Stuck truck highlights Woolen Mills plight

Bill Emory telephoned. The well-known chronicler of life in Central Virginia was outraged. What might at first glance appear to be a simple transport mishapemory's, in Emory's view, is another piece of evidence in an overwhelming indictment against the recent mistreatment of his Woolen Mills neighborhood. Emory has been railing against the rapid pace of development there, but the Valentine's morning mishap has him ramping up his eloquent scolds against cut-through traffic and pointing out that Charlottesville is seeking a transportation engineer.

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We go through traffic engineers like we go through superintendents.