Democrat Jason Vandever won a special election for Charlottesville treasurer in a landslide Tuesday, defeating independent John Pfaltz 1,280 votes to 397. A total of 1,683 voters hit the polls, said registrar Sheri Iachetta. There were four write-in votes, and two people cast blank ballots.–Daily Progress
This from the summer of 2008
More recently, work has begun on the interchange part of the road through the park.
Clearing proceeds on the piece of land between Hillcrest and McIntire Road
Rock Hill gardens are on the left.
IC= impervious cover
it’s what vines do.
We bless you for our creation, preservation,
and all the blessings of this life;
but above all for your immeasurable love
in the redemption of the world by our Lord Jesus Christ;
for the means of grace, and for the hope of glory…BCP
After 80 years of service the 75,000 gallon water tank on Queen Street was deconstructed yesterday. The tank had a distinctive profile, visible at a distance in the Tidewater landscape. I hope I have a picture somewhere of the entire construction. It was a styling tank, it had a roof like the tin man’s cap, a lightening rod and a circumferential walkway with a balustrade.
Above a section of one tank leg and a lateral support are visible.
takes a licking, keeps on ticking.
Former neighbor, Paul Whitehead. Often up to something creative. Moved back to San Francisco.
a place worth caring about
Palm Sunday. Snowing in Charlottesville today.