RISE CHARLOTTESVILLE PETITION SIGNING EVENT
When: Friday, January 19, 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Where: Riverside Restaurant, Corner of Hazel Street and High Street
Take time and join us for some famous local food, learn more about the RISE Charlottesville recall petition, and sign, volunteer, or donate to return order and civility to our once proud Charlottesville!
During this event, RISE Charlottesville will also be accepting donations for the family members of the two state troopers who tragically lost their lives while honorably providing oversight and protecting the health and safety of Charlottesville residents and visitors on August 12.
We sincerely thank Mr. Carroll Shifflett for allowing the use of his restaurant for the advancement of this important effort.
PAT SPICER NAPOLEON ADDRESSES CITY COUNCIL ON THE EFFORT TO RECALL COUNCILORS
JOIN THE EFFORT TO
RECALL CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY COUNCIL
SIGN THE PETITION
Signing the petition is just one of many ways to help RISE Charlottesville.
DONATE TO RISE
Your donation to RISE Charlottesville will greatly help the recall effort.
SUBJECTS OF CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY COUNCIL RECALL
SPEAKERS INTRODUCE RISE CHARLOTTESVILLE
Attorney Matthew Hardin speaks at RISE Charlottesville press conference on Charlottesville's Downtown Mall, October 26, 2017.
Student Savannah Misner speaks at RISE Charlottesville press conference on Charlottesville's Downtown Mall, October 26, 2017.
The Charlottesville we loved...
nearly has been ruined by reckless lawmakers. Our city, our Charlottesville, has become the punchline to a bad joke, an example of what not to be.
Irrational decisions and incompetent decision makers can have devastating consequences on a community. Charlottesville is living proof of that.
City Councilors who have refused to take responsibility for their actions and inactions must be held accountable.
Join our effort to recall Mike Signer, Wes Bellamy, Bob Fenwick, Kathy Galvin, and Kristin Szakos from the Charlottesville City Council.
Positions of honor should be held by honorable people. Charlottesville can and must do better.