"Bea LaPisto-Kirtley is a native of Virginia and has lived in the Rivanna District for the last 16 years. Prior to returning to the area, she served as the Mayor and Councilmember of Bradbury, California. Bea has served as the Rivanna District representative on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors since 2020."
"Prioritized Public Safety for people living throughout the Rivanna District Through continued support of Albemarle County Fire Rescue, Stony Point Volunteer Fire Company, and our County Police Department Provided Continued Support to Our Education System By prioritizing schools that serve the education needs of all of our children and building three new schools in five years Maintained a Vibrant County Parks System To ensure all Rivanna residents have access to recreational spaces for active, passive, and mental health enjoyment Implemented Climate Resilience Throughout Rivanna To buffer our community against large storms, heavy rains, and heat-related events which are predicted to increase with climate change Supported Agriculture Cultivation in the District While protecting Albemarle County’s rural beauty and biodiversity by prioritizing growth in developmental areas Addressed Affordable Housing Concerns To allow our fire and rescue, police, teachers, and health care professionals the opportunity to live in Albemarle through workforce housing Implemented Comprehensive Broadband To all parts of the Rivanna district to address health and safety, educational promotion, and the growth of local business needs Required Good Governance By ensuring fiscal responsibility while meeting the needs of our community"
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