Some employees of Virginia’s fast food restaurants say they can’t survive on their minimum age jobs. Workers at a burger joint in Arlington took a break from serving food Thursday to complain about their pay. Shemethia Butler says she feels trapped in a low paying job. The National Federation of Independent Business says this is a bad time for restaurant workers to issue demands. It says employers are wrestling with health care issues, and new regulations. The minimum wage has been $7.25 per hour since July 2009.
Police will be redirecting traffic through Friday.
Questions included what are the county and its school districts' top financial priorities.
The group cites laws on the use of drones and license plate data.
The Albemarle supervisors are considering adding stagnant water to the county nuisance ordinance.