Meet the Crozet Community Advisory Committee
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What does the Crozet Community Advisory Committee do?
The Crozet Community Advisory Committee (CCAC) is a 15-member advisory committee appointed by the Board of Supervisors that provides assistance to County staff and the Board on civic and community issues related to implementation of the Crozet Master Plan.
What is the make-up of the Council?
The membership is broad-based to incorporate a variety of perspectives and ideas and to provide citizens, business persons and representatives of active community groups a chance to be engaged and heard in a constructive and meaningful way.
When and where does the CCAC meet?
The CCAC meets on the third Wednesday of each month, from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in the Crozet Library (2020 Library Avenue). Changes to the regular meeting schedule will be posted on the CCAC webpage – www.albemarle.org/ccac
Who can attend a CCAC meeting?
The public is welcome and encouraged to attend any CCAC meeting. Meeting agendas will be posted on the CCAC webpage and at the Crozet Post Office CCAC Display case before meetings.
How can I get involved?
- Attend monthly CCAC meetings
- Review the meeting minutes from past meeting. (Posted on this website.)
- Speak with a CCAC member about Crozet projects, concerns, and the Crozet Master Plan
- Encourage your friends and neighbors to participate
- Assist with CCAC work and special projects
- Join the CCAC-Notify email list, by emailing the CCAC secretary at: CrozetCAC@gmail.com
- Follow information on related websites: http://www.albemarle.org/ccac and http://www.albemarle.org/crozet
- Follow the CCAC agenda and minutes posted on this website under the CCAC Info tab
- Apply to become a CCAC member – vacancies will be posted during the month of March to http://albemarle.org/its/boards
Name (Year appointed) Email Address
- George Barlow (2012) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Beth Bassett (2013) email@example.com
- Philip Best (2012) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Leslie Burns (2012) email@example.com
- Kim Connolly (2014) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mary Gallo (2010) email@example.com
- Kim Guenther (2012) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Alice Lucan (2015) email@example.com
- Lisa Marshall (2014) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jon McKeon (2014) Jon.email@example.com
- Jennifer More (2013) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Susan Munson (2014) email@example.com
- Brenda Plantz (2010) firstname.lastname@example.org
- John Savage (2013) email@example.com
- David Stoner (2014) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ann Mallek, Board of Supervisors liaison email@example.com
- Thomas Loach, Planning Commission liaison, firstname.lastname@example.org
County Contact for CCAC Information: Emily Kilroy – email@example.com
CCAC Liasons as of March 2015
- Neighborhood matters: Beth Bassett, Phil Best
- Economic development: John Savage, Dave Stoner, Kim Connolly
- Infrastructure (Transportation, roads, utilities): John Savage, Susan Munson
- Schools: Beth Bassett, Mary Gallo
- Downtown district growth and development: Dave Stoner, Lisa Marshall, Susan Munson, Leslie Burns
- Parks and Trails: Kim Guenther, Phil Best
- Gateway edges, buffers and rural areas: Jon McKeon (South), Mary Gallo (West), Brenda Plantz (West), John Savage (East), Beth Bassett (North)
- By right projects: Chair (Jennie More) and Co-Chair (Dave Stoner)
- Police/fire/rescue: Tom Loach, Jennie More