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Three Parades in the White Hall District

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

Take a step back in time and celebrate our nation’s birthday.

Walk, ride or watch. All are welcome.

  • Crozet – Saturday, July 2 – Parade at 4 pm — Meet at 3–3:15 p.m. at the Crozet Elementary School (Tim Kaine will be walking in Crozet as well!)
  • Free Union – Sunday, July 3 – Parade at 4 pm — Meet at 3:15-3:30 p.m. at Church of the Brethren on Route 601.  Please do not throw candy in this parade.
  • Earlysville – Monday, July 4 – Parade at 1 pm — Meet at 12:30 p.m. at the corner of Earlysville Forest Road and Earlysville Road (parking at Earlysville Green)

On citizen involvement

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

As we begin a new year, I want to invite residents to raise their level of involvement in county affairs.

Supervisors represent our voters, their concerns and preferences, as well as we can. Through town hall meetings, emails, and phone calls, voters can share their ideas with their representatives.

Your ideas count, your solutions are needed. Please know that there are many different views in the White Hall district, and the prevailing view at one gathering may not be the same as that at another meeting or in another conversation. But I do listen and try to find areas of agreement, areas of common ground, on which we as a county can progress.

There are many opportunities for you to share your thoughts and ideas:

  • Crozet master plan meetings are every third Thursday of the month through the spring.
  • There will be round table discussions on farm stand regulations and work sessions and hearings on the adoption of the Places 29 master plan.
  • There will be budget work sessions or public hearings on March 8, 10, 15, 17, and 31 which will provide lots of opportunities for citizens to share.

Check on albemarle.org or at 296-5843 for agenda information. You can sign up for emails about county doings at www.albemarle.org.

Thank you in advance for your time and interest in the well being and quality of life of Albemarle County and its citizens.