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CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COUNCIL
The Meadows, Crozet (5735 Meadows Dr.)
Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
1. Agenda Review. (Meg Holden – CCAC chair)
2. Approval of Minutes from October 18, 2012 meeting.
3. Public Comment.
4. Project Updates/Information:
• Community Safety with Officer Steve Watson
• Utilizing Development rights as they relate to easements with Jeff Werner of the Piedmont Environmental Council
• County Boundary changes – Ann Mallek
• Possible plans for Oakley property
• Discuss any information related to thoughts on the possible hotel (?)
• Re-cap of January all councils meeting
• Any news on development of Barnes Lumber Company property
• Update on Crozet Library fundraising (Bill Schrader)
• Developments at the I 64 Interchange
• Redistricting as it relates the master plan with Karen Rubenall
• Update on streetscape
5. Old Business
6. Items not listed on the Agenda
8. Future Agenda Items.
• Meet with New Old Trail Management – who can make the contact?
Like it or not, being involved at the Crozet Community Advisory Council matters.
Agenda after the break.
Continue reading “CCAC Meeting – 17 January 2013”
Quite a few things on the agenda this month, from updates on the Crozet Library construction to Crozet Trails Day (October 21!) to a “future item” to contact the new Old Trail management.
Last month’s meeting had a lot so news, and I’m still apologetic that the tweet-story by Storify got deleted when they had an outage.
Continue reading “CCAC Meeting – 16 October 2012”
Lots of tweets from last night’s Crozet Community Advisory Council. After the break, scroll down and read bottom-to-top.
These are some of my highlights – big discussions regarding traffic and safety regarding Westlake Hills and how the Crozet Library basement space will be used. Charlottesville Tomorrow was there recording so hopefully they’ll have a podcast up. Crozet Gazette was there and I expect Mike will have a comprehensive story up as well.
– All Westlake Hills traffic will go through Westhall, past Crozet Park, on Tabor, onto 240.
– They can build 50 homes before two points of access are required.
– Westlake Hills going to have a pool. Open to Crozetians he said (membership required)
– How should the open space in the new Crozet Library basement be used?
– Is the new Crozet Library basement ADA accessible? (really need clarification on this.)
– More than 60% of building permits in Albemarle County last quarter were in Crozet.
Also, here are a few photos from last night that I published on Google +. Continue reading “CCAC Meeting – 19 September – Westlake Hills & Crozet Library”