I want to get involved in Crozet, but … What are those acronyms?
DCI – Downtown Crozet Initiative (the newest of the groups)
- An offshoot of the CCA; focused on guiding the development of Downtown Crozet, raising funds for grants, providing feedback to the developer, and disseminating what the developer is doing.
- Their mission: “Our mission is to foster a high quality of life in Downtown Crozet by securing resources to ensure that future downtown redevelopment preserves the best of the original character while serving the needs of a growing population. To that end, DCI, Inc. will support economic vitality and community development in Downtown Crozet and facilitate many of the recommendations of the Albemarle County Crozet Master Plan.”
CBoT – Crozet Board of Trade (more at Cvillepedia)
- Private Crozet business organization. Volunteer, meets infrequently, or ad hoc.
- This is not the CCAC.
- Volunteer community organization. Useful for learning about what’s going on in Crozet, and meeting neighbors. Growth and development stuff, in addition to community matters.
- “The CCA was incorporated in February 1985 by a group of local Crozet residents who saw the need to work together to protect, preserve, and enhance our Crozet community and establish a forum where all are welcome.We meet on the second Thursday of the odd-numbered months (e.g., January, March) at 7:30 PM at the Field School.”
- This is not the CCA.
- Useful for learning about what’s going on in Crozet. Mostly focused on growth & development stuff.
- Appointment by the Board of Supervisors.
- The Crozet Community Advisory Committee (CCAC) is an advisory committee that provides assistance to County staff and the Board of Supervisors on civic/community issues related to implementation of the Crozet Master Plan in accordance with established county procedures. Members will communicate with their constituencies to increase understanding of and support for successful implementation of the Master Plan. The membership is broad-based to incorporate a variety of perspectives and ideas and to provide citizens, businesspersons and representatives of active community groups a chance to be engaged and be heard in a constructive and meaningful way. The Crozet Community Advisory Committee is guided by two key documents, the Fact Sheet and the Rules of Procedure.
- The CCAC does not approve or deny anything; they can vote, but don’t have to.
- Provide guidance to the BoS. Lots of projects are run through the CCAC, in part because many projects need to have public hearings. Often, that “community hearing” is fulfilled by going to the CCAC.
- They “are appointed by the BOS and there are 7 of us. One for each district and an at large member. (Their) votes are recommendations passed onto the BoS. They meet at 6pm on Tuesdays … not all Tuesdays, but many and the schedule is online“
- PC is often attended only by those concerned about a project that affects their own backyard.
- They vote on and decide stuff. They’re are elected by Albemarle County voters, but district. We are in the White Hall district.
- They decide stuff. Our Supervisor is Ann Mallek. If you email Ann about a project or something, I’ve heard that copying the entire Board isn’t a bad idea.
- The Beginning – A Conversation with a friend over coffee
- Prologue – Support local journalists & journalism
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- Crozet Acronyms – What do They Mean?
- Crozet Water Supply
- Notes from a Crozet Coffee Conversation
- Ongoing Crozet Projects of Note
- Getting Involved in Crozet – Where to Start?
- … I don’t yet know …