On April 20, the Charlottesville city council voted in favor of a citywide moratorium on rent increases.

In the end, the council voted 7-0 to make the change a requirement of all new contracts.

That means that the city of Charlottesville will no longer be able to increase the rent of rental cars from $100 per month to $160 per month.

The city also decided to allow all residents to rent cars at a discounted rate.

The council’s move is expected to bring in about $500,000 per year for the city.

The mayor said the city will still be able rent cars, but not for the purpose of making money.

“We will still have the option to rent vehicles for the most basic purpose,” the mayor said.

“The only exception is that we can only rent vehicles that are not currently being used.”

The city has been trying to increase rental rates for more than a year.

During that time, the city has had several tenants that had been evicted because of the high cost of renting cars.

That included a man who had been paying $50 per month for a rental car, and a woman who had to pay $250 a month because she had to find another apartment.

After the council passed the moratorium, there was a lot of pressure on the city to increase rents.

In August, Mayor Mike Signer told a radio station that he thought it would be good for the community if there were more people who would rent cars.

“There’s a real demand for the cars,” he said.

The new moratorium means that if you’re looking for a place to live in Charlottesville, you can expect to pay a lower rent than you used to.

The current citywide limit is $100 for rent.

Renting a car with the current moratorium doesn’t mean that you’ll be able buy a car.

The only thing that will make renting a car cheaper will be the fact that you will not have to rent the car out at the same time that you rent it.

“I think that there will be more and more people finding ways to rent,” Rentrak senior economist Joe Stiglitz told the Associated Press.

“It’s a great example of a local ordinance that will actually make the rental market better.”