Citizens for Albemarle

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Citizens For Albemarle was a local group in the 1980s and 90s that played a significant role in advocating for policies to protect natural and historic resources.[1][2][3]


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Land use education

In the mid 1990's, the group produced a document called And What A Citizen Can Do About It which sought to explain how land use decisions are made in Albemarle County.


References

  1. Web. Legislation in Albemarle County, Virginia Center for Digital History, retrieved 4 May 2011.
  2. Web. NEWS- ZPG? Has Albemarle population maxed out?, Provence, Lisa, The Hook, 21 September 2006, retrieved 4 May 2011.
  3. Olivier, T., Blair, C., Hermsmeier, J., Mellon, M., Ray G.C., and McCormick-Ray, J. 1996. Citizens for Albemarle: Protecting Our Biological Heritage. Albemarle County, VA.

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