Reporter Courteney Stuart & News Editor Elliott Robinson Joined Jerry Miller On The I ❤️ CVille Show!


Courteney Blum Stuart, reporter at CBS19 News: Charlottesville News First, & Elliott D. Robinson, news editor at Charlottesville Tomorrow, joined me on The I Love CVille Show to discuss current events in Charlottesville!

We analyzed the following today on the show:
(1). The affordable housing crisis in CVille (in particular the 56% of R1 zoning in Charlottesville and how its impacting the housing ecosystem).
(2). The City Council race, including Mayor Nikuyah J Walker’s commentary on Lloyd Snook, a candidate for City Council.
(3). The future of The Fashion Square Mall and Albemarle Square Shopping Center.
(4). The development plans for the K-Mart Shopping Center.
(5). The University of Virginia and its role within Charlottesville and Central Virginia.

I thoroughly enjoyed this interview and the insight Courteney and Elliott provided today.

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