This is a must-listen and must-read story from Charlottesville Community Engagement.
- The CCAC meeting on 10 March 2021 was one of the worst CCAC meetings I’ve watched; what could be a productive dialogue, wasn’t.
- The Crozet Master Plan needs to evolve; keeping the principles from 2004 and 2010 is not recognizing that a lot has changed in nearly 20 years.
- Plans need to evolve.
If you’re new to Crozet, or simply don’t pay attention, please take the time to listen to this, and then get involved somehow.
There’s a lot here, not the least how the County Staff were treated.
A relevant reminder with respect to this is that the CCAC votes are guides, but are not actually part of the legislative process; the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors are that process.
“This is no longer the Crozet Master Plan; this is now the Planning Commission and staff master plan, because we voted against the middle density, and here we are back with it again,” (Tom Loach) said.
Continue reading “March CCAC Recap – Crozet’s Master Plan & Contentiousness”