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Charlottesville Tomorrow is a non-partisan organization dedicated to informing public opinion and policy on land use, transportation, and community design issues to ensure sensible growth and to realize the best possible future for the Charlottesville-Albemarle area.
Rick talks with Sean Tubbs, senior reporter with Charlottesville Tomorrow, about the Rt. 29 Western Bypass.
Sean Tubbs joined Charlottesville Tomorrow in 2007 as its first Program Officer. Now Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Senior Reporter, Mr. Tubbs began his journalism career in 1992 while working for a Virginia Tech school newspaper. He transitioned to radio news and has worked at both non-profit and public radio stations in Virginia, including a stint as news director at WNRN. His 2001 documentary on Virginia’s Eugenics Movement won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award. Mr. Tubbs founded the Charlottesville Podcasting Network in 2005 where he pioneered the use of audio podcasts for public media in Central Virginia.
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Charlottesville Tomorrow held its first ever “community conversation” on January 10, 2011. Land use expert Ed McMahon with the Urban Land Institute delivered an hour long presentation about the connection between a community’s self-image and its economic performance. Read more at Charlottesville Tomorrow.
Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris joins the program to talk a variety of issues including the latest on the water supply plan and the future of the Martha Jefferson Hospital building. The interview starts with a discussion about red light cameras.
8.9.10- Richard Lloyd and Dede Smith give Coy an update on the 50 Year Water Supply Plan. Today’s topic includes discussion of the results of the latest study which shows that the Rivanna Dam is in better condition than it was assumed to be.
8.9.10- Brian Wheeler, Executive Director of Charlottesville Tomorrow, discusses his resignation from the Albemarle School Board with Coy Barefoot. Topics included Brian’s hopes for the future of the School Board.
8.3.10- Brian Wheeler, of Charlottesville Tomorrow, gives Coy a weekly update of growth and development. Today’s topics include Charlottesville effort to become three demensional on Google Earth, the water supply plan, RWSA, water conservation,and Albemarle Place.
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.
7.12.10- Brian Wheeler, of Charlottesville Tomorrow, updates Coy Barefoot on growth and development for the county. Topics include the best pie in the state, the Board of Supervisor’s Action Plan for economic growth, and possible traffic patterns for the 250 bypass and 29.