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Congrats to ACPS for blowing past the price of $20,000/student (2024) to educate them...though using the word “educate” is being pretty generous. What us old timers have suspected about our schools (we already know that kids were coming out pretty ignorant) had to be confirmed, not by the teachers, principals, or administrators who are running some sort of protectionist...
A community forum, hosted jointly by the League of Women Voters, Veterans for All Voters, and UpvoteVirginia, will inform attendees about the possible future introduction of ranked choice voting for elections in Charlottesville and Albemarle County. The public is invited to attend. The event will be held at Charlottesville’s Northside Library, 705 West Rio Road, in Charlottesville from 11 a.m. to...
Angel Thank You I’m writing to commend my four “angels,” as I like to call them. Last Wednesday the 29th, four people stopped to help me as I had fallen in the street on the way to check my mail. They took me back to my home, waited with me and called my daughter and Western rescue. Tyler Shiflett and his...
I am writing to let you know that I really enjoyed reading the article “Hollow Garden: Tucking in the Garden for the Winter” by Cathy Clary. As a hobby gardener and landscaper, I always find articles about preparing for seasonal changes in the garden interesting and informative. Cathy Clary’s article was nicely written and informative. I appreciate the details she provided,...
Thank you for including a photo of my father, James Lawson Baber, Sr., in your October Crozet Gazette column “Why Crozet …”.  I had never seen that picture. Our family loved it. I have fond childhood memories of hanging out at the gas station, enjoying the attention I received from my parents’ customers. I appreciate that your column hedges that memories might...
The 2023 Crozet Calendar October page features an image up on the Skyline Drive of a long oak branch skimming the earth as it reaches out to the vista beyond. It is one of my favorite images from the Crozet Calendar that the Gazette put out for so many years. You can see it at www.crozetgazette.com/shop/crozet-calendar/. As many will know,...
The use of wireless technology has rapidly increased in the past years and has provided many benefits to our daily lives. However, along with the benefits there has been a dramatic increase in exposure to man-made microwave radiofrequency radiation (RFR) never before experienced by humans, animals and plants. We live surrounded by wireless radiation in our homes, work place,...

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To the Editor: The Condition of Our Schools

Congrats to ACPS for blowing past the price of $20,000/student (2024) to educate them...though using the word “educate” is being pretty generous. What us...

To the Editor: Ranked Choice Voting

A community forum, hosted jointly by the League of Women Voters, Veterans for All Voters, and UpvoteVirginia, will inform attendees about the possible future...

To the Editor: Angel Thank You

Angel Thank You I’m writing to commend my four “angels,” as I like to call them. Last Wednesday the 29th, four people stopped to help...

To the Editor: Thanks, Cathy Clary

I am writing to let you know that I really enjoyed reading the article “Hollow Garden: Tucking in the Garden for the Winter” by...

To the Editor: Thanks for Memories

Thank you for including a photo of my father, James Lawson Baber, Sr., in your October Crozet Gazette column “Why Crozet …”.  I had...

To the Editor: Thanks for the Photo Calendar!

The 2023 Crozet Calendar October page features an image up on the Skyline Drive of a long oak branch skimming the earth as it...

To the Editor: Cell Towers: A Threat to Community Health

The use of wireless technology has rapidly increased in the past years and has provided many benefits to our daily lives. However, along with...