CCAC Meeting Agenda 13 Octtober 2021

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Virtual Meeting 

Wednesday, October 13, 2021 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

This meeting is being held pursuant to and in compliance with Ordinance No. 20-A(14): An Ordinance to Ensure the Continuity of Government During the Covid-19 Disaster.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING

ONLINE:
If you do not have Zoom already, download Zoom, it’s free!
Use this link https://albemarle-org.zoom.us/j/94571782297  to join the webinar.

BY PHONE/CALL-IN:  Dial (301) 715-8592. Type in the Webinar ID: 945 7178 2297 followed by the pound (#) sign.

If you have any questions, please email Carolyn Schaffer at cshaffer2@albemarle.org

Agenda

1. Call to Order and Agenda Review. (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 3 minutes)

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes – (Minutes of August 11, 2021 Meeting; 2 minutes)

3. Future meetings agenda planning (30 minutes) CCAC members
– Discuss & prioritize possible agenda topics for upcoming meetings
– Discuss holiday meeting schedule

4.  Committee Business (10 minutes) Allie Pesch, CCAC Chair

The County staff posted this month’s agenda and documents at: https://www.albemarle.org/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/1552/16

Next Regular Meeting:  November 10, 2021 (Joint CAC meeting)


Please also mark your calendar for the Board of Supervisors meeting on Wednesday, October 20, which will include the public hearing for the final draft of the Crozet Master Plan. Instructions for participating and other details for that are here: https://www.albemarle.org/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/966/16


Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information

CCAC Overview & Duties: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/crozet-community-advisory-committee-v4

To Incorporate or Not?

To Incorporate or Not?

Recently the CCA was sent the following article by the author, a local resident, who took it upon himself to get some answers to the question of what’s involved in a geographic area in Virginia becoming an incorporated town.   The article, which was originally published in The Lodger, for residents at The Lodge at Old Trail.   It is re-printed here with the permission of the author.

In addition, Ms. Lisa Martin wrote an article about what’s involved in Crozet becoming an incorporated town for the Crozet Gazette, in March 2021 – https://www.crozetgazette.com/2021/03/05/what-crozet-stands-to-gain-and-lose-as-a-town/

We encourage you to attend the virtual CCA meeting on Thursday, September 9, at 7:30 PM to hear a presentation on this topic, by Drew Williams.


To Incorporate or Not, a Recurring Question?
by James Clark

Every now and then, there is talk about incorporating Crozet as a Virginia Town. Crozet is a neighborhood community in Albemarle County, a place name on maps, and a designation by the U.S. Census Bureau as a population-concentrated area for statistical purposes. Why the current interest by some people in suggesting Crozet be made a new political subdivision known as the Town of Crozet?

Our understanding is that the growth in population density and the associated impacts such as traffic increases appear to be the main impetus for proposing more independence for Crozet. County agencies and its governing body are now responsible for all planning and zoning within Crozet and Old Trail. Town status would give residents more authority over development affairs.

If town establishment were to occur and its boundaries included Old Trail, all included residents would feel the effect of the new layer of government. This would include an additional election of town council members and a possible added personal property tax for vehicle owners.

State rules govern the creation of a new government subdivision, so we asked the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development to tell us what has to happen to establish a new town in Virginia. We also consulted the feasibility report on town incorporation done for Massanutten, a Virginia resort community likely to eventually incorporate.

Who initiates the process to form a town and is there an official procedure that must be followed?
The process can be initiated in either of two ways. In the judicial process, a petition is filed with the county circuit court by at least 100 qualified voters residing in the area to be incorporated. The circuit court with which the petition is filed notifies the Virginia Supreme Court, which appoints a special court to hear the case for incorporation. The special court may request the Virginia Commission on Local Government to conduct a review of the proposed incorporation. The specific requirements of the judicial process are spelled out in the Code of Virginia law (chapter 36 of title 15.2).

Alternatively, petitioners can request the Virginia General Assembly to enact town incorporation on its own through a special act, requiring enough members to be persuaded for two-thirds majority votes in each house of the legislature for the incorporation to succeed.

What roles do the state or county play in the process to establish a new town?
In the judicial process, a copy of the petition must be provided to the county attorney and each member of the Board of Supervisors. The county can be party to the incorporation case, but does not have veto authority. The special court may order incorporation of the town when it has been assured that all standards in the law have been met. After incorporation has been ordered by the special court, the charter is requested for adoption by the new town council. The Virginia General Assembly is responsible for the adoption of the municipal charter. On the other hand, if the General Assembly passes legislation proposed by its members to enact a town, the legislation would be the town charter. The charter is the document that defines the organization, powers, functions, and essential procedures of the town government.

How are the boundaries for a proposed town determined?
There are two related standards that help determine the town boundary: First, the number of inhabitants of the proposed town must exceed 1,000. Second, the statute states that the area of land designated to be embraced within the town must be judged as “not excessive.”

How many members must serve on the governing body and when do they take office?
The first election of town council members must be held within 90 days of town incorporation and must include five members. Registered voters within the town boundaries, as determined by the county electoral board, are eligible to vote. The original council members serve until their successors are elected and take office pursuant to the town charter.

Besides a governing body, what other agencies must be established for the new town to function and how and when are they established?
Generally, additional agencies are established based upon the direction of the town governing body and as called for in the town charter. Other towns have established their own police departments or made arrangements with the county for law enforcement. Towns are required, however, to establish a local planning commission which typically consists of private citizens appointed by the town council. County public schools continue to provide education for town residents.

Does an incorporated town have control over zoning and land use matters?
Whereas counties are responsible for county-wide planning and zoning, towns are responsible for planning and zoning within town boundaries including the development and amendments of a town comprehensive plan. Towns ensure compliance with its zoning laws by appointing a Zoning Administrator and a Board of Zoning Appeals to hear appeals of the administrator’s decisions and zoning actions.

Are taxes imposed by the new town in addition to or in place of other local taxes?
The town would likely be required to assess a local real property tax to cover expenses. The town real property tax would be in addition to the county real property tax. The Lodge ownership would be subject to any new town real property taxes. A town vehicle tax would be in addition to a county vehicle tax. The adoption of other tax powers that have been granted to towns appear to be at the discretion of the town governing body.

How long does the process to establish a town typically last?
Department of Housing and Community Development: We do not have an answer to this question because the process is rare and has not occurred since 1990 when the town of Clinchco was formed by Special Act of the General Assembly. Massanutten report: Town incorporation via judicial proceedings can be fairly time consuming and fairly expensive due to the necessity of legal representation, analysis, and court action. Town incorporation directly via Virginia General Assembly enactment can be relatively quick and inexpensive, but more politically based.

Do private citizens get the opportunity to endorse or object to proposed town incorporation?
If the matter is referred to the Commission on Local Government for review by either the Special Court or the General Assembly, the Commission would conduct a public hearing on whether or not the town’s establishment meets the criteria of town incorporation. All interested parties may present evidence before the commission at the hearing. It is likely that the ruling bodies would want to hear from as many affected parties as possible, making a public hearing all but certain.

January 2021

Reprinted with permission from the author.

 

CCA Meeting Agenda September 9, 2021

Crozet Community Association Meeting Agenda
September 9, 2021 at 7:30 PM
Virtual Meeting

How to participate:  Email CrozetCommunity@gmail.com to request the Zoom meeting ID and password.
Don’t have Zoom? Download it by clicking here.

(Click here for PDF version of the agenda)

Welcome
Agenda Review / Changes and additions from the floor.
Approval of the CCA’s last meeting’s minutes (January 14, 2021; click here for PDF version of the minutes)
Treasurer’s Report  (2021 Dues: Still just $10 annual contribution)

Presentation: What’s involved in Crozet becoming an incorporated town?   Drew Williams, AICP; Chief Executive Officer, The Berkley Group

 Update and News from Ann Mallek, our county supervisor

 Old Business:

  • Re-cap of Crozet Independence Day Celebration held on July 3, 2021

New Business:

  • IF there is a Crozet Independence Day Celebration, it will be Saturday, July 2, 2022.
  • Crozet Master Plan revision – Prepare for the public hearing at the Planning Commission regarding the final draft of the Crozet Master Plan on Tuesday, September 14 at 6pm.
  • Please also mark your calendars for Wednesday, October 20, which is tentatively the final public hearing for the Crozet Master Plan at the Board of Supervisors.

Announcements –   


 The next CCA meeting is tentatively November 11, 2021 at 7:30 PM
at the Crozet Park Community Building (aka old radio building)
Join our email list by signing up at: http://CrozetCommunity.org/contact-us/

This email list is moderated, so you cannot get spam because only approved email messages are sent out.  Volume is usually 2-4 emails a month, all related to Crozet & Western Albemarle events and concerns.


The Crozet Community Association Bylaws

CCAC Meeting Agenda 11 August 2021

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Virtual Meeting 

Wednesday, August 11, 2021 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

This meeting is being held pursuant to and in compliance with Ordinance No. 20-A(14): An Ordinance to Ensure the Continuity of Government During the Covid-19 Disaster.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING

ONLINE:
If you do not have Zoom already, download Zoom, it’s free!
Use this link https://albemarle-org.zoom.us/j/94571782297  to join the webinar.

BY PHONE/CALL-IN:  Dial (301) 715-8592. Type in the Webinar ID: 945 7178 2297 followed by the pound (#) sign.

If you have any questions, please email Carolyn Schaffer at cshaffer2@albemarle.org

Agenda

1. Call to Order and Agenda Review. (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 3 minutes)

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes – (Minutes of June 9, 2021 Meeting2 minutes)

3. RWSA Projects Update – (Bill Mawyer, RWSA Executive Director; 30 minutes)

4. Master Plan Discussion – Board Work Session & Next Steps (30 minutes)
CCAC members discussion

5. Committee Business (10 minutes) Allie Pesch, CCAC Chair

The County staff posted this month’s agenda and documents at: https://www.albemarle.org/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/1552/16

 

 

Next Regular Meeting: Tentative: September 27, 2021 (Joint CAC meeting)


Documents from previous Crozet Master Plan meetings: November 12, 2020: Crozet Master Plan Land Use Engagement Summary (pdf)January Workshop Feedback Summary, February Events Feedback Summary
Draft  Guiding Principles & Goals (5/7/2020)


Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information

CCAC Overview & Duties: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/crozet-community-advisory-committee-v4

Crozet Plaza Update – Monday, June 14, 2021

Crozet Plaza Update
Monday, June 14, 2021 at 7:00 PM
Click here to join this Zoom meeting

The Downtown Crozet Initiative group have been working behind the scenes with Albemarle County, VDOT, Milestone Partners (developer) and others to make progress on the future Crozet plaza. Please join them this Monday, June 14, via Zoom to view the most recent proposed plans for the plaza and hear a projected timeline for when the groundbreaking will commence! You also will have the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback, as community input is invaluable to the success of downtown. We hope to see everyone there!  Click here to let them know you’re coming!

Click here to join this Zoom meeting
Or
If you do not have Zoom already, or download Zoom, it’s free!
Then the Zoom meeting ID: 969 8066 8321         Passcode: 082757
If calling in, dial: (929) 205-6099


A sneak peek of the proposed plaza design that will be shared!

Picture of proposed Crozet Plaza site plan revision

Proposed Crozet Plaza site plan revision

 

CCAC Meeting Agenda 9 June 2021

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Virtual Meeting 

Wednesday, June 9, 2021 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

This meeting is being held pursuant to and in compliance with Ordinance No. 20-A(14): An Ordinance to Ensure the Continuity of Government During the Covid-19 Disaster.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING

ONLINE:
If you do not have Zoom already, download Zoom, it’s free!
Use this link https://albemarle-org.zoom.us/j/94571782297  to join the webinar.

BY PHONE/CALL-IN:  Dial (301) 715-8592. Type in the Webinar ID: 945 7178 2297 followed by the pound (#) sign.

If you have any questions, please email Carolyn Schaffer at cshaffer2@albemarle.org

Agenda

1. Call to Order and Agenda Review. (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 3 minutes)

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes – (Minutes of May 12, 2021 Meeting2 minutes)

3. Master Plan Discussion: Implementation Priorities  (45 minutes)
County Staff: Rachel Falkenstein, Tori Kanellopoulos
CCAC members discussion

4. Committee Business (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 10 minutes)

The County staff posted this month’s agenda and documents at: https://www.albemarle.org/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/1402/16
which includes their draft Implementation Project for Crozet

 

Next Regular Meeting: TBD


Documents from previous Crozet Master Plan meetings: November 12, 2020: Crozet Master Plan Land Use Engagement Summary (pdf)January Workshop Feedback Summary, February Events Feedback Summary
Draft  Guiding Principles & Goals (5/7/2020)


Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information

CCAC Overview & Duties: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/crozet-community-advisory-committee-v4

Crozet Independence Day Celebration

Crozet Independence Day Celebration banner
The Tenth Annual Crozet Independence Day Parade, Celebration, and Fireworks,  Saturday, July  3, 2021

Click here to jump down to donation information.

Click here to jump down to volunteer information.

Click here to jump down to exiting Crozet Park after the fireworks plan.


It all starts with the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) parade at 5:00 PM at Crozet Elementary School and goes down Crozet Avenue through downtown Crozet to Claudius Crozet Park.  The Parade Grand Marshal is Mr. Austin Critzer.  Mr. Critzer is the oldest and longest serving lifetime member of the CVFD, having served 73 years.

If you would like to be a part of the 2021 Crozet Firemen’s parade, please submit your entry to be in the parade  to ensure you are included in the lineup. Lineup will be based on a first come basis. Horses/livestock will be placed near or at the end of the parade. Lineup will begin at 4:00 P.M. at Crozet Elementary School and the parade ends at Claudius Crozet Park.

The celebration begins at Claudius Crozet Park after the parade.    Bring a lawn chair if you want to be comfortable as you listen to the local band, Jacabone.   Traditional American Fourth of July fare will be available, including hot dogs,  hamburgers, chicken, kettle korn, funnel cake, BBQ, and sno-cones, as well as vegetarian and vegan choices, tacos, and other favorites! Local beer and Bold Rock Cider will also be available for a separate cost.  Event culminates at 9:30 PM with a stupendous fireworks show. (We have it at 9:30 PM so it’s late enough to be dark, but not too late to for the youngsters to view the show.)

There are no pets allowed in the event

Designated smoking areas are provided and we ask that you only smoke in those areas.  If you live nearby Crozet Park, we encourage you to walk!

How much would you pay for such good times?  All that’s asked is a donation of $5 per person (and  children 9 years and under are free) as you enter the festivities (parking is free).  The non-profit civic groups in Crozet are the ones that benefit from any money raised above the cost of the event, so please be generous.  Most years, we’ve donated over $7,000 to CVFD, WARS, Crozet Park, and other civic groups.

Check out our Facebook page at: http://facebook.com/Crozet.Independence.Day.Celebration

Download a copy of our flyer by clicking here.

The event is sponsored by the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department, Crozet Community Association, Claudius Crozet Park, Crozet Lions Club,  Life Journey Church, Crozet Board of Trade, and several other area churches, and citizen volunteers.


Making a Contribution

These events involve a lot of donated time from a lot of individuals, but they can’t happen without financial contributions, too. We want everyone to enjoy our small-town event, so we only ask for donations at the entrance – A donation of $5 per person (and  children 9 and under are free) as you enter the festivities (parking is free).   Of course, we appreciate all donations, but to boost our efforts to cover expenses, we have three leadership donor levels and we are hoping that you will show your support by becoming a lead patron this year.

  • For a gift of $500 or more, we will prominently display your company banner you provide at the entrance to the park during the event, identify your patron status in the Crozet Gazette and event handbill and provide you with ten passes to the celebration in the park.
  • For a gift of $250 to $499, you will receive acknowledgment in the Crozet Gazette and event handbill and four passes to the celebration in the park.
  • And, for a gift of $100 to $249 you will receive two passes to the celebration in the park, published thanks in the Crozet Gazette and the event handbill.

July 3rd  will be here before you know it.  Won’t you join us by contributing whatever you can afford?  If being a lead patron is too much this year, please send whatever you can afford.   Your contribution is tax-deductible charitable donation. Last year, thanks to generous donations, we donated over $7,000 to multiple local charities- including the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department, Western Albemarle Rescue Squad, Crozet Trails Crew, and Claudius Crozet Park.  Thank you!

Please make your donation by Wednesday, June 30 in order to be listed on the event  handbill. 

  1. You can mail a check payable to: Crozet Board of Trade and send it to: CBT, P.O. Box 261, Crozet, VA 22932.  Please put  “CIDC donation” on the memo line.
  2. You can contribute right now, online, by clicking on this link:  Donate to CIDC through Network for Good
  3. Please put “CIDC donation” in the Designation box.
  4. Thank you for your generous support!

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It takes a village – won’t you help out on Saturday, July 3 for an hour?

We need your help for just an hour or two on Saturday, July 3.  Below is the website to sign-up to help with the Crozet Independence Day Celebration (CIDC)  Saturday, July 3, between 5PM to 10PM (or Sunday morning to pick up the park).  There are a variety of tasks and time slots. Most of the time slots are only an hour – so there’s lots of ways to help and still enjoy the event.

To volunteer for an hour, please click here.

When you sign-up it will ask for your name, email and, optionally phone number.  No one else can see your email and phone.  We promise we won’t share it.  It’s helpful for us to have it if something happens and we need to let you know about a last minute change.

We urge church groups, civic and neighborhood associations to sign-up.  Crozet Trails Crew already has volunteered to staff one spot the whole evening!  Let’s see which group can have the most volunteers!

With your help, we can make this Crozet Independence Day celebration the best ever!

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Exiting Crozet Park after the Fireworks!

Exiting Crozet Park after the fireworks should be quick and smooth this year.  Lenoir Parking will be guiding everyone out of the park at the main entrance/exit.

Those who wish to go east (e.g., Ivy or Charlottesville) or north (e.g., White Hall) will turn LEFT out of Crozet Park and use Eastern Avenue to Park Ridge Drive to Three Notch’d Road (Route 240).   Lenoir Parking will have persons stationed at the intersections from Crozet Park to Three Notch’d Road to help you make all the correct turns!

Those who want to go  west (e.g., Afton) or south (e.g., Batesville) will turn RIGHT out of Crozet Park and use Tabor Avenue to Crozet Avenue (Rte 240).   Albemarle County Police officers will be directing traffic at the Crozet Avenue/ Tabor Street intersection.  Plans for exiting Crozet Park are in progress, return here for updates!

Thank you for your help in making our small-town tradition a success!

 

Map of how to exit Crozet Park after the fireworks.

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Donate to Crozet Independence Day Celebration

The Tenth Annual Crozet Independence Day
Parade, Celebration, and Fireworks
Saturday, July 3, 2021
Making a Contribution

These events involve a lot of donated time from a lot of individuals and donated materials and services from local companies, but it still cannot happen without financial contributions, too.  All we ask is a donation of $5 per person (and $2 donation for children 9 years and under for the child amusements) as you enter the festivities (parking is free).

Your donation helps to pay for the fireworks and event expenses.  The non-profit civic groups in Crozet are the ones that benefit from any money raised above the cost of the event.  Each year we’ve donated over $6,000 to local civic groups, including the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department, Western Albemarle Rescue Squad, Claudius Crozet Park, and the Crozet Trails Crew (among others), so please be generous.

  • You can contribute right now, online, by clicking on this link:  Donate to CIDC through Network for Good
  • Please put “CIDC donation” in the Designation box.

 

Of course, we appreciate all donations, but to boost our efforts to cover expenses, we have three leadership donor levels and we are hoping that you will show your support by becoming a lead patron this year.

  • For a gift of $500 or more, we will prominently display your company banner you provide at the entrance to the park during the event, identify your patron status in the Crozet Gazette and event handbill and provide you with ten passes to the celebration in the park as well as published thanks in the Crozet Gazette and the event handbill.
  • For a gift of $250 to $499, you will receive acknowledgment in the Crozet Gazette and event handbill and four passes to the celebration in the park.
  • And, for a gift of $100 to $249, you will receive two passes to the celebration in the park, published thanks in the Crozet Gazette and the event handbill.

June 29 will be here before you know it.  Won’t you join us by contributing whatever you can afford?  If being a lead patron is too much, please send whatever you can afford.   Your contribution is tax-deductible charitable donation. Thank you!

Please make your donation by Friday, June 25 in order to be listed on the event  handbill. 

  1. You can mail a check payable to: Crozet Board of Trace and send it to: CBT, P.O. Box 863, Crozet, VA 22932.  Please put  “CIDC donation” on the memo line.
  2. You can contribute right now, online, by clicking on this link:  Donate to CIDC through Network for Good
  3. Please put “CIDC donation” in the Designation box.
  4. Thank you for your generous support!

 

It takes a village – won’t you help out on Saturday, July 3 for an hour?

We need your help for just an hour or two on Saturday, July 3rd.   Below is the website to sign-up to help with the Crozet Independence Day Celebration (CIDC) between 5PM to 10PM (or help pick up the park on Sunday). There are a variety of tasks and time slots. Most of the time slots are only an hour – so there’s lots of ways to help and still enjoy the event.

To sign up, please click here!

When you sign-up it will ask for your name, email and, optionally phone number.  No one else can see your email and phone.  We promise we won’t share it.  It’s helpful for us to have it if something happens and we need to let you know about a last minute change.

We urge church groups, civic and neighborhood associations to sign-up.  Crozet Trails Crew already has volunteered to staff one spot the whole evening!  Let’s see which group can have the most volunteers!

With your help, we can make this Crozet Independence Day celebration the best ever!

 

CCAC Meeting Agenda 12May 2021

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Virtual Meeting 

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

This meeting is being held pursuant to and in compliance with Ordinance No. 20-A(14): An Ordinance to Ensure the Continuity of Government During the Covid-19 Disaster.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING

ONLINE:
If you do not have Zoom already, download Zoom, it’s free!
Use this link https://albemarle-org.zoom.us/j/94571782297  to join the webinar.

BY PHONE/CALL-IN:  Dial (301) 715-8592. Type in the Webinar ID: 945 7178 2297 followed by the pound (#) sign.

If you have any questions, please email Carolyn Schaffer at cshaffer2@albemarle.org

Agenda

1. Call to Order and Agenda Review. (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 3 minutes)

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes – (Minutes of April 14, 2021 Meeting; 2 minutes)

3. Master Plan Discussion: Land Use & Project Next Steps (60 minutes)
County Staff: Rachel Falkenstein, Michaela Accardi, Tori Kanellopoulos
Topics:

  • Summary of implementation engagement approach
  • Discussion of Land Use Chapter revisions based on community/BOS feedback

4. Committee Business (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 10 minutes)

Next Regular Meeting: Wednesday, June 9, 2021 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM.


Please also take the time to watch last week’s (4/7/2021) Board of Supervisors (BOS) work session on the Crozet Master plan Draft Land Use chapter. The meeting video is available on Albemarle County’s BOS website. The staff presentation begins around the 1:26:00 mark, and the board members’ questions and comments start around 1:51:00 and continue through 2:41:00.

Documents from previous Crozet Master Plan meetings: November 12, 2020: Crozet Master Plan Land Use Engagement Summary (pdf)January Workshop Feedback Summary, February Events Feedback Summary
Draft  Guiding Principles & Goals (5/7/2020)


Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information

CCAC Overview & Duties: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/crozet-community-advisory-committee-v4

CCAC Meeting Agenda 14 April 2021

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Virtual Meeting 

Wednesday, April 14, 2021 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda

This meeting is being held pursuant to and in compliance with Ordinance No. 20-A(14): An Ordinance to Ensure the Continuity of Government During the Covid-19 Disaster.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING

ONLINE:
If you do not have Zoom already, download Zoom, it’s free!
Use this link https://albemarle-org.zoom.us/j/94571782297  to join the webinar.

BY PHONE/CALL-IN:  Dial (301) 715-8592. Type in the Webinar ID: 945 7178 2297 followed by the pound (#) sign.

If you have any questions, please email Carolyn Schaffer at cshaffer2@albemarle.org

Agenda

1. Call to Order and Agenda Review. (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 3 minutes)

2. Welcome New Members (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 10 minutes)

3. Approve last meeting’s minutes – (Minutes of March 10, 2021 Meeting2 minutes)

4. Master Plan Discussion: Transportation & Conservation Draft Chapters (60 minutes)
County Staff: Rachel Falkenstein, Michaela Accardi, Kevin McDermott, Tim Padolino
Topics:  (Draft Transportation and Conservation chapters are on the Imagine Crozet website, where you can also leave feedback and input.)

  • Summary of conservation and transportation updates and changes
  • Draft chapters overview

5. Committee Business (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 10 minutes)

Next Regular Meeting: Wednesday, May 12, 2021 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM.


Please also take the time to watch last week’s (4/7/2021) Board of Supervisors (BOS) work session on the Crozet Master plan Draft Land Use chapter. The meeting video is available on Albemarle County’s BOS website. The staff presentation begins around the 1:26:00 mark, and the board members’ questions and comments start around 1:51:00 and continue through 2:41:00.

Documents from previous Crozet Master Plan meetings: November 12, 2020: Crozet Master Plan Land Use Engagement Summary (pdf)January Workshop Feedback Summary, February Events Feedback Summary
Draft  Guiding Principles & Goals (5/7/2020)


Note: CCAC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
CCAC Fact Sheet and committee information

CCAC Overview & Duties: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/crozet-community-advisory-committee-v4