As far as meetings go, this should be awfully informative.
- I’ll admit I don’t yet fully grasp the need for, or role of, a Crozet ombudsman.
- Naming the new road coming from Foothill Crossing through Parkside Village to downtown Crozet (my question: how will it be phased in?)
- The former Moose Lodge is getting a new life
- Keeping Polo at King Family
- Discussion about more opportunities for public meeting about Barnes Lumber redevelopment
(one small observation, item of encouragement – lots happen in these meetings – over many, many months and years. Please, please come to more than just the one meeting that affects you. Community involvement and awareness are work – valuable, necessary work.)
Agenda after the break.
CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COUNCIL
The Crozet Library, Crozet
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
1. Agenda Review. (Meg Holden – CCAC chair)
2. Approval of Minutes.
3. Project Updates/Information:
– Preliminary discussion about name changes for some streets in Crozet –Andy Slack GIS Specialist II (Crozet Road Connection file)
– Presentation regarding plans for use of old Moose Lodge – Dr. Schoeb
– Presentation about request for Special Use Permit to allow for
continued polo matches at King Family Vineyards – David King
– Follow up from January meeting regarding Economic Development – Susan Stimart
– Discussion about Milestone Partners hosting a series of public
meetings regarding key points of development on the Former Barnes property – Frank Stoner
– Review of “ombudsman” roles and discussion about which areas
members would like to focus on (Ombudsman list 2013)
4. Items not listed on the agenda.
– Blue Ridge Patrol District will be hosting a Coffee with a Cop event at the Mud House in Crozet on February 26, 2015
– Reminder that the next CCAC meeting will be held at The Meadows on Wednesday March 18, 2015.
6. Future Agenda Items.