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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. Generations have come and gone while the Green Olive Tree has served the Crozet community. This tiny Christian thrift shop ministry, begun in 1979, has prospered and grown, thanks to the generosity of neighbors and...
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. Faced with a surprising degree of opposition to plans for a 47,000-square-foot recreation center and 115 more paved parking spaces, the Crozet Park Board had two choices.  It could look for creative ways to address...
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. This is in response to the recent ruling by the Virginia State Supreme Court that allows the City Of Charlottesville to move forward with its stated plan to remove the statues of Robert E. Lee...
At the Planning Commission’s Crozet Master Plan Land Use Work Session on January 12, Scottsville Commissioner Rick Randolph approved of the planning staff’s proposals of both a new Middle Density Residential category, which would be applied to Hilltop Street, and a Downtown Overlay District, which would run adjacent to Hilltop Street. Both increased density opportunities and in-fill development incentives...
We are transplants to Crozet, as are many. My wife and I wandered the globe for twenty-six years on active duty with the Army until we found our home here in Crozet. Our family has been here for more than a decade and we have been involved with the Claudius Crozet Park since the day we arrived. I don’t...
When I moved to Crozet in 1998, the Crozet population hovered around 2,000. It was a sleepy little town. There were no Old Trail, Western Ridge, or Grayrock Orchard neighborhoods and our little Crozet Library was housed in the small train depot. All of our many wonderful local breweries and wineries were still years away.  I can’t recall when I...
As a resident of Old Trail, I am writing to encourage everyone in western Albemarle to support development of the Western Park. In 2009, 36 acres in Old Trail were donated to the county for a future Western Park to serve all the residents in western Albemarle. Thirty-three acres of that land would be preserved as natural habitat for...

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To the Editor: Green Olive Tree

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: About Crozet Park

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To the Editor: Retain All History

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From the Editor: Improve Crozet Park

At the Planning Commission’s Crozet Master Plan Land Use Work Session on January 12, Scottsville Commissioner Rick Randolph approved of the planning staff’s proposals...

To the Editor: Crozet Park

We are transplants to Crozet, as are many. My wife and I wandered the globe for twenty-six years on active duty with the Army...

To the Editor: Crozet Park Aquatics and Fitness Center Improvements

When I moved to Crozet in 1998, the Crozet population hovered around 2,000. It was a sleepy little town. There were no Old Trail,...

To the Editor: Western Park Petition

As a resident of Old Trail, I am writing to encourage everyone in western Albemarle to support development of the Western Park. In 2009,...