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  • January 2Charlottesville City Council (1960-1962) unanimously adopted a new section of the city Building Code entitled: “Family Fallout Shelters”, which was offered at the meeting of the council on December 18, 1961. [1]
  • September 13 – Charlottesville School Board votes to recommend that City Council reinstate a compulsory school attendance law that had been suspended when schools were ordered to be desegregated. Many in Charlottesville continued to resist. [2]




  1. http://weblink.charlottesville.org/public/0/doc/196663/Page1.aspx
  2. Web. School Board to Urge Reinstating City Compulsory Attendance Law, Ruth Payne, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, September 14, 1962, retrieved September 15, 2022. Print. September 14, 1962 page 1.