Charlottesville Tomorrow has enhanced our blog design to provide you with a wider screen format, a global comments feed, feeds for news specific to Albemarle, Crozet and Charlottesville, and a slide carousel which includes local photography from Flickr

The new comments feed will allow you to easily keep track of all the community input on this site.  We also hope it will motivate you to join in the discussion.  Our policy is to not allow anonymous comments and that has kept the discussion on our blog very constructive over the past three years .

The menu bar at the top of the blog includes handy links to existing pages on our website related to local elections, links to community organizations, and contact information for your elected and appointed local officials.  It also has links to a list of all our RSS feeds and photographers who have been selected from Flickr to have their work showcased on the blog and in our other communications.

Please let us know what you think of the improvements (just add a comment below).  As a little non-profit without a lot of resources to devote to this, we have tried to maximize the tools available to us and still keep the site cost-effective and easy to maintain. 

Brian Wheeler

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