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2002 Annual Conference, Charlottesville

September 27, 2002 - September 28, 2002
City of Charlottesville

2002 Conference Program Booklet


Charlottesville, the hometown of the University of Virginia (UVA) was the site of the third state conference, where 205 participants gathered to focus on the theme “Neighborhoods: Our Greatest Assets.”

The Conference began with an “Old Fashion” style Town Hall Meeting which provided neighborhood activist an opportunity to share neighborhood successes and challenges as well as pass on their experiences in solving issues. Featured speakers included William R. Morrish, Architect in Urban Design and author of Planning To Stay and William Curtis Randolph, Neighborhood and Leisure Services Director with the City of Norfolk.