CCAC Meeting – 16 October 2012

Quite a few things on the agenda this month, from updates on the Crozet Library construction to Crozet Trails Day (October 21!) to a “future item” to contact the new Old Trail management.

Last month’s meeting had a lot so news, and I’m still apologetic that the tweet-story by Storify got deleted when they had an outage.

The Meadows, Crozet (5735 Meadows Dr.)
Thursday, October 18, 2012 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Tentative Agenda

Agenda Review. (Meg Holden – CCAC chair)

Approval of Minutes from September 19, 2012 meeting.

Public Comment.

Project Updates/Information:
– Update on Downtown Streetscape Projects
– Amanda Burbage giving a preview of Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commissions’ upcoming meeting discussing ways in which the city and county might work together in Many Plans One Community in anticipation of October 24, 2012 meeting at the Lodge at Old Trail.
– Plans for October 29th Ann Mallek Town Hall meeting and Albemarle County Open House on Crozet projects
– Any news on development of Barnes Lumber Company property
– Update on Crozet Library fundraising (Bill Schrader)
– Developments at the I 64 Interchange
– CCAC participation at Crozet Trails Day booth on October 21, 10A to 2P at the Crozet Park.
– Others?

Old Business
Brief discussion of plans for reconnecting with school PTOs.

Items not listed on the Agenda

Crozet Trails Day on October 21.
Many Plans, One Community meeting, October 24, 2012 at the Lodge at Old Trail.
Ann Mallek town hall meeting and Albemarle County Open House on Crozet project, October 29th.

Future Agenda Items.
Meet with New Old Trail Management – who can make the contact?
Start dialogue with school PTOs
Steve Houchens and Haden Place

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4 Replies to “CCAC Meeting – 16 October 2012”

  1. The only thing that interests me in Crozet is an explanation of the three main walkers in Crozet. There is the dude that walks and flings a large wooden stick around. There is also the guy who walks every day rain or shine. And lastly, the great wandering walker, tall dude with a walking stick that looks like he is out of the doors movie.

  2. I find it very annoying that your reader feels he needs an explanation of why certain individuals walk Crozet. What will he do about it when someone gives him the explanation? I happen to know one of them walks for health and enjoyment. Perhaps he should take up another INTEREST himself instead of monitoring who likes to walk in Crozet. No one asked him to come here and start worrying about others rights.

    1. I don’t find being interested in others annoying or offensive. I think it shows that someone is curious about someone they see every day.

      Curiosity is natural. Right?

      1. He didn’t say he was curious, he said he wanted an explanation.And it was the only thing in Crozet that interested him. Sounds like he is bothered about it to me. Thats what I find annoying. Crozet has and always will be made up of different types of people but we shouldn’t need explanations as to how they like to spend their time.

Something to say?