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Charlottesville Tomorrow Event
How does government currently work in Charlottesville?
Sunday, February 11
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Mark your calendar for two engaging, educational events on Charlottesville governance co-sponsored by Charlottesville Tomorrow and the League of Women Voters. 

How does government currently work in Charlottesville?
Sunday, February 11, 2018 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm 
Learn more and RSVP
Registration is optional.

Who?
Facilitators:

  • Andrea Douglas, Executive Director, Jefferson School African American Heritage Center
  • Brian Wheeler, Executive Director, Charlottesville Tomorrow

Panelists: 

  • Bitsy Waters, Charlottesville mayor, 1988-90
  • Charles Barbour, Charlottesville's first African-American mayor, 1974-76
  • Rich Schragger, UVA Law School professor
  • Tom Walls, Executive Director, Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership

Where?
Jefferson Madison Regional Library - Central Branch
 



How might Charlottesville be governed differently in the future?
Sunday, February 25, 2018 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm 
Learn more and RSVP

Who?
Facilitators: 

  • Andrea Douglas, Executive Director, Jefferson School African American Heritage Center
  • Bob Gibson, Senior Researcher, Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service

Panelists:

  • Bill Pantele, Richmond City Council, 2001-09
  • George Gilliam, Charlottesville City Council, 1972-76
  • Rich Schragger, UVA Law School professor
  • Joan MacCallum, first woman on Lynchburg City Council (1978 to 1994)

Where?
Jefferson Madison Regional Library - Central Branch

 

Location
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library Downtown
201 E. Market St
Charlottesville VA, 22902
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