Wake Up Call: Affordable Housing

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Oct 062013
 

On the October 6th edition of the Wake Up Call, host Rick Moore talks about affordable housing in the City of Charlottesville.  Rick is joined by City Councilman, Dave Norris, the Vice President of  Southern Development, Charlie Armstrong and the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville, Dan Rosensweig.  Rick and his guests discuss the various options for affordable housing, criteria, policy and funding.

Charlottesville–Right Now: Coy talks about Charlottesville’s Homeless with Colleen Keller and Kaki Dimock

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Oct 262010
 

10.26.10 Colleen Keller of PACEM and Kaki Dimock of The Haven at First and Market discuss the issue of the Homeless with Coy. Is there a solution besides expanding shelters? Does the community care?

Mar 262009
 

Tonight is the last night that the PACEM shelter for the homeless will be open for the season. PACEM Executive Director and Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris joins Coy Barefoot on WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now!” to give listeners an update on how many people the shelter served this year. Originally expected to close on March 13, the season was extended thanks to the generosity of Debbie Pollack.

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.