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Coast to Coast with George Noory
If you were driving near Rio Rd. E. on Saturday, you probably saw clouds of smoke or smelled a fire. As it turns out, there was no reason to worry.
The Seminole Trail Volunteer Fire Department held a training session where fire crews worked on fire evolution and fire attack training. A developer donated an empty home for the department to set on fire and train on.
Charlottesville Tomorrow reports that the Senior Center is hoping to build a new $20 million facility to serve the aging population of central Virginia.
The Senior Center has purchased six acres of land in the Belvedere neighborhood and is starting to raise the funds to build a new facility three time’s larger than the center’s current Pepsi Place location.
The Senior Center executive director told Charlottesville Tomorrow that a schedule is yet to be set for the project.