Other businesses have taken similar approaches and have said they will deny services to attendees of the Unite the Right rally.
Members of the National Socialist Movement march through downtown Newnan en route to their April rally at Greenville Street Park.
On Friday night, chalk messages and flowers lined the area where Heather Heyer was killed a year ago. But scuffles continued, and the violence culminated when a auto plowed into a group of counterprotesters, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer.
In the year since Charlottesville, there has been resistance from the Republican- controlled state legislature to let cities remove Confederate monuments, which is a key issue in Charlottesville (2017 file photo).
In Charlottesville, a Robert E. Lee statue was covered by a tarp and then removed numerous times. A group of white nationalists had also descended onto Charlottesville for the rally.
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In downtown Charlottesville, Va., authorities are limiting vehicle and pedestrian traffic, dozens of police in riot gear are patrolling a park in the city's center and some residents have left town in case the weekend turns violent.
Within this area, vehicular access will be prohibited nearly entirely, with only a few exceptions for downtown residents. An investigation by a former United States attorney found a lack of planning, poor communication and a passive response by law enforcement added to last year's chaos.
Wheeler added, "We've integrated our communications systems with the Virginia State Police and we've learned some real lessons about how to secure our downtown and especially what is now called Market Street Park".
Elle Reeve, a journalist for Vice News who filmed a viral documentary on the white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville, Virginia, last summer, says neo-Nazis continue to recognize her in public and make themselves known.
After last year's protests, debates erupted on whether or not Confederate monuments should be removed.
The police chief said he wants a day in which "Nobody gets injured and nothing gets broke".
"I will not serve anyone who has any kind of hate in their heart or obvious hate on this weekend or ever", Chef Brian Hill said.
"I sat in a closed session briefing probably two months ago about Charlottesville with the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, amongst others, and asked if Russian inter-meddling had to do with fomenting the flames of what happened in Charlottesville", Garett, a member of the House Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs committees, said on CNN's "Newsroom". This website is not intended for users located within the European Economic Area.