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It is an honor and privilege to serve the citizens of the 25th District. I have enjoyed my service in the General Assembly and proud of what we have accomplished together. Our work is not finished. I ask for your vote on November 7th to continue the work on the issues we all care about: promoting economic development to...
I have been fortunate enough to call Crozet home for the past 17 years of our lives. We moved here from Williamsburg, Virginia after the visiting the area time and time again and marveling at its beauty and welcoming spirit. My husband and I moved to Virginia and stayed in Williamsburg for 12 years, after he left the Air Force,...
Plans for the development of a commercial center in downtown Crozet advanced recently as the Downtown Crozet Initiative (DCI) gained certification as an incorporated entity, an important step on the path toward securing a 501(c)(3) designation. Meg Holden will serve as president and Brenda Plantz as secretary/treasurer of the corporation, whose mission is to be “a proactive community development...
A plan to develop Albemarle County’s “western park” in Old Trail was reopened by County Parks and Recreation Department officials at the Crozet Community Advisory Committee’s well-attended Oct. 15 meeting in the Crozet Elementary School cafeteria. Parks and Rec Director Bob Crickenberger said, “It’s time to revisit the to make sure the community is all in synch with what’s...
Board of Supervisors Candidates — Samuel Miller District We asked each of the candidates about their views on current Albemarle County Board of Supervisors issues, and the following is a sampling of their answers. John Lowry lives in North Garden and is a former financial manager and stock broker, and also former chair of the Albemarle County Economic Development Authority. Liz Palmer...
Traffic congestion through downtown Crozet, especially at school travel times, is not likely to be relieved any time soon, VDOT’s Charlottesville resident engineer Joel DeNunzio told the Crozet Community Advisory Committee at its Sept. 20 meeting. CCAC member Tom Loach, a retired Planning Commission representative for White Hall District, had raised the idea of installing a three-way stop sign at...
Every January for the past 35 years, Albemarle County has transferred a sum of money to the City of Charlottesville under a pact called the Revenue Sharing Agreement (RSA). “Sharing” is a euphemism, as the payments have only gone in one direction. The amounts are not trivial—this year’s payment was almost $16 million, and the total transfer to date...

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Candidate Statement: Steve Landes, 25th District Virginia House of Delegates

It is an honor and privilege to serve the citizens of the 25th District. I have enjoyed my service in the General Assembly and...

Candidate Statement: Angela Lynn, Virginia House of Delegates in the 25th District

I have been fortunate enough to call Crozet home for the past 17 years of our lives. We moved here from Williamsburg, Virginia after...

DCI Formalizes its Role in Plaza Project

Plans for the development of a commercial center in downtown Crozet advanced recently as the Downtown Crozet Initiative (DCI) gained certification as an incorporated...

Western Park Design Reopened at CCAC Meeting

A plan to develop Albemarle County’s “western park” in Old Trail was reopened by County Parks and Recreation Department officials at the Crozet Community...

Local Election Guide 2017: Samuel Miller District

Board of Supervisors Candidates — Samuel Miller District We asked each of the candidates about their views on current Albemarle County Board of Supervisors issues,...

No Hope Soon for Traffic Relief

Traffic congestion through downtown Crozet, especially at school travel times, is not likely to be relieved any time soon, VDOT’s Charlottesville resident engineer Joel...

Sharing the Wealth: Why the County Pays the City Millions Each Year

Every January for the past 35 years, Albemarle County has transferred a sum of money to the City of Charlottesville under a pact called...