Sunday Morning Wake-up Call host Rick Moore asks local residents about their memories of the August 11/12, 2017 Unite The Right Rally in Charlottesville, and about their plans for August 12th this year. Participating in today’s broadcast (in order of appearance): Clara, Walter Heinecke, Lisa Provence, Christina Rivera, Eze Amos, Cynthia Neff, Lynn Windsor, John Herrmann and Dave Norris.
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Sunday Morning Wake-up Call host Rick Moore talks with former Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris about Equity and Progress in Charlottesville (EPIC), an organization that believes that Charlottesville can demand better of our elected officials in serving the public and in meeting the needs of our community.
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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.
King Peggielene Bartels speaking in Charlottesville’s City Council Chambers on March 23, 2012.
Peggielene Bartels and Eleanor Herman (King Peggy: An American Secretary, Her Royal Destiny, and the Inspiring Story of How She Changed an African Village) discuss how Peggielene became King of the seaside village of Otuam, Ghana. Her village is near Charlottesville’s sister city, Winneba, Ghana. Listen as King Peggy charms the audience in Charlottesville’s City Council Chambers.
Following the presentation questions were taken from the audience. The program was introduced by former Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris.
Peggielene Bartels, author of King Peggy, was born in Ghana and moved to Washington, D.C., in her early twenties to work at Ghana’s embassy. In 2008, she became King of Otuam, a Ghanaian village. She lives in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Eleanor Herman, co-author of King Peggy, has written three books of women’s history, including the New York Times bestseller Sex with Kings and Sex with the Queen. Her profile of Peggy was a cover story for the Washington Post Magazine.
Dave Norris is the current Executive Director of the Charlottesville Institute for University-Community Engagement. He is a charter member of the Charlottesville-Winneba Sister City Committee, a former Mayor and current member of Charlottesville’s City Council.
2.23.11 Mayor of the City of Charlottesville Dave Norris joins Coy to discuss the Meadowcreek Parkway lawsuit press conference. Mayor Norris also talks about issues pertaining to environmental upkeep in the area.
2.7.11 Mayor of the City of Charlottesville Dave Norris joins Coy to discuss tonight’s City Council Meeting. First on the agenda- for today’s interview at least- is the water supply plan including the issue of dredging. In addition, Mayor Norris touches on a bidding war over a piece of land in Charlottesville and talks about what else will be up for debate at tonight’s meeting.
1.25.11 Mayor of the City of Charlottesville Dave Norris joins Coy to continue the conversation of the water supply plan. Mayor Norris spoke briefly with Coy last week about the recent vote which passed by a 3-2 margin in Charlottesville City Council for a new water supply plan, yet today he has a chance to respond in much greater detail. The Council had unanimously endorsed Mayor Norris’s phasing plan a couple of months ago, yet the tide has obviously turned.
1.19.11 Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris and Senior Editor of The HookHawes Spencer join Coy to discuss breaking news no the water supply plan. Last night, a motion asking for a brand new dam at Ragged Mountain passed in the Charlottesville City Council meeting. Hawes was present at the vote last night, and he says this plan is far more akin to the plan proposed by Albemarle County as oppossed to that which Norris was championing, and the merits of each proposal are considered. Last night’s vote seems to have caught the Mayor by surprise, and he reacts to the breaking news in today’s conversation. What does last night’s decision truly mean for the future of water in Charlottesville? Find out, here.
1.17.11 Mayor of the City of Charlottesville Dave Norris joins Coy to discuss the latest on the water supply plan. An important meeting will be held tomorrow between the Charlottesville City Council and the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors in an attempt to reach a compromise, and Mayor Norris previews what he expects to shake down tomorrow based on what he views to be the mindset of the County coming into the discussion. The meeting will be open to the public, as will tomorrow evening’s City County meeting. Will progress finally be made? Get Mayor Norris’s insights, here.
12.14.10 Mayor of the City of Charlottesville Dave Norris joins Coy to discuss all things water supply. This interview marks the first time in which Mayor Norris has had the opportunity to respond to Albemarle County’s recent letter to the DEQ saying they see no room for compromise on the 50-year water supply plan. Norris expresses his views on the needs for both city and county, and he also takes stock of the current situation. The ability to phase in the new approach is the question facing the Mayor’s ideas for renovation, but he feels the balance of low cost and low environmental impact should be enough reason to continue studying a better way.
11.22.10 City of Charlottesville Mayor Dave Norris joins Coy to discuss the recent deadline placed on the replacement for the Ragged Mountain Reservoir Dam by the state of Virginia. The Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board in Richmond wants a brand new dam. The alternative choice, which has been unanimously approved by the Charlottesville City Council, calls for an approach that will phase in expansions on the existing dam. Dede Smith from Citizens for a Sustainable Water Supply also chimes in with her thoughts.