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I write to celebrate the remarkable duo that stand nearly side by side on The Square: Crozet Hardware and Parkway Pharmacy. Walk into the hardware store and Billy will ask if he can help you find what you need, which is itself a brave question. Once you proclaim you are in search of a 6 mm combination wrench and...
White Hall Representation, A Difference In Mindset By Steve Harvey, candidate for the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors I’ve been asked, over and again—at debates, interviews and by hundreds of constituents – to delineate what differentiates me from my opponent. I’m always happy to address the question because the answer is central to this election and represents the heart and...
By Ann H. Mallek Dear Citizens of the White Hall district, You have heard me talk for weeks about all of the things we have done together, the new projects funded and in process, as well as those in the pipeline. Crozet is a great place to live. Crozet is growing because new people want to come here and be a...
I have lived in the historic district on Saint George Avenue for almost 30 years. I write today on behalf of over 200 neighbors and friends concerning the proposal of the Crozet Catholic Mission to purchase properties and vacant lots on St. George and Railroad Avenue, for the construction of a church and parking lot. During conversations with stakeholders and potentially...
I want to re-elect Ann Mallek to the Board of Supervisors this November. I want her there because she’s been doing the important work of meeting with the people to listen to their concerns about living in a growth area. She’s the one who kept the County’s promises moving forward—the library, the sidewalks, and the controlled growth. She’s the...
For 10 years I had the privilege of serving as a volunteer with the Albemarle County Sheriff’s Office.  During that time, I would frequently work with candidate for Sheriff Chan Bryant, first as a Sargent, and then as Chief Deputy. Chief Deputy Bryant is an excellent administrator, managing the multiple duties required by the Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office is...
Chris Runion is running for the 25th District House of Delegates seat. But on issue after issue, his positions seem ill-informed or inconsistent. I’m not sure he’s done his homework. As a volunteer for Jennifer Kitchen, his rival in the Nov. 5 election, I’ve spent months talking with state agencies, scrutinizing budgets, and studying statistics to help her campaign craft...

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To the Editor: Love Local Business

I write to celebrate the remarkable duo that stand nearly side by side on The Square: Crozet Hardware and Parkway Pharmacy. Walk into the...

Steve Harvey Campaign Statement

White Hall Representation, A Difference In Mindset By Steve Harvey, candidate for the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors I’ve been asked, over and again—at debates,...

Ann Mallek Campaign Statement

By Ann H. Mallek Dear Citizens of the White Hall district, You have heard me talk for weeks about all of the things we have done...

To the Editor: No Catholic Church on St. George Ave. 

I have lived in the historic district on Saint George Avenue for almost 30 years. I write today on behalf of over 200 neighbors and...

Letters to the Editor: Ann Mallek Advocates for White Hall

I want to re-elect Ann Mallek to the Board of Supervisors this November. I want her there because she’s been doing the important work...

To the Editor: Vote Chan Bryant for Sheriff

For 10 years I had the privilege of serving as a volunteer with the Albemarle County Sheriff’s Office.  During that time, I would frequently...

To the Editor: Kitchen for House of Delegates

Chris Runion is running for the 25th District House of Delegates seat. But on issue after issue, his positions seem ill-informed or inconsistent. I’m...