White Hall Magisterial District

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The White Hall District is one of six Magisterial Districts in Albemarle County.

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County Representation

Ann Mallek (D) was elected on November 6, 2007, defeating incumbent David Wyant by 603 votes.[1]. The planning commissioner is currently Jennie More. David Oberg is the School Board representative.

Notable landmarks

District Boundaries

The County Code provides the following definition for the White Hall District:

"Beginning at the intersection of the unnamed northern branch of the Mechums River and the Albemarle/Nelson County line; then meandering east along the unnamed branch to its confluence with the Mechums River; then continuing northeast along the Mechums River to its confluence with the South Fork Rivanna River; then meandering southeast with the South Fork Rivanna River to its intersection with Reas Ford Road (State Route 660); then north on Reas Ford Road to its intersection with Bleak House Road (State Route 662); then north on Bleak House Road to its intersection with Buck Mountain Road (State Route 665); then northeast on Buck Mountain Road (State Route 665) to its intersection with Buck Mountain Road (State Route 664); then southeast on Buck Mountain Road (State Route 664) to its intersection with Buck Mountain Road (State Route 663); then southeast on Buck Mountain Road (State Route 663) to its intersection with Earlysville Road (State Route 743); then southeast on Earlysville Road to its intersection with Dickerson Road (State Route 606); then north on Dickerson Road to its intersection with Dickerson Lane (State Route 763); then east on Dickerson Lane to its intersection with Seminole Trail (U.S. Route 29); then north on Seminole Trail to its intersection with the Albemarle/Greene County line; then west along the Albemarle/Greene County line to the Albemarle/Rockingham County line; then southwest along the Albemarle/Rockingham County line to its intersection with the Albemarle/Augusta County line; then south along the Albemarle/Augusta County line to its intersection with the Albemarle/ Nelson County line; then southeast along the Albemarle/Nelson County line to its intersection with the unnamed northern branch of the Mechums River, the point of origin. B. Voting precincts: The district shall be divided into four (4) voting precincts, as described herein:[2]


References

  1. State Board of Elections returns from November 2007 election
  2. 1 - County code: Sec. 2-106 White Hall Magisterial District.