CCAC Meeting – 19 November 2014 Recap

Big Crowd at the CCAC meeting - 19 November 2014

As usual, lots was discussed at this evening’s Crozet Community Advisory Council meeting.

  • Streetscape is nearly finished (celebration at noon on Thursday 20 November)
  • Safe Routes to School progress
  • (some) 250 improvements are funded
  • Big discussion about future economic development, strategy, efficiency.
    • What role should the CCAC play?
    • What is the CCAC charge?
    • Should there be subcommittees to be more proactive in the community?
  • What is the future of Crozet?
  • Should there be an ombudsman?
  • RFPs will be going out for the old train depot & the basement of the Crozet Library
  • The wind energy project was quite interesting.

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I’ll post an update whenever the Charlottesville Tomorrow story is up.

 

Thankful for the wi-fi at Crozet Library – it made tweeting from my computer possible vs tweeting from my phone. 🙂

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