Albemarle and Charlottesville boundary disputes
Under the terms of the 1982 Revenue Sharing Agreement between the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County, unilateral annexation efforts by the city are prohibited in exchange for a share of the county's revenue. Over the years, the city of Charlottesville and Albemarle County have had many disputes over boundaries;
- In the late 1990's, there was also talk of a City-County reversion to shift the independent city of Charlottesville to "town " statue, that effort concluded in late 1999.
- A referendum was held on March 3, 1970 on the issue of merging the city and county into one entity. However, it was defeated 2 to 1 by city voters and 4 to 1 by county voters. The next year the city drew up plans to annex 11.3 square miles of county land. In September a judge would deny the petition. In 1972, the city asked for 12.1 square miles but were again denied.
- The 1916 annexation order took into the city the residence of R. H. Wood, rendering him unable to run for re-election to the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors in the 1920 election. On January 5, 1920, at their semi-annual meeting (held the first Monday of January), the County Board of Supervisors chose Hollis Rinehart for the Chairmanship to succeed Mr. Wood.
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- Web. Charlottesville City Council meeting minutes, .pdf, Council Chambers, City of Charlottesville, 20 Dec. 1999.
- Print: The Seventies: Central Virginia Ends Decade of Joy and Tragedy, Doug Kamholz, Daily Progress, Worrell Newspaper group January 1, 1980, Page A1.
- Web. Mr. Rinehart Chairman of County Board, Daily, Daily Progress Digitzed Microfilm, University of Virginia Library, January 6, 1920, retrieved June 28, 2015.