Hawes Spencer, founder and editor of The Hook, has won statewide journalism awards for his reporting on Central Virginia’s water supply debate and he joins Coy Barefoot on Charlottesville Right Now.
8.23.10- Brian Wheeler, Executive Director of Charlottesville Tomorrow, joins Coy live in studio. Today’s topics include the Albemarle School System, Albemarle County’s budget, Citizens for A Sustainable Water Supply Plan Press Conference, and the proposal for the new Downtown Mall in Crozet.
7.19.10- Dede Smith, a representative for the group Citizens for a Sustainable Water Supply Plan, talked with Coy Barefoot about Dredging the Rivanna River. The latest reports will be announce tomorrow night at City Council.
6.23.10- Brian Wheeler, the executive director of Charlottesville Tomorrow, gives Coy the latest news on growth and development in the community. Today’s topics include the latest dredging news and what will happen with the re-zoning of Albemarle Place.
Richard Lloyd and Dede Smith talk with Coy and respond to The Daily Progress’s June 16th Article. The article states that dredging would be more expensive than building a new Ragged Mountain dam, but Dede Smith and Richard Lloyd argue the plan leaves out many of the costs and would use more water than Charlottesville actually needs.