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Bumped back to the top because the conversation at RealCrozetVA is pretty good.
And now, rather than eighteen months after the fact, is the time to voice your opinion, rather than eighteen months or three years from now.
With the adoption of the plan in December 2004, community leaders believed they had a twenty-year plan that would cap Crozet’s population at a maximum of 12,000. Crozet is estimated to have a population of 5,336 people today.
However, Crozet residents began to ask questions after the approval of the Old Trail Village development (up to 2,200
Pantops wants sidewalks. But apparently Albemarle doesn’t have money for much of anything right now. What are the solutions? Gas tax? Local tax district with guaranteed dedicated funding to infrastructure? We know that if we don’t specify up front how taxpayers’ money will be used, it will be frittered away elsewhere … would you be willing to pay a gas tax or sales tax that was specified for infrastructure projects in Charlottesville and Albemarle?
Supervisor David Slutzky (Rio) raised the question of how to pay for such improvements in the Pantops area, such as crosswalks and bike lanes on Route