Today’s August Free Press has an interesting story about the expansion of Crozet’s spending power, further highlighting the redefinition of “regionalism.”
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A lack of supporting infrastructure and a major dispute over population figures has put Crozet at the center of controversy, with residents making sharp accusations that county leaders have misled them, misrepresented them or simply let them down.
From a diligent researcher:
Additional Crozet HOAs: Info from State Corp. Comm.
8/3/06 (information may not be current as filings with state are due on annual basis)
Western Ridge Owners Association, Inc.
PO Box 924
Crozet VA 22932
President: Don Rich
Note: they used to have a website: www.wroaboard.org, but it appears to be defunct.
Old Trail Village Community Association, Inc.
800 East Jefferson St.
Charlottesville VA 22902
President: Gaylon Beights
Clover Lawn Village Owners Association, Inc.
100 Tenth St. Suite 103
Charlottesville VA 22902
President: Josh Goldschmidt
*Note: Developer may be is in the process of transferring control to homeowners.
Waylandâ€™s Grant Homeownersâ€™ Association
1926 Pinellas Point Dr. S.
St. Petersburg FL 33712
President: Robert E. Bargamin, Jr.
Bargamin Park Owners Association, Inc.
No address listed; registered agent is attorney M. Clifton McClure in Cville.
Vice President: Tom Selinger
Foxchase Ownersâ€™ Association, Inc.
1900 Arlington Blvd Suite A
Charlottesville VA 22903
President: Jeff Gaffney
Westhall Community Association, Inc.
No address listed; registered agent is attorney Robert Kroner in Cville
Directors are Hauser employees (Andy Lee, Frank Stoner, etc.)Â and Josh Goldschmidt
In the continuing effort to facilitate the conversation and dialogue between Crozetians, I am trying to compile local Homeowners’ Associations – hopefully websites, contact information for any and all will be appreciated. There is only so much that Google/Yahoo can do. 🙂
If you know (or are) an HOA president, VP, treasurer, or simply want to be involved, please leave the information in the comments below or email me.
The 250/240 intersection is potentially dangerous and definitely inefficient.
Per usual, “spokesperson for the Virginia Department of Transportation … says heâ€™s not sure when decisions for 240/250 will be made, but says itâ€™s a three-way decision-making process among developers, County planners and traffic officials…”
Don’t hold your breath.
A roundup of last night’s CCA meeting is coming, but I wanted to briefly note a couple of things:
2)Â About 35 -40 residents turned out – a relatively large number for a summer meeting.
3) The Crozet Library project may have some interesting developments coming down the pike. With a bit more investigation, I will write more.
4) In discussing the perceived poor implementation of the Western Connector and the lack of bike lanes, it was said that – wait for it – “The sidewalks ARE the bike lanes.”