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

  • Brian congratulates the Albemarle High School boy’s relay team for breaking the junior world record in the 4×800, set at the Penn Relays (Daily Progress)
  • The three City Democrats running for City Council recently appeared at a candidates’ forum sponsored by Charlottesville Tomorrow and the Free Enterprise Forum (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
  • The new daily train from Lynchburg to Washington, D.C. will start operating in October, but the schedule may make the journey a lot less appealing to people who want to do business there. (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
  • Upgrades for the Moores Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant will be cheaper than expected, but will still cost $40.3 million. The goal is to reduce the amount of nutrients that are released from the plant into the watershed. (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
  • Albemarle County Service Authority defers decision on approving a dredging feasibility study (Charlottesville Tomorrow)


Commonwealth of Virginia Lt. Governor, Bill Bolling, joined Charlottesville Right Now to discuss Virginia politics and his re-election campaign.


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

  • New candidates for Supervisor and City Council! City Democrats will hold an “unassembled caucus” on May 9. Madison Cummings will run for the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors’ seat currently held by Sally Thomas, as reported by Charlottesville Tomorrow. Independents have until June 9 to get on the ballot, and there is one independent candidate who is exploring this possibility.  City Republicans have not scheduled a nominating caucus.
  • Downtown Mall renovations are moving along well, and are on track to finish by the end of April
  • City Council discusses capital budget; Planning Commission’s call to cut Meadowcreek Parkway funding is omitted (Charlottesville Tomorrow)
  • An update on the Whole Foods planned for the corner of Hillsdale Drive Extended and Hydraulic


Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell joined Coy on the October 8, 2008 edition of WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now!” to discuss Tuesday’s presidential debate, the rapid approach of Election Day, as well as his bid to become the next Governor of Virginia.


State Senator Ken Cuccinelli (R-37) joins Coy Barefoot on WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now!” to talk about his upcoming run for Attorney General in 2009. Cuccinelli is the only remaining Republican from Northern Virginia in the Virginia Senate, and in this show from April 3, 2008, he explains why he plays for the GOP team.

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