CCA Meeting Agenda March 10, 2022

Crozet Community Association Meeting Agenda
March 10, 2022 at 7:30 PM
Claudius Crozet Park Community Building
(aka old WPED radio  building)

(Click here for PDF version of the agenda)

Please enter Crozet Park through the front gate on Park Road and park on the basketball courts located behind the main facility and near the Community building. Please do not park along Hilltop Street or Indigo Road.)

Welcome
Agenda Review / Changes and additions from the floor.
Approval of the CCA’s last meeting’s minutes (January 13, 2022; click here for PDF version of the minutes)
Treasurer’s Report  (2022 Dues: Still just $10 annual contribution!)
     CCA:   $3,566.30,  CIDC:  $ $9,557.89 ;  Total: $13,124.19 
     CIDC made civic donations of $6,650 ($250-Crozet Fellowship Church; $900-CTC; $2,500-WARS; $3,000-CVFD; Crozet Park asked that their donation be put to first responders.)
Albemarle County Police Department (ACPD) may visit and give an update. (Evening Patrol Division)

Presentation:  Claudius Crozet’s connections to Crozet and western Albemarle. Phil James

Update and News from Ann Mallek, our county supervisor

Old Business: 

  • Election of CCA officers for 2022.  Current  officers are: President: Tim Tolson, Vice-President: Lisa Goehler, Secretary: Jo Ann Perkins, and Acting Treasurer: Tim Tolson.
    • Candidates must be present at this meeting or have spoken with a current officer about their willingness to serve if elected (Article II of the Bylaws)
  • Crozet Independence Day Celebration will be Saturday, July 2, 2022
    • Volunteers needed to help with planning and putting on the event.

New Business: Any? 

Announcements –   

  • JAUNT is asking for your input on rider needs and improvements on existing service.  Take their survey by going to: https://tinyurl.com/CrozetConnect2022
  • Spots are still available on the Crozet Community Advisory Committee!  Apply at or share this link   https://www.albemarle.org/government/board-of-supervisors/boards-commissions and scroll down to “Apply to Serve.”  Next review of candidates is early April, so apply by March 28th or so.
  • Household Hazardous waste on Friday & Saturday, April 29 and 30 from 9AM to 2PM at IMUC
  • Bulky Waste Amnesty days:
    • Furniture/Mattresses – May 7, 2022; Appliances – May 14, 2022; Tires – May 21, 2022
  • Electronic Waste Collection Day– Saturday, April 23, 2022 from 9 A to 3P at IMUC
  • Commercial Hazardous Waste Collection – Thursday, April 28, 2022.  Qualifying businesses must pre-register with MXI Environmental by April 21st to obtain an appointment.  To register, call or email Peggy Snead at (276) 628-6636, extension 203 or peggys@mxiinc.com. There is a fee associated with disposal.

Future Agenda Items?


 The next CCA meeting is May 12, 2022 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 1-4 emails a month, all related to Crozet & Western Albemarle events and concerns.


The Crozet Community Association Bylaws

CCAC Meeting Agenda 9 February 2022

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Virtual Meeting 

Wednesday, February 9, 2022 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)
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
PROFFERS: Yes
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


Please also plan to attend the Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday, February 15, for the Old Dominion Village development public hearing (ZMA202000005). This development, proposing up to 115 residential units on 23.68 acres on Rte 240 just past Musictoday, hosted its community meeting in July 2020. Recording of that meeting is  available by clicking here.
Spots are open on the Crozet Community Advisory Committee!  If you are interested in applying, please visit and share this link or go to https://www.albemarle.org/government/board-of-supervisors/boards-commissions and scroll down to “Apply to Serve.” 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

CCA Meeting Agenda January 13, 2022

Crozet Community Association Meeting Agenda
January 13, 2022 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 (September 9, 2021; click here for PDF version of the minutes)
Treasurer’s Report  (2022 Dues: Still just $10 annual contribution!)
CCA:   $3,511.30,  CIDC:  $13,457.89;  Total: $16,969.19 ($3,900 donations outstanding)
CIDC made civic donations of $6,650 ($250-Crozet Fellowship Church; $900-CTC; $2,500-WARS; $3,000-CVFD. (Crozet Park asked that their donation be put to first responders.)

Discussion:  Exploring possibility of Crozet becoming an incorporated town?
Article from September 2021 meeting To incorporate or not? And presentation by Drew Williams

 Old Business: Any? 

New Business:

  • Election of CCA officers for 2022.  Current  officers are: President: Tim Tolson, Vice-President: Lisa Goehler, Secretary: Jo Ann Perkins, and Acting Treasurer: Tim Tolson.
    • Candidates must be present at this meeting or have spoken with a current officer about their willingness to serve if elected (Article II of the Bylaws)
  • IF there is a Crozet Independence Day Celebration, it will be Saturday, July 2, 2022

Announcements –   

  • Spots are open on the Crozet Community Advisory Committee!  Apply at or share this link   https://www.albemarle.org/government/board-of-supervisors/boards-commissions and scroll down to “Apply to Serve.”
  • Peachtree Baseball Registration  deadline is this Friday January 14, 2022.  Details at https://peachtreebaseball.com
  • Commercial Hazardous Waste Collection – Thursday, April 28, 2022.  Qualifying businesses must pre-register with MXI Environmental by April 22st to obtain an appointment.  To register, call or email Peggy Snead at (276) 628-6636, extension 203 or peggys@mxiinc.com. There is a fee associated with disposal.
  • Household Hazardous waste on Friday & Saturday, September 24 and 25 from 9AM to 2PM at IMUC
  • Bulky Waste Amnesty days:
    • Furniture/Mattresses – May 7, 2022; Appliances – May 14, 2022; Tires – May 21, 2022
  • Electronic Waste Collection Day– Saturday, April 23, 2022 from 9 A to 3P at IMUC

 The next CCA meeting is tentatively March 10 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 1-4 emails a month, all related to Crozet & Western Albemarle events and concerns.


The Crozet Community Association Bylaws

CCAC Meeting Agenda 12 January 2022

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Virtual Meeting 

Wednesday, January 12, 2022 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)
Recording of this January 12, 2022 meeting 

2. Approve last meeting’s minutes – Draft Minutes of December 8, 2021 Meeting;
Recording of December 8, 2021 meeting on YouTube
There was not a quorum for approval of the Draft Minutes of November 10, 2021 Meeting

3. Community Meeting: ZMA202000012 Montclair [formerly known as White Gate Village]  (60 minutes)
Vito Cetta, Applicant with Kelsey Schlein, Justin Shimp, Shimp Engineering, on behalf of the applicant.
Cameron Langille, Albemarle County Planning Division, Lead Reviewer
TAX MAP/PARCEL: 056E0000000200, 056000000091A0
LOCATION: 5055 Three Notch’d Road, Charlottesville, VA 22901 (on Route 240 beside Wickham Pond)
PROPOSAL: Request to rezone two properties totaling 17.51 acres from the RA Rural Area and LI Light Industry zoning districts to the NMD Neighborhood Model District to allow a mixed-use development with up to 157 residential units and 16,500 sq. ft. of non-residential uses.
PETITION: Request to rezone 12.19 acres from the RA Rural Area zoning district which allows for agricultural, forestal, and fishery uses; residential density (0.5 unit/acre in development lots) to NMD Neighborhood Model District which allows for residential (3 – 34 units/acre) mixed with commercial, service and industrial uses. Request to rezone 5.32 acres from the LI Light Industry zoning district which allows industrial, office, and limited commercial uses (no residential use) to NMD Neighborhood Model District which allows for residential (3 – 34 units/acre) mixed with commercial, service and industrial uses. Proposal includes approximately 3.5 acres of open space and recreational amenities throughout the development. A minimum of 58 and a maximum of 157 residential units are proposed at a maximum gross residential density of 8.96 du/acre for the entire development and a maximum net density of 12 du/acre for the area designated for development in the Crozet Master Plan. A maximum of 16,500 sq. ft. of non-residential uses are proposed. Request proposed to amend the ACSA jurisdictional area boundary to water and sewer on Tax Map Parcel 56-91A.
Materials can be accessed online

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/1851/16?backlist=%2fgovernment%2fcommunity-development%2fcrozet-community-advisory-committee-v4

Next Regular Meeting:  February 9, 2022


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 8 December 2021

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Virtual Meeting 

Wednesday, December 8, 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 – (Draft Minutes of November 10, 2021 Meeting2 minutes)
Recording of November 10, 2021 meeting on YouTube

3. Economic Development Discussion (60 minutes)

  • Presentation about Central Virginia Small Business Development Center
    • Rebecca Haydock, CVSBDC Director
  • Project ENABLE and Crozet business growth opportunities
    • Roger Johnson, Albemarle County Economic Development Director
    • J.T. Newberry, Albemarle County Business Development Manager
  • Committee Q & A
    • CAC members

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/1851/16?backlist=%2fgovernment%2fcommunity-development%2fcrozet-community-advisory-committee-v4

Next Regular Meeting:  December 8, 2021


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 10 November 2021

CROZET COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CCAC)
Virtual Meeting 

Wednesday, November 10, 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 – (Draft Minutes of October 13, 2021 Meeting2 minutes)
Recording of October 13, 2021 meeting

3. Master Planning process debrief (60 minutes)  CCAC members

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/1775/16?curm=11&cury=2021

Next Regular Meeting:  December 8, 2021


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 13 October 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