Preserving the History of Albemarle’s People and Special Places

Historic places define and distinguish our community, create connections to our heritage, and as a native of Albemarle County, they hold a special place in my heart.

  • Continue to work with members of historic rural parishes and communities to increase understanding of the County’s history over 275 years;
  • Increase consideration of historic and established neighborhoods in land use decisions;
  • Sponsored the Blue Ridge Heritage Project. This memorial in our district honors the loss and sacrifices of Albemarle County residents who were displaced for establishment of the Shenandoah National Park. Hundreds of descendants live in the White Hall district today;
  • As a Blue Ridge Tunnel Foundation Board Member, worked with Nelson County and other partners to secure funding and carry out rehabilitation of the Blue Ridge/Crozet Tunnel. The trail opened in November 2020 and has seen over 200,000 visitors in 26 months for hiking and biking.
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