The Road: Albemarle County’s three-decade fight over the Western Bypass isn’t over yet

Photo: Adam Mohr Photo: Adam Mohr

Late on the night of Wednesday, June 8, 2011, a few prominent county real estate developers and other vocal supporters of the long-stalled plan to build a Route 29 bypass around Charlottesville strolled into Lane Auditorium at the tail end of a marathon meeting of the Board of Supervisors.

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