CCAC Meeting Recap – Transportation, Transportation, Transportation

Lots discussed in last night’s CCAC meeting.

Rather than pull highlights, please read all the tweets, after the jump. This meeting highlighted more than many the value of being present, having a voice, and choosing to make the time to attend.

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CCAC Meeting – 15 February 2017

Local government, folks.

I suspect this will be a lot of conversation about how to make transportation in Crozet better. I’ll start:

  • Better infrastructure that supports current and future traffic
  • Sidewalks and bike lanes to make walking/riding less intimidating
  • Parking plan for downtown Crozet
  • Trails interconnecting neighborhoods should be a requirement. Even retro-actively. (interconnectivity is part of Albemarle’s plan)
  • Bring in companies/jobs to encourage business development in downtown Crozet
  • Stop referring to Crozet as a “town.” Words matter. We aren’t a town.  We could be.


The Crozet Library
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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CCAC Meeting Recap – 18 January 2017

Short agenda, relatively short meeting, punctuated by post-meeting beer at Smoked. Good meeting last night, despite the very few members of the public in attendance.


While short, a lot of good information and context was shared. Please take the time to click all the way through to the end, and read the tweets to the top.

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CCAC Meeting Recap – Robotic Cars, Property Rights, Trails & More

CCAC meeting - December 14, 2016
CCAC meeting – December 14, 2016

Last night’s Crozet Community Advisory Committee (CCAC) meeting at the Meadows covered lots of ground, as always.


Please. Click all the way through, start at the bottom, and make your way back up.

If you’re interested, you can find all of the CCAC meeting recaps here.

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CCAC Meeting – 14 December 2016 | Proffers, Barnes, Growth

1 – This CCAC meeting is at the Meadows, without wifi. Boo.

2 – Lots of stuff on the agenda. If you’re interested in Crozet’s growth & development, please come.

3 – Because this is at the Meadows, and there is no time limit on the meeting, come prepared to be there well past 9.



The Meadows
Wednesday, Dec 14, 2016 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Update: these four files were sent to the CCAC google group at 11:33 this morning.



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CCAC Meeting Recap – 16 November 2016

Local government matters. Participate, please.  Come – and stay – even when your backyard isn’t being affected.

So much discussed last night that will affect Crozetians, and those seeking to move to Crozet.

Click through, go to the end, and make your way back up.

Update: Elaine Echols sent me the two documents handed out at the meeting. Thanks, Elaine!

I’ll post the Crozet Gazette’s video when it’s up.

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CCAC Meeting 16 November – Land Use, Growth, Politics

Lots on the agenda.


Wednesday, Nov 16, 2016 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.


  1. Agenda Review (David Stoner -CCAC chair)
  2. Approval of Minutes
  3. Residential development pipeline, patterns, and zoning/proposed land use (Elaine Echols – 45 min)
  4. Net v. Gross Density Calculations &Policy (ElaineEchols–15min)
  5. Discuss Focus Areas Priorities (All–45min)
    (Focus area liaisons please come with thoughts on “top 3-4” priorities/goals/actions)
  6. Items Not Listed on the Agenda
  7. AnnouncementsDCI/Milestone Crozet Plaza Design Open House – Dec 8, 5-8pm, Piedmont Place
  8. Future Agenda Items

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19 October CCAC Meeting Wrapup

I’ll update this story, but wanted to get the tweet recap out tonight.

Not much of an update.

Highlights from last night’s CCAC meeting:

  • Dave Oberg, White Hall school board member, talked about schools and the upcoming bond referendum
  • Public hearing about the relocated cabin and lot parceling on Crozet Ave (next to Greenhouse)
  • Discussion about proffers and Community Advisory Committees.

There were two handouts, both from the Joint CAC meeting on 10/6, which all of the materials from are posted here.

Strategy for Consideration

Proffer Policy Guidance for CACs

Read the tweets. Really.

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