Thank you – thank you to all who attended and all who tweeted the meeting. Thank you particularly to @tim_dodson,@kellygobble, @crozetbulldogs, and @tfjtolson for tweeting the meeting – you made it a much richer experience (and equally easier and harder for me to storify this!) Seriously, using the #CrozetStreetscape hashtag made this much, much easier to follow.
I’ll update this post when the Crozet Gazette and Charlottesville Tomorrow publish their stories.
– This is going to be un-fun. But it’s something we as a Crozet community can get through together
– Work starting the first week of January 2014
– Work will take about a year.
– Tabor is first, going to be partially closed for ~ 6 weeks or …
– ~ 2 weeks if they close it and route traffic through the lumberyard (this is as of yet undecided) …
– Which would impact the merchants in the Square significantly
– The County has a comprehensive and evolving communication plan to inform the community about the Streetscape project
– The County wants to know what events they need to be aware of and work around – i.e.: 4th of July Parade, Crozet Arts & Crafts Festival.
Click through to read the full story. Click through, scroll to the bottom – and ask questions.Update 4 December – Here is the presentation from last night.