Town Hall Meeting Considers US 29 Alternatives

Several hundred people attended the meeting held at Sutherland Middle School in Albemarle County Thursday.

Several hundred Charlottesville and Albemarle County residents turned up Thursday evening for a town hall meeting to discuss alternatives to the construction of a grade separated interchange at the intersection of Rio Road and US 29 in Albemarle County. The meeting was sponsored by Albemarle County Supervisor Ken Boyd and Smart29.

The meeting was held at Sutherland Middle School on January 29, 2015 and was hosted by Supervisor Boyd. Following the presentation, questions were taken from the audience.

Charlottesville–Right Now: Dede Smith joins Coy Barefoot

1.31.11 Citizens for a Sustainable Water Supply Plan’s Dede Smith joins Coy to discuss the latest on the water supply plan. In today’s conversation, Smith talks facts and figures surrounding the new addition to the dam at the Ragged Mountain Reservoir. According to the new information in place, extending the dam to 42 feet (as originally planned) instead of 30 feet (as was recently voted upon) is actually more financially prudent. Sound bites from an angry Ken Boyd at a recent Albemarle County Board of Supervisors meeting are also included. And finally, the question remains: to dredge or not to dredge?

Charlottesville–Right Now: Ken Boyd joins Coy Barefoot

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12.28.10 Member of the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Ken Boyd joins Coy to discuss a host of local issues. Boyd has recently been criticized over the back-and-forth over the new water plan, and he has a chance to respond in today’s conversation. The citizen callers, however, also have their chance to express their views to one of Albemarle’s highest public officials.

Charlottesville–Right Now: Harold Gebhardt joins Coy Barefoot

12.8.10 A member of the Forest Lakes Community Association citizens Harold Gebhardt joins Coy to discuss the recent flip-flop on the part of Ken Boyd from the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. The folks living in the area are trying to stop development in line with the Places29 plan, which would turn rural land into a new “big box” style retailer and over 150 homes.