Citizens Committee for City-County Cooperation

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The Citizens Committee for City-County Cooperation (the 5Cs) was founded in 1980 to campaign for an innovative way to prevent further annexation of Albemarle County by Charlottesville[1].

The group reformulated at the end of the 1990s and has been involved in issues related to City-County relations including Fire-Rescue consolidation.

In 2008 the 5Cs were involved in stimulating a conversation on the idea of creating a Transfer of Development Rights system in the county.[2].

Members

The 5Cs does not publish a membership list. The 5Cs are facilitated by Leigh B. Middleditch, Jr., an attorney at McGuireWoods[1].

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 'What are the 5Cs?', Brian Wheeler, Charlottesville Tomorrow, December 13, 2006
  2. 'Slutzky renews effort to create a Transfer of Development Rights program in Albemarle' , Charlottesville Tomorrow, August 4, 2008