Heather Hill for City Council

REasonable Voice Podcast

5/29/2017

 

NEWSPLEX

5/3/2017

 

 

DAILY PROGRESS

5/3/2017

 

C-Ville

3/2/2017

 

 

CAVALIER DAILY

2/28/2017

 


NEWSPLEX

2/22/2017




DAILY PROGRESS

2/13/2017

 

 

"And if the primary is successful, and I hope it is, I'm going right back out there... I'm going to broaden the net...I cast in terms of who I talk to.  The goal between now and the primary was to knock on the doors of what represented 3,100 people.  If I am successful in the primary, the goal will be to reach out to even more people...what I've learned in this first phase is just the beginning."

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"Housing I think is a stretch both for the lower income residents and the working class. I think that we need to focus on how we subsidize or support existing housing structures so we can leverage those properties in a way that they can be used by the people who need them most," said Hill, who currently serves as the President of the North Downtown Residents Association.

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“As we’re looking at the vision [for the city], we need make sure we’re addressing our needs,” Hill said. “We also need to consider when we’re abutting neighborhoods with some of these higher growth areas that we have a transition.

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“I have the experience to serve this city,” she says. “I am energized at the idea of making Charlottesville a better place for all who call it home. We need a city that is responsive to the needs of the community. We need a city that is efficient in how it uses its limited resources. And we need a city that establishes clear priorities and is accountable for getting them done.”

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“I see the U.Va. Student Council as an important constituent in our community,” Hill said. “Its purpose is to ‘protect and improve the rights, opportunities and quality of life of every student’ which should be a shared purpose for our City’s leadership. I am committed to engaging Student Council and the broader U.Va. community to ensure it is.”

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"It's really to listen to voices throughout the community and understand the issues that people are facing in all corners of the city," said Hill. "And engage is for us to work within our community to engage the right resources to solve those problems so we can move forward and act on those."

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"This decision is not one I have taken lightly as I know serving as a member of council is an important and significant endeavor,” she said. “It has become clear to me, however, that the time to step up is now.  This will be our home for decades to come, and I am eager to apply my skills, my energy, my passion and my commitment to our local needs to create an environment where everyone can thrive.”  Hill, who returned to live in Charlottesville in 2009, is married and has three children.

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