On January 18, 2007,
Advocates for a Sustainable Albemarle Population
(ASAP), held their monthly meeting at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Charlottesville. The topic was Albemarle County’s consideration of a
Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) program
as a growth management tool.
has prepared a
of this very informative panel discussion on TDRs.
The panel members included Supervisor
of the Rio District, Supervisor
of the Jack Jouett District,
, Professor Emeritus in Environmental Planning at the University of Virginia, and
, Field Officer with the
Piedmont Environmental Council
. About 35 members of the public were in attendance for the forum moderated by ASAP President,
Dennis Rooker’s audience handout
This program by
is broken into
two 1-hour recordings
. In this first part, we begin with the welcome and introductions by Jack Marshall. The panelist presentations in this portion include Rich Collins, David Slutzky, and Jeff Werner.
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In this second part, we begin with the presentation by the fourth panelist Supervisor Dennis Rooker. This is followed by the panel’s discussion, and audience questions.
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