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Loach has lived in Crozet since 1989, and is a former president of the [[Crozet Community Association]]. Loach retired from the University of Virginia, where he worked as a systems analyst for many years. In 2010, he began assisting Albemarle County's Commonwealth's Attorney office as a volunteer helping to process warrants<ref>{{cite-progress|title=Albemarle sheriff lends reserve member to help with investigations|url=http://www2.dailyprogress.com/news/2010/nov/27/albemarle-sheriff-lends-reserve-member-help-invest-ar-679904/|author=|pageno=|printdate=November 27, 2010|publishdate=November 27, 2010|accessdate=November 29, 2010|cturl=}}</ref>.
 
Loach has lived in Crozet since 1989, and is a former president of the [[Crozet Community Association]]. Loach retired from the University of Virginia, where he worked as a systems analyst for many years. In 2010, he began assisting Albemarle County's Commonwealth's Attorney office as a volunteer helping to process warrants<ref>{{cite-progress|title=Albemarle sheriff lends reserve member to help with investigations|url=http://www2.dailyprogress.com/news/2010/nov/27/albemarle-sheriff-lends-reserve-member-help-invest-ar-679904/|author=|pageno=|printdate=November 27, 2010|publishdate=November 27, 2010|accessdate=November 29, 2010|cturl=}}</ref>.
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As a member of the [[Albemarle Neighborhood Association]], Loach presented that group's requests for a growth management policy to the [[Albemarle Board of Supervisors]] in September 1996. <ref>{{Minutes-boardofsupervisors|url=https://lfweb.albemarle.org/weblink/DocView.aspx?id=941&dbid=0|when=September 4, 1996|documentid=941|accessdate=July 17, 2019}}</ref>
  
 
Loach was involved in the creation of the [[Crozet Master Plan]], though later became a critic of how the County's Community Development Department was implementing the plan. In 2007, he ran for the [[Board of Supervisors]] seat held by [[David Wyant]], but dropped out of the race after listening to concerns that he would take votes away from [[Ann Mallek]]. Mallek eventually won the seat, and appointed Loach to the Planning Commission.  
 
Loach was involved in the creation of the [[Crozet Master Plan]], though later became a critic of how the County's Community Development Department was implementing the plan. In 2007, he ran for the [[Board of Supervisors]] seat held by [[David Wyant]], but dropped out of the race after listening to concerns that he would take votes away from [[Ann Mallek]]. Mallek eventually won the seat, and appointed Loach to the Planning Commission.  
  
 
In 2004, Loach was a member of the board of [[Advocates for a Sustainable Albemarle Population]].<ref>Marshall, Jack. Board list on ASAP letterhead in letter to Brian Wheeler. 30 Nov. 2004. MS.</ref>.  
 
In 2004, Loach was a member of the board of [[Advocates for a Sustainable Albemarle Population]].<ref>Marshall, Jack. Board list on ASAP letterhead in letter to Brian Wheeler. 30 Nov. 2004. MS.</ref>.  
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Commissioner Tom Loach (White Hall)

Electoral District White Hall Magisterial District
Term Start 2008
Term End 2015
Preceded by Duane Zobrist
Succeeded by Jennie More [1]

Term Start 2010
Term End 2010
Preceded by Marcia Joseph
Succeeded by Duane Zobrist

Biographical Information

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Tom Loach represented the White Hall Magisterial District for two terms on the Albemarle County Planning Commission. [2]

Biography

Loach has lived in Crozet since 1989, and is a former president of the Crozet Community Association. Loach retired from the University of Virginia, where he worked as a systems analyst for many years. In 2010, he began assisting Albemarle County's Commonwealth's Attorney office as a volunteer helping to process warrants[3].

As a member of the Albemarle Neighborhood Association, Loach presented that group's requests for a growth management policy to the Albemarle Board of Supervisors in September 1996. [4]

Loach was involved in the creation of the Crozet Master Plan, though later became a critic of how the County's Community Development Department was implementing the plan. In 2007, he ran for the Board of Supervisors seat held by David Wyant, but dropped out of the race after listening to concerns that he would take votes away from Ann Mallek. Mallek eventually won the seat, and appointed Loach to the Planning Commission.

In 2004, Loach was a member of the board of Advocates for a Sustainable Albemarle Population.[5].


References

  1. Web. Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Appoint New Planning Commission Members, Press Releases, Albemarle County, January 7, 2016, retrieved January 8, 2016.
  2. Web. County body still taking shape for ’12, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow, January 10, 2012, retrieved January 12, 2011.
  3. Web. Albemarle sheriff lends reserve member to help with investigations, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, November 27, 2010, retrieved November 29, 2010.
  4. Web. County of Albemarle, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Minutes, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, Albemarle County, September 4, 1996, retrieved July 17, 2019.
  5. Marshall, Jack. Board list on ASAP letterhead in letter to Brian Wheeler. 30 Nov. 2004. MS.