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Next E.A.R.L. Event is the July 4th Parade - 10 a.m.

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Program topics for E.A.R.L. meetings are always welcome. E-mail E.A.R.L. at ann.mallek@gmail.com.

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At the April 24, 2019 E.A.R.L. meeting, attendees learned about the Earlysville-based "Living Free Together" program for military families from Director Tonya King and had a Q&A session with Albemarle School Board members Jonno Alcaro (At-large) and Katrina Callsen (Rio District).

At the January 24, 2019 E.A.R.L. meeting, attendees heard about water quality issues at Chris Greene Lake from Sierra Club member John Cruickshank, Albemarle County Water Quality Department employee John Murphy, and Anne Coates, Director of the Thomas Jefferson Water and Soil District Commission and also heard from Lieutenant Miller Stoddard of the Albemarle County Police, Joel DeNunzio of VDOT, and Albemarle Supervisors Ann Mallek and Ned Gallaway regarding safety concerns at the intersection of Earlysville Road and Reas Ford Road.

At the October 2018 E.A.R.L. meeting, attendees heard from Dominion Energy Virginia representative Douglas Scheibe, Broadus Wood Elementary School Principal Amy Morris, Albemarle County Executive Jeff Richardson, and Albemarle County Budget Director Lori Allshouse.

The July 4, 2018 E.A.R.L. "meeting" (where the only "business" conducted was to enjoy the festivities) was the annual Stupendous Earlysville Independence Day Parade!

At the April 2018 E.A.R.L. meeting, attendees heard from Newsplex TV meteorologist Travis Koshko, Albemarle Environmental Services Chief Greg Harper, and County Police Commander Tim Aylor.

At the January 2018 E.A.R.L. meeting, attendees heard from CenturyLink broadband representative Glenn Butler, Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport Director Melinda Crawford, and VDOT Engineer Joel DeNunzio.

 

When you miss an E.A.R.L. meeting, you miss a lot.

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