Albemarle County & the City of Charlottesville

The staff in PEC’s Charlottesville office works with citizens to solve the many land use and conservation challenges facing the Charlottesville and Albemarle area.

1,000 Acres of Jefferson County Preserved

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Members of the Carter family acted together in 2009 to protect nearly 1,000 acres of land in Albemarle County that has been in their family since 1730. The Carters' ancestors were neighbors to the Jeffersons, with a plantation about seven ...
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Highway Through Keswick?

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Can the local community come up with a better plan for Routes 22 and 231 than VDOT's plan to make it a highway? The main road through Keswick in Albemarle County—Rtes. 22 and 231—runs through a landscape that Thomas Jefferson ...
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Places29 — Ready for a Vote

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The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors appears poised to adopt the Places29 plan, after making some final changes at its Nov. 10 meeting. PEC has been a longstanding advocate for Places29 -- a blueprint for strategic transportation investments and smart ...
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A Wasteful Bypass and a Better Plan

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VDOT gave plans for the Charlottesville Western Bypass an F. So why spend half a billion dollars on it?That's the question that PEC posed to Charlottesville and Albemarle residents though ads in local papers and a mailing that we sent ...
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PEC Initiates Community Discussion on Rt. 22/231 Corridor

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During the week of April 12th, 2010, PEC hosted Ian Lockwood, a nationally renowned transportation engineer and designer, who initiated a community discussion on the future of the Rt. 22/231 corridor ...
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