October 5

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Significant events that happened (or will happen) on October 5.


  • 1938 – Albemarle Circuit Court Judge Lemuel F. Smith rules that a public bond issue for a sewage disposal in the Fry's Spring Sanitary District was null and void because the referendum did not comply with state law. [1]
  • 1953Charlottesville City Council purchase a strip of land from Snow's Nursery for $750 to expand Water Street parking lot, accepted Branch Street into city road network and renamed it Sheridan Avenue, and discussed further restrictions on further hook-ups to natural gas. [2]




  1. Web. Bond Issue Poll for Fry's Spring Is Null and Void, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, October 5, 1938, retrieved October 3, 2022. Print. October 5, 1938 page 1.
  2. Web. Council Retains Gas Curbs, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, October 6, 1953, retrieved October 5, 2022. Print. October 6, 1953 page 1.

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