This month’s Crozet Gazette – the largest issue yet – is out. And it’s chock full of useful, good stuff.
– County Police Propose a Station in Old Crozet Library Depot – I think this space would make a much better restaurant or tourism center. Or, you know … a train station.
– Crozet Running will be opening in the lower level of the Crozet Library. Crozet has become a fantastic running community and this seems to be a great use of the Crozet Library space. (Selfishly, I’d love to see a bicycle café bar in Crozet as well.)
– Another complaint about the speed enforcement on Jarman’s Gap Road.
– Work to Start on Crozet Tunnel Trail – This is super exciting.
As a note, I’m awfully thankful for the Crozet Gazette – having dedicated journalists consistently covering local news is critical.
2 Replies to “September Crozet Gazette – Lots of Good Stuff”
I agree, there is a lot of stuff going on around the area, and the Gazette is the way I found out about almost all of it.
Help, I’ve been informed and I can’t become ignronat.