White Hall Magisterial District

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The White Hall District is one of six magisterial districts in Albemarle County.

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.