in Room 241 after this vote to hold a media briefing.
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