YIR- Resolutions: Hot Seat sitters look to 2010
Our Hot Seat sitters made news through 2009, and at year's end they're looking 2010 with resolutions to make it even better.
Tim Reid, actor best known as Venus Flytrap in WKRP in Cincinnati and author of new book Tim and Tom: An America Comedy in Black and White
"Be a man of better character."
Cynthia Neff, 2009 challenger for Delegate Rob Bell's 58th District seat
"With the General Assembly going in to session in January, my first resolution will be to keep track of all legislation and stay involved."
Ray Robertson, Staunton Commonwealth's Attorney
"Just to be a good husband, father, and prosecutor. It's what I am."
Lee Richards, Charlottesville Commissioner of Revenue
"Spend more time with family and enjoy life more. I work a lot."
Kristin Szakos, newly elected Charlottesville City Councilor
"I tend to make resolutions all year, rather than just doing it January 1. My most recent one is to spend time with my mom."
Lt. Todd Hopwood, public information officer for Albemarle County Police Department
"I'm going to reconnect with old friends. I was in Berlin in the Army when the wall fell, and I'm going back in March for a fall-of the-Berlin-Wall reunion with people I haven't seen in 20 years."
Rodney Thomas, newly elected Albemarle County Supervisor
"To keep the tax rate as low as we can. I happen to be in a position to help do something about it."