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October 02, 2007

Councilor Kendra Hamilton discusses YMCA, Meadowcreek Parkway, on WINA

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Kendra Hamilton

Outgoing City Councilor Kendra Hamilton was a guest on WINA's Charlottesville Live morning program on October 2, 2007 as part of the radio station's Government Day. Hamilton is stepping down after one term on the Council, and spoke with hosts Rick Daniels and Jennifer Zajac about recent Council events, such as the Council's granting of a temporary construction easement to VDOT for the Meadowcreek Parkway. This recording by Charlottesville Tomorrow is produced with the permission of WINA.

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1:52 - Hamilton explains Council's vote for to grant a temporary construction easement for the Parkway
4:01 - Hamilton outlines why the vote is coming up now, and when the City Manager will sign over the easement
5:34 - Hamilton on City expectations of County transportation improvements
6:26 - Hamilton says many residents think of the Parkway as a "loaded gun" which will fire cars Downtown
8:24 - Hamilton on the YMCA-McIntire Park project
11:25 - Hamilton says the YMCA will not work at Piedmont Virginia Community College
13:00 - Hamilton gives her opinion on the plan to purchase surveillance cameras for downtown Charlottesville
15:56 - Hamilton on the 'surveillance society'

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