CCAC May 2018 Recap | Western Park, Crozet Survey

Two big things were discussed in last night’s CCAC meeting – the Western Park, and the  Crozet Master Plan update resolution.  I’ll leave the story telling to others, but will share highlights, many of which can be found in the tweets, if you’re so inclined. (also, below, after the jump)



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CCAC Meeting 16 May 2018 | More on the Crozet Survey

Local government in action, folks.

#CCAC0518 for those who’ll follow along on Twitter.

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The Crozet Library
Wednesday, May 16, 2018 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.


1. Agenda Review (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair)
2. Approval of Minutes (Draft minutes previous meetings: April and March)
3. Western Park Master Plan Update (Bob Crickenberger, Albemarle County Parks and Recreation, and David Anhold,  Anhold Associates – 50 min)
4. Mini-Review of the 2017 Crozet Community Survey Method and Results (Shawn Bird – 20 min)
5. Discussion of Crozet Master Plan Update Statement to PC & BoS (All–20min) Updated Draft Crozet Master Plan update resolution–May 2018

6. Items Not Listed on the Agenda
7. Announcements
8. Potential Future Agenda Items
a. Jun-Crozet Drinking Water Infrastructure Plan Update (Mr. Mawyer ACSA/RWSA)
b. Summer- Albemarle County Stormwater Utility Plans (Greg Harper, Env. Services Chief)

Crozet Arts & Crafts Festival – 12/13 May 2018

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The Crozet Arts and Crafts Festival is this weekend and we are still in need of volunteers!!! If you have just a couple of hours that you can volunteer this weekend that would be great! The Crozet Arts and Crafts Festival is May 12/13 at Claudius Crozet Park and we invite you to take part! Come set up the Festival, check in Exhibitors, sell tickets, pour wine and beer, and more – your time and dedication makes the Festival possible! Plus, you get free admission all weekend, just for donating a couple hours of your time! Please sign up to volunteer at the sign up genius.

The Festival is held bi-annually as a benefit for Claudius Crozet Park, a registered non-profit owned and operated by the community of Crozet.