“The 3-3 balance or stalemate, depending on how you look at it, is now broken and potentially on a lot of issues, there’s a 4-2 majority with Ann Mallek coming on board,” Brian said. The new supervisor will be sworn in on January 1st.
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November 13 Update: Police have arrested two men in connection with the case. The Daily Progress has the story.
Northern Virginia is located in what the DOE considers a critical congestion area, which runs from the Washington, D.C., area to New York City. The DOE has the authority to designate land for these corridors, allowing utility companies to potentially acquire protected land to use for their transmission facilities. Experts representing a variety of views convened at the symposium to debate the issues that arise from building more high-voltage power lines in the state.
Read the rest of this entry on at the Rivanna Rambler blog.
Ã¢â‚¬Å“The Rivanna RamblerÃ¢â‚¬Â airs weekly from 11:55 am-noon on WTJU 91.1 and is produced and recorded by Leslie Middleton. This episode (#65) originally aired on November 8, 2007.
For more details on this event, including the candidates’ responses, please visit Charlottesville Tomorrow.
Candidates took questions on the impact of population growth on the community, how to slow traffic growth on the region’s roads, and how to protect the quality of ground and surface waters in Albemarle County.
The moderator is Len Schoppa, President of the Alliance for Community Choice in Transportation. The format for this forum was fairly unique. There were no opening or closing statements. After each of the three questions prepared by the organizers, Len Schoppa briefly summarized the ideas that he heard, and asked a follow-up question.
For a detailed timeline and list of questions and answers, please visit Charlottesville Tomorrow.
For a detailed list of questions and answers, as well as video, please visit Charlottesville Tomorrow for more information.
Democratic incumbent Lindsay Dorrier and independent challengers Kevin Fletcher and Denny King answered ten questions on land use, transportation, and growth in the County. The candidates also answered several questions submitted by members of the audience, ranging from ground water quality, the ethics of meeting with developers privately, and the amount of time it takes per week to serve on the Board of Supervisors.
For a full write-up on this event as well as video, visit Charlottesville Tomorrow