Earlysville Democrat Ann Mallek has announced her intentions to run for the White Hall District seat on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors.  A formal announcement is expected later in January.  Ms. Mallek told Charlottesville Tomorrow, “I am definitely running.”  It appears the campaign website is coming together here: http://www.annmallekforsupervisor.com. She also announced her campaign at last night’s meeting of the Crozet Community Association.

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The White Hall district stretches across NW Albemarle and includes Crozet, White Hall, Free Union, Advance Mills, and parts of Earlysville.  Ms. Mallek serves on the Development Review Process Task Force with David Wyant, the Supervisor currently representing the White Hall district.  Mr. Wyant was elected in 2003, defeating Eric Strucko by 360 votes, and is starting his fourth year as a member of the Board of Supervisors where he was recently elected to be Vice Chair. It is not known if Mr. Wyant intends to seek re-election and Charlottesville Tomorrow was unable to reach him by telephone this afternoon for comment.

Brian Wheeler

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