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.


  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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