Via email. Boldings are mine.
Below are several announcements about upcoming meetings.
Special thanks to Jo Higgins, who’s representing the owners of Re-Store’N Station for coming to our meeting and giving a detailed update. She highlighted two meetings within the next week on this project.
1. Tuesday, March 15, is the Planning Commission meeting at 6:00 PM in Lane Auditorium of the County Office Building on McIntire Road.
And item of local interest on the agenda is the Re-Store’N Station request for preliminary site plan approval.
2. The Architectual Review Board meeting on Monday, March 21 at 1:00 PM in Room 241 of the County Office Building also has the Re-Store’N Station on their agenda.
Cville Tomorrow has done a wonderful and useful 3D rendering of the latest plans for the Re-Store’N Station .
You absolutely have to go check these out. Jim Duncan, of RealCrozetVA, said of it: “Please, please, please, go check out their story on this. I’m not doing justice to the awesomeness that they’ve done.”
You can either go to their Flicker site.
Or CvilleTomorrow Web site, where they also have the site plan and building drawings.You won’t want to miss it.
I’ve enclosed one picture from the 3D rendering to entice you to go to their website.
Also this week, Ann Mallek has her last Town Hall meeting, Wednesday, 3/16 at 7:00 PM at Broadus Wood Elementary. As with the two last week, our new policy chief, Steve Sellers will be with her.
And the Crozet Community Advisory Council (CCAC) meets this coming Thursday, 3/17 at 7:00 PM at the Meadows. Everyone is welcome and encourage to come. I’ll send out the agenda in a day or two.
Mark your calendars for the Crozet Community Fireman’s Parade on Saturday afternoon, July 2nd.
We need your help to plan and put on the festivities in the park after the parade, and for another fun swing dance with the Salute-to-Swing band at the Park on Friday night and the parade.
Email me if you and/or your organization can help us. All proceeds will go to the PARC funds for the pool dome. They’re so close to raising what’s needed to get started, let’s put them over the top.
Now, go look at Cville Tomorrow’s amazing 3D rendering of the Re-Store’N Station.