Monthly Archives: October 2011

Something Must Be Done- Cville’s Affordable Housing Crisis

The following is a statement, or a speech rather at a press conference on Oct. 27th in the Westhaven neighborhood. Friends- something must be done about our housing crisis, and make no mistake it is a crisis.   As I … Continue reading

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Press Conference Thursday 10/27- Affordable Housing Crisis

if you support affordable housing and my campaign for City Council feel free to attend! Press Conference Advisory: from: Brandon Collins for City Council (434) 249-3312 brandoncollins@comcast.net when: Thursday, October 27, 1 p.m. where: Westhaven Community Center, 803 Hardy Drive subject: Affordable … Continue reading

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Responses to National Organization of Women Questionnaire

contact Brandon Collins (434) 249-3312 brandoncollins@comcast.net    facebook    Here are my responses to the Charlottesville Chapter of the National Organization of Women survey of candidates. Most of the focus is on statewide issues, which makes it harder to articulate … Continue reading

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Where I Stand- links and more

contact Brandon!   brandoncollins@comcast.net   (434) 249-3312 facebook People all over the country are in the streets and demanding a better world that places human needs over corporate greed. I wholeheartedly endorse the #occupy movement, and have participated, and will … Continue reading

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Occupy DC- I’m Going, See You There?

Hi friends! I’ll be out of town until Saturday night, give me a ring if you are heading to DC to help occupy! There should be a sustained presence in DC for weeks, I hope many of you will consider spending … Continue reading

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Letter to the Daily Progress- regarding Chamber of Commerce and Poverty

I have sent this to the Daily Progress in response to their recent article on the Greater Charlottesville Area Development Corporation report on poverty in Charlottesville. I could have written pages on how ridiculous the proposal made by the Chamber … Continue reading

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