Tag: town hall
Del. Steve Landes, R-Weyers Cave, will hold three town hall meetings as part his outreach initiative for residents of the 25th House District.
The Central Shenandoah Valley Office on Youth is hosting a town hall meeting at Wilson Middle School in Fishersville on Tuesday, Dec. 8, from 6-8 p.m. aiming to educate parents, youth and community members on the negative impacts of marijuana.
The Virginia Department of Transportation and Albemarle County are partnering to host a town hall meeting on tree-trimming work needed along the Route 22/Route 231 corridor from Shadwell to Gordonsville.
Governor Terry McAuliffe has announced that the Virginia Cyber Security Commission will host a series of five town hall meetings across the Commonwealth. The town halls are designed to both inform the public on the work of the Commission and also gather stakeholder input.
Town Hall wrote this week on the recent Jim Webb news regarding payments from his Born Fighting PAC to family members with the suggestion that the news bit could have come from Team Clinton’s oppo research efforts.
Our Town Charlottesville, a series of town hall style meetings in all of Charlottesville’s neighborhoods, will begin again on Thursday, October 9 with a meeting for residents of the Belmont and Carlton neighborhoods.
Albemarle County Supervisors are hosting town hall meetings to discuss the Route 29 Solutions Package.
Today, Governor McAuliffe, Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson, and Secretary of Commerce and Trade Maurice Jones hosted a statewide, virtual town hall on Technology-based Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Virginia.
“Our Town Charlottesville,” a series of town hall style meetings in all of Charlottesville’s neighborhoods, will begin again on Thursday with a meeting for residents of the Fifeville, Starr Hill, 10th & Page, Orangedale, West Haven and Blue Ridge Commons neighborhoods.
Albemarle County Supervisors Ken Boyd and Brad Sheffield are hosting a town hall meeting to discuss the Route 29 Improvements, specifically relating to the connection between Berkmar Drive and Ashwood Boulevard.
The Virginia Organizing Harrisonburg Chapter will gather at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church on Wednesday, July 30 to march to U.S. Representative Bob Goodlatte’s Harrisonburg office in support of comprehensive immigration reform.
On Wednesday, May 28, U.S. Sen. Mark Warner will kick off the “Working Together” tour, highlighting his plans for finding bipartisan solutions that ensure everyone has a fair shot at success.
Eric Cantor is displaying textbook election year politics – the hallmark of a career politician. Where has Eric been on amnesty? He has repeatedly supported measures designed to legalize those who are here illegally. That is amnesty in the purest form.
Last night in Waynesboro, Republican Delegate Dickie Bell held a town hall with Koch Brother funded Americans for Prosperity.
Master Magician Peter Monticup will host an evening of prestidigitation by professional magicians. Illusions, mind-reading, transformations and teleportation will all be performed by an all-star cast. This evening of wonder and amazement is family friendly and will be Saturday, April 12th at 7:30 pm at WTA’s Gateway, 329 West Main in downtown Waynesboro.
The General Assembly adjourned on Saturday, March 8th. The state budget, however, remains to be finalized.
Medicaid expansion was a pressing issue last year and it’s an even more consequential issue this year. My office has received several inquiries from constituents on the status of Medicaid expansion in Virginia and where I stand on the issue.
WHAT: Congressman Perriello invites all Fifth District constituents to dial in to a telephone town hall meeting on health care reform. Constituents will have an opportunity to ask questions of the congressman and to express concerns. The call is free and participants may dial in at any time. This is the third telephone town hall […]
Let me make this clear – if I’m Jim Webb or Mark Warner, I’m not letting a tea-party guy set up a health-care town hall for me, because I’d know what was really being set up – an ambush. That said, and I have a hard time believing that I’m going to agree with David […]