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1. Charlottesville has stopped paying more than 200 temporary employees who were receiving paychecks throughout the pandemic although they weren’t able to work. Human Resources Director Michele Vineyard said specifically in Parks and Recreation there were 379 temporary employees covering 492 positions. Vineyard said 152 Parks and Recreation employees had worked or been scheduled to work in the March 14 to March 27 pay period. Those employees were paid through Aug. 22, costing the city an average of $26,339 per week and a total of $605,817. On Aug. 3, 90 temporary employees stopped receiving payments, primarily because “their roles were directly related to facilities that were closed,” Vineyard said.
2. Dairy Market announces three new tenants: Bee Conscious Baking Company, Springhouse Sundries and Manila Street.
3. UVA fraternities and sororities will host their spring recruitments virtually next semester.
4. College classes were moved online, extracurriculars were derailed, and the campus experience has been transformed because of the pandemic. But the price tag of a public college education in Virginia increased anyway. The average cost for an in-state student rose nearly 2% this year to $25,112.
5. Home sales jumped 9.4% in September.
6. Real estate in The Hamptons is absolutely on fire right now. The average sales price in the Hamptons soared 46% in the quarter to just over $2 million, according to a report from Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel. The surge in the Hamptons came as hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers fled the city during the coronavirus pandemic and searched for homes with more space and fewer neighbors.
7. OBJ banned by LSU for two years for giving $2,000 in cash to four Tigers football players on the field after the team’s 42-25 victory over Clemson in the CFP National Championship game on Jan. 13.
8. GMC releases an electric version of the Hummer for $112,595. The “Super Truck” is slated for delivery Fall, 2021. 350-mile range.
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