Charlottesville Right Now– Coy talks water with Dede Smith

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Sep 292010
 

Coy discusses the latest developments for the community water plan with Dede Smith of Citizens for a Sustainable Water Supply.

Charlottesville Right Now– Dave Norris talks the latest in water with Coy

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Sep 232010
 

09.23.10
The Mayor of Charlottesville, Dave Norris, joins Coy Barefoot to discuss the latest developments in the community water supply debate.

Charlottesville–Right Now: Mayor Dave Norris talks goats and more with Coy

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Sep 092010
 

09.09.10
Goats, water, pedestrian safety, and Sundays in the park: the latest in Charlottesville from Mayor Dave Norris.

Charlottesville—Right Now! with Coy Barefoot: Dave Norris

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Jan 062010
 

Mayor Dave Norris (image courtesy Charlottesville Tomorrow)

This week, Dave Norris was elected by City Council to serve as Mayor for a second term. He joined Coy Barefoot to talk about the upcoming year in local government.

Charlottesville-Right Now: Brian Wheeler

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May 122009
 

Brian Wheeler, Executive Director of Charlottesville Tomorrow joined Charlottesville Right Now to discuss growth and development issues. This week on the show:

  • The reconstruction of the Downtown Mall is complete, and Brian says he is impressed by the work. (C-Ville Weekly)
  • City Democrats select Dave Norris and Kristin Szakos as their nominees for City Council. Incumbent Julian Taliaferro came in third. (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
  • County Democrats have nominated Madison Cummings as their candidate for the Samuel Miller District. (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
  • County Republicans will announce two candidates who are running for the Samuel Miller District. (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
  • Supervisor Dennis Rooker is currently unopposed, but has raised over $66,000 (Virginia Public Access Project)
  • Brian announces cvillepedia, Charlottesville Tomorrow’s new encyclopedia on community and local government (cvillepedia)

Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris on Facebook, the Meadowcreek Parkway and affordable housing

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Jan 082009
 

Dave Norris

Dave Norris

On Monday, January 5th 2009, Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris joined Charlottesville Right Now to talk about City Council’s agenda for the coming year. They begin that talk by discussing their mutual discovery of Facebook and then move on to Forrest Marshall’s request to rename the Meadowcreek Parkway after John Warner. Norris is a staunch opponent of the road and says it would be disingenuous to weigh in on what it should be called. Coy and Norris then move on to having a philosophical discussion of affordable housing, workforce development and the City’s upcoming budget cycle. Norris said that the City will not need to raise its property taxes this year.

Dave Norris and PACEM

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Nov 162008
 

On the November 9th edition of WNRN’s Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call, Rick Moore talks with Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris in his capacity as Executive Director of People and Congregations Engaged in Ministry (PACEM), an interfaith collaboration of congregations and community partners in Charlottesville dedicated to help the homeless find shelter at night, especially during the cold winter months. Dave talks about what PACEM and other area groups are doing to address the homeless problem, and he and Rick look forward to a new policies from the Obama administration.