CCAC Meeting Agenda 17 October 2018

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC) Meeting at the Crozet Library
Wednesday, October 17 from 7:00 to 8:45 PM

Click here for PDF (printable) version of the agenda.

Agenda

1.  Introductions and Agenda Review. (Allie Pesch – CCAC chair)

2.  Approval of Minutes (Draft minutes of the September meeting)

3.  Peachtree Baseball and Softball Field Lights at Crozet Park Lower Field (Cheryl Madison, Peachtree Board President; Drew Holzwarth, Claudius Crozet Park Board Member; Joe Forche, Musco Sports Lights – 30 minutes)

4.  Downtown Crozet Initiative Update (Meg Holden, DCI Board Chair – 30 minutes)

5.  Discussion of Possible All-CAC Topics (All – 30 min)

6.  Items Not Listed on the Agenda

7.  November agenda topics  (Note meeting date changed to November 14)
      – David Hannah, Natural Resources Manager, Albemarle County Community Development (proposals for water quality and stream health improvement)
– Pleasants Industries, Inc.


The CCAC’s role and “charter” doc’s are found here:
General CCAC infohttp://www.albemarle.org/department.asp?department=cdd&relpage=4422
CCAC Overview & Duties:  http://www.albemarle.org/upload/images/webapps/boards/bc/showrecs.asp?ID=12

Acme Visible Records property remediation update

Update on Acme Visible Records property remediation

This is the former site of Acme Visible Records, the property to the east (Charlottesville side) of the Delivery Agent/Starr Hill Brewery building. It is now called the Wilson Jones property, because the Wilson Jones Company owns it.

Click here for October 2018 letter about environmental remediation progress, which provides a list of the anticipated project tasks to occur for the current Interim Measures (IM) soil remediation and ongoing Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) tasks at the Former Acme Visible Records site. We completed the interim soil excavation remediation measures during the second week of August 2018. The soil blending portion of the IM started in September on the north side of the Wilson Jones site’s property  This task will likely last from three to four months.

You can also click here for the Environmental Remediation schedule of tasks as of September 4, 2018)

Please feel free to contact Ms. Sarah Huddle at (804) 788-4485 or sarahhuddle <at> thinkalbright.com if she can be of further assistance. Wilson Jones Company is committed to working with the VDEQ and the community to complete the project and bring the property back to productive use.

Internet Access Needs Survey

The Albemarle Broadband Authority Asks for Help
Identifying Internet Access Needs in the County

The Albemarle Broadband Authority (ABBA) needs your input!
The ABBA is identifying potential projects for the 2019 Virginia Telecommunication Initiative (VATI) grant opportunity.
Their first step is to identify access needs because there is no database that provides information about what Internet services are available throughout the county. With your input, you can help them develop an accurate picture of where the problem areas are located.
Use this short form https://bit.ly/2QqLDUc to let them know about areas within the county that lack broadband access and forward this form to anyone who might also like to participate.
Please respond by Wednesday, October 31. If you do not have Internet connection, you can call 434-296-5891 to report your information, or use the Crozet Library computers to complete the form online.
Areas that have previously been identified have been mapped and can be found here:https://bit.ly/2MXGzsk. If your location is on one of the maps, or you have given them your feedback before, we still want to hear from you.
If you have any questions, please call 434-296-5891 or e-mail broadband@albemarle.org.
For more about ABBA, its mission, meeting dates, and other information, visit www.albemarle.org/ABBA
Thank you in advance.

Downtown Crozet Initiative Meeting October 4, 2018

Downtown Crozet Initiative (DCI) Meeting
Thursday, October 4, 2018 from Noon to 2:oo PM
Crozet Pizza

The October DCI meeting will focus on the downtown Crozet business community.  They especially encourage owners and representatives of local businesses to come hear and discuss the DCI’s plans and vision relating to economic development. The DCI wants to be a partner with the local business community. They’d love to hear business owners’ perspectives as they relate to:

  • Needs of the Crozet business community that the DCI could help address
  • Ideas on how to attract and retain businesses in Crozet

Come connect with the DCI and other local businesses, and share your ideas!

Crozet Pizza will host the meeting in its event space and will offer a limited menu for those interested in dining during the meeting. Please RSVP by clicking here to give Crozet Pizza an idea of the number of attendees.