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Send your letters to the editor to [email protected] Letters will not be printed anonymously. Letters do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Crozet Gazette. The Crozet Gazette recently published an article entitled “Citizen Group Analyzes School Division Engagement” that suggests that ACPS and the Albemarle County School Board is suppressing parental feedback over a controversial policy. Publicly available facts...
Send your letters to the editor to [email protected] Letters will not be printed anonymously. Letters do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Crozet Gazette. Tree Fruit Facts Dear folks, I just read an interesting article about persimmons in your Gazette. Unfortunately, the author did not specify that calling a persimmon a “sugar plum” was a regional thing. Now, because of...
Send your letters to the editor to [email protected] Letters will not be printed anonymously. Letters do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Crozet Gazette. Climate-fueled extreme weather is on the rise. We can’t ignore what we saw this past summer where nearly a third of all Americans were feeling the impacts of the climate crisis in real time—from historic droughts...
People are wondering why I voted yes. It was to try to improve things for the future and to recover some civility to this process.  I was disappointed that I was unable to persuade the board to return the Tabor block from 6-12 units per acre to the current 3-6 units per acre for the next master plan period. I...
Well, I am now officially terrified to hike the trails of Mint Springs. What, bears? snakes? aggressive unleashed dogs? you ask. No, although I have encountered all of these and they have made me tremble and hold my breath. I still don’t understand why some people seem to think the signs to leash their dogs aren’t meant for them....
A prospective buyer of property adjacent to Crozet’s Mint Springs Park is planning to build a dog kennel there.  Neighbors, including myself, are concerned about this.  Some background information may be helpful.  The property in question is part of the old Wayland Orchard which is now divided into several parcels located on the uphill side of Mint Springs Park...
Crozet’s Favorite Department Store Greetings from The Green Olive Tree! The summer has been good for the thrift store. Our motto is to “serve in the name of Jesus” and we celebrated our 42nd anniversary in May. Since we are all volunteers, we can give more to community and Christian nonprofits. In September we will be giving to the Crozet Volunteer...

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To the Editor: School Transgender Policy

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To the Editor: Tree Fruit Facts

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To the Editor: Pass BBB

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To the Editor: Crozet Master Plan Update Ratification

People are wondering why I voted yes. It was to try to improve things for the future and to recover some civility to this...

To the Editor: Trail Etiquette

Well, I am now officially terrified to hike the trails of Mint Springs. What, bears? snakes? aggressive unleashed dogs? you ask. No, although I...

To the Editor: Save Apple Green

A prospective buyer of property adjacent to Crozet’s Mint Springs Park is planning to build a dog kennel there.  Neighbors, including myself, are concerned...

To the Editor: Green Olive Tree News

Crozet’s Favorite Department Store Greetings from The Green Olive Tree! The summer has been good for the thrift store. Our motto is to “serve in the...