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Tie-breaker: Fenwick pulls ahead by 5 in council race
Published on Jun 14th, 2013
4 comments Three days after the June 11 Democratic primary and an unprecedented tie for one of two City Council nominations, Wes Bellamy and Bob Fenwick learned who will join incumbent Kristin Szakos on the...
Nail-biter: Fenwick has 3-vote lead in ballot count-- for now
Published on Jun 12th, 2013
9 comments Normally the light-turnout primary race for City Council would have been decided Tuesday night shortly after the polls closed at 7pm. Instead, an unprecedented tie for second place has candidates Wes...
Bob Fenwick, small-business candidate
Published on May 7th, 2013
0 comments City Council candidate Bob Fenwick wants the plight of small businesses and nonprofits to be represented on council. "Many times City Council and city staff appear to treat businesses as a source of...
Wasted gateway: How the City (mis)treats the Belmont Bridge
Published on Apr 19th, 2012
45 comments Related stories: • Belmont vortex: Vision vs. reality in Belmont Bridge debate • Have you used the Belmont Bridge lately? • 7,000 new cars: CSX stocks up for tripled coal exports • Git 'er blocked:...
Pond
Published on Oct 27th, 2011
0 comments Independent candidate for Charlottesville City Council, Bob Fenwick, addresses news media following his endorsement by the Piedmont Group of the Sierra Club. A week later, October 25, the dredging...
Burned and bypassed: Rock Hill has a ghost of a garden
Published on Nov 4th, 2010
6 comments Schenk's Branch fed into a gold fish pond on the Rock Hill property before the 250 By-pass cut through. PHOTO COURTESY DANIEL BLUESTONE As platoons of volunteers uncover the old bones of the Rock...
Fenwick puts on another dredge fest
Published on Jan 22nd, 2010
12 comments The former City Council candidate with the engineering degree has decided to put on another public information session on the value of dredging the Rivanna Reservoir instead of spending over a...
Free Peter: Fenwick rallies support for recycler
Published on Dec 16th, 2009
52 comments Betty Mooney and Bob Fenwick called on the community to support recycler Peter Van der Linde in his legal fight with the Waste Authority PHOTO BY DAVE MCNAIR At the Downtown Mall’s Free Speech...
Single shot: Can an independent win Council seat?
Published on Oct 27th, 2009
51 comments Independent Bob Fenwick wants to defy the odds and get on City Council. FILE PHOTO BY HAWES SPENCER Independent City Council candidate Bob Fenwick is getting a lot of buzz– and support from a...
Fenwick defends Van der Linde
Published on Oct 20th, 2009
8 comments “This is a monumental waste of time and money," says Bob Fenwick of the Waste Authority's lawsuit against Peter Van der Linde, seen here on the trolley Van der Linde uses to give school tours of his...
Candidate Fenwick satirizes dredge studies
Published on Oct 13th, 2009
1 comments With local governments preparing to spend six-figure sums just to study dredging the silt-choked Rivanna Reservoir, independent City Council candidate Bob Fenwick has satirized the consulting process...
Free studies: Firm, Fenwick urge market dredgings
Published on Oct 2nd, 2009
14 comments Council candidate Bob Fenwick and Blue Ridge Sand principal Mitch King urge market solutions. PHOTOS BY HAWES SPENCER A politician's press conference touting the benefits of mud and a five-year-old...
Fish jump: but red herrings filleted at dredge test
Published on Sep 4th, 2009
39 comments "Somebody's gonna make a good living out of doing a company and offering this service," said Fenwick Friday. PHOTO BY HAWES SPENCER After years of talk, someone has finally taken action on dredging...
Snow softens: Only Fenwick is jonesin' for dredging
Published on Aug 14th, 2009
24 comments Snow accepts acclaim and umbrella from dredge fan Betty Mooney at the May 26 Republican event. PHOTO BY HAWES SPENCER Where do the candidates stand on dredging? In the county, Duane Snow appears to...
McIntire softball-saver runs for Council
Published on May 17th, 2009
6 comments Bob Fenwick, the man credited for rallying citizens and saving the Dewey D.S. Shiflett softball fields at McIntire Park, now says he's running for City Council on a stop-the-Meadowcreek Parkway...
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