Your Community Newspaper Serving Crozet and Western Albemarle County
44.7 F
crozet, us
Home Opinion

Opinion

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. A Not So Masterful Master Plan When I moved to Crozet 30 years ago the community was going through a rough patch. The problem was how best to accommodate affordable housing in the Crozet growth area....
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. Fifth Generation (5G) Electronic Silent Spring Kate Singer’s book, Electronic Silent Spring, documents the damaging effects of exposure to radiofrequency radiation from wireless technologies. Many people have continuous 24/7 whole body exposures from the multiple devices...
Plan Your Work, Work Your Plan Now that county planners have introduced new proposals to further increase housing density in Crozet, let’s review the goals and principles of the Crozet Master Plan. Crozet was designated as a Growth Area when Albemarle adopted its Comprehensive Plan in 1980. The village of that day had the key asset, an independent water system with a...
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. It’s Time for a Moratorium on Housing Density Increases When the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors first proposed development zones like Crozet to preserve the rural character of places like White Hall and North Garden, that seemed...
More on the Found Coin Story I was contacted by Maryam Shumate about her son Conner’s metal detecting find, and was happy to offer my opinion on its attribution. I am the author of Astronomical Symbols on Ancient and Medieval Coins, and collected these coins for many years. However, I sold my entire collection and all of my numismatic reference books...
Several years ago when my parents were in a nursing home and I drove for hours every week to visit them, I decided to apply for an absentee ballot. That way nothing would interfere with my voting in the election if they needed my help. I remember having to get someone to witness my vote. No problem. It was...
When the Governor’s hunker down order came, we didn’t know what to expect. Just what is a pandemic like? No one knew, including the people in charge who have to make high-stakes calls. Lucky them, they take the spotty information they have and make wishful guesses about what will happen next. Almost certainly they will be wrong and blamed...

In this section

To the Editor: A Not So Masterful Master Plan

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...

To the Editor: Fifth Generation (5G) Electronic Silent Spring

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...

From the Editor: Plan Your Work, Work Your Plan

Plan Your Work, Work Your Plan Now that county planners have introduced new proposals to further increase housing density in Crozet, let’s review the goals and...

To the Editor: It’s Time for a Moratorium on Housing Density Increases

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...

To the Editor: More on the Found Coin Story

More on the Found Coin Story I was contacted by Maryam Shumate about her son Conner’s metal detecting find, and was happy to offer my...

To the Editor: Absentee Voting

Several years ago when my parents were in a nursing home and I drove for hours every week to visit them, I decided to...

From the Editor: Adapt and Overcome

When the Governor’s hunker down order came, we didn’t know what to expect. Just what is a pandemic like? No one knew, including the...