CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Wednesday, February 9, 2022 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM
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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.
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1. Call to Order and Agenda Review. (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair; 3 minutes)
Recording of this February 9, 2022 meeting will be posted on YouTube
2. Approve last meeting’s minutes – Draft Minutes of January 12, 2022 Meeting;
Recording of January 12, 2022 meeting on YouTube
3. Community Meeting: ZMA202000015 Glenbrook (60 minutes)
Ashley Davies, Riverbend Development
Mariah Gleason, Albemarle County Planning Division, Lead Reviewer
PROJECT: ZMA202100015 Glenbrook
MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT: White Hall
TAX MAP/PARCEL: 056A2-01-00-06200
LOCATION: Undeveloped portion of the Glenbrook development located at the westernmost edge of Union Mission Ln, south of Three Notch’D Rd and the railroad and north of the future extension of Park Ridge Dr.
PROPOSAL: Request to amend a proffer.
PETITION: Proffers previously approved with ZMA201600005 included a minimum percentage of single family detached dwelling units to be developed. The applicant is requesting to reduce this minimum percentage from 50% to 40%. The subject property, representing the final phase of the Glenbrook development, is 1.89 acres in size. No change to the zoning district or maximum number of units is proposed.
ZONING: R-6 Residential – 6 units/acre
OVERLAY DISTRICT: EC – Entrance Corridor
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: Middle Density Residential – Residential densities in the range of 6-12 units per acre are recommended. Residential density of up to 18 units per acre could be considered to accommodate additional affordable housing (beyond any baseline affordability requirements); or to allow for construction of small-scale housing types: bungalow courts, small and medium multiplexes, accessory dwelling units, live/work units, small single family cottages, and tiny houses. Secondary uses include religious assembly uses, schools and child care, institutional, and commercial/retail.
Materials can be accessed online: https://lfweb.albemarle.org/weblink/search.aspx?dbid=3&searchcommand=%7b%5bCDD- Planning%5d:%5bApplicationNumber%5d=%22ZMA202100015%22%7d
4. Committee Business (10 minutes) – Allie Pesch, CCAC Chair
The County staff posted this month’s agenda and documents at: https://www.albemarle.org/government/community-development/crozet-community-advisory-committee-v4/-folder-1067#docan1136_2941_1066
Next Regular Meeting: March 9, 2022
Spots are open on the Crozet Community Advisory Committee!
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.” Applications are reviewed and member selections are made by the Board of Supervisors. Once accepted, a committee member serves for two years, with the option of renewing for up to six consecutive years of service. The CCAC currently meets the second Wednesday of each month on Zoom. Applications should be submitted as soon as possible; appointments are finalized in early April.
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