This solution is shown in the plan for downtown offered by retired landscape architects Warren Byrd and Susan Nelson (local residents) who offered it (free, as good citizens), with an explanation of its hows and whys, to the Crozet Community Advisory Committee last August. That meeting is the only occasion in the memory of your editor when the CCAC responded to a presentation with spontaneous applause. It was appreciation for an elegantly simple resolution of a difficult location to build on. For a report with plan illustrations, see the September 2015 issue of The Gazette.
Love the Crozet Gazette.
Crozet needs a beneficent dictator. At least for the Square, parking, transportation. Read the whole article at The Crozet Gazette to get some sort of understanding about the forces and complexities at work.
And a roundabout at Jarmans/Tabor/Crozet Ave/Library Ave, while we’re at it.
For more background on the above-referenced August 2015 CCAC meeting, see the recap. Notably there, “Warren Byrd acknowledged that the Master Plan should be malleable, and adapt.”
– Also, apparently kids smoke pot.