Fifty-three percent of voters voted no on question one, while 47 percent of voters voted yes, according to an email from Fuller.
City officials presented at the meeting to receive more feedback prior to the creation of a second version of village center zoning maps.
Jewish lawyers largely came from the North, and they worked to dismantle legally enforceable racial segregation, according to the speaker.
The shop carries goods in bulk, and customers bring in their own reusable containers to fill up with the store’s products.
Customers sink into a cozy and homey atmosphere as they eat authentic Taiwanese dishes at Newtonville’s newest restaurant, Grandma’s Kitchen.
Newton residents will vote on three override questions regarding a proposed $15 million tax increase during a special election on March 14.
Mayor Fuller emphasized the importance of the upcoming override vote and reflected on the past year during her State of the City Address.
Several Black Virginians settled in Newton following the Civil War, including three families that formed a community known as the Village.