BOS Candidates All Talking Growth

There’s one issue that all six candidates for the three open Albemarle County Board of Supervisors seats have in common: growth. They all agree that the county’s rural nature is being threatened by suburbanization, and they all agree that some sort of growth limitation is necessary. From there, though, opinions diverge, as Wyant and Strucko (White Hall); Hallock and Boyd (Rivanna); and Dorrier and Fletcher (Scottsville) seek to distance themselves from their respective opponents. In today’s Progress, David Dadurka has a rundown of all the candidates’ positions on the topic.

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