It’s out and it’s chock full of news. Highlights include:
– The proposed Re-Store’n Station gas station
– Planning Commission’s take on the Yancey Mills Light Industrial Plan
– Two position statements by the Crozet Community Advisory Council
– Crozet Business Networking Lunch – 16 December at Sal’s at noon
– An explanation on the previously-mentioned “Mystery Boat“
– A new coffee shop is coming to Downtown Crozet – right next to the BP gas station (the ad for Trailside Coffee in Old Trail is ironically right next to this story 🙂 )
2 Replies to “Pick up the December Crozet Gazette”
How wonderful that the community of downtown Crozet and the community of Old Trail will each have a local, casual place to meet friends over a cup of coffee. Each community is being designed for the pedestrian and will in no way compete for the other’s clients (…so the juxtaposition of the two in the Gazette’s page layout only emphasizes that western Albemarle entrepreneurs are striving to serve their own local communities.) — Kudos to Green House Coffee for persevering with their Main Street project. What a quaint and convenient downtown location they have chosen.
Couldn’t agree more, John. We just had an open house community meeting re the Yancey Mills Business Park at the Crozet Firehouse catered by Trailside. Just cookies, coffee, and hot cider, but it couldn’t have been better.
A lot of good information was exchanged in a laid back atmosphere. At the end, we were able to give the guys at the firehouse all they could handle for the night (I hope).