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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...
I’m writing to have a public discussion that was prompted by the Girl Scouts posting and fencing the swimming hole that exists on a sliver of their land along the Mormons River in Sugar Hollow. I own the land on the inside that includes the swimming hole. I started coming with my young family to Sugar Hollow to get...
Our Recent COVID-19 Stats I love reading the Gazette, but I wish the column on Covid vaccinations and statistics had focused on current data, which would have shown a more hopeful situation. According to the Virginia Department of Health website (updated 8/20/21 and accessed 8/20/21) here are the current statistics: Albemarle County in the past 180 days: Cases 13 Hospitalizations 1 ...
To Be or Not To Become an Incorporated Town? The mere idea of becoming an incorporated town is simply what I call “A Feel-Good Idea.” When you study the process and understand what it will mean for businesses and residents alike, you will find that it provides no real solution to some of the problems at hand such as crowded...
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. I would like to make my opinion known regarding the parade this year. In times of the virus, silly-acting leaders of our nation, and in foreign countries, dictators, are doing horrible treatments of their people.  What’s...
Harmony Place playground behind the Crozet Library was a gift to Crozet from Tabor Presbyterian Church. In 2014, Bettye Walsh and Carol Davis dreamed of a place for young children and their parents to play. They named the area Harmony Place, as there were countless ways to make music using the drums, gongs, chimes, as well as the huge...
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. Despite the initial uncertainty about whether we could host the event this year and therefore our late start, we are pleased to be writing to thank you for your enthusiastic support of our small town...

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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...

To the Editor: Is Nature for All, or Just a Select Few?

I’m writing to have a public discussion that was prompted by the Girl Scouts posting and fencing the swimming hole that exists on a...

To the Editor: COVID-19 Stats

Our Recent COVID-19 Stats I love reading the Gazette, but I wish the column on Covid vaccinations and statistics had focused on current data,...

To the Editor: To Be or Not To Become an Incorporated Town?

To Be or Not To Become an Incorporated Town? The mere idea of becoming an incorporated town is simply what I call “A Feel-Good Idea.”...

To the Editor: Crozet’s America

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: Help Keep Harmony Place

Harmony Place playground behind the Crozet Library was a gift to Crozet from Tabor Presbyterian Church. In 2014, Bettye Walsh and Carol Davis dreamed...

To the Editor: Thanks for a great fireworks show!

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...