Citizens Rank Priorities for Initiative Funds
Crozet Gazette Friday, May 05, 2017 at 7 a.m.
Improvements to The Square came out as the top vote-getter when the Crozet Community Advisory Council met for the second month in the cafeteria of Crozet Elementary School May 18 to rank possible uses for Crozet’s share of the county’s $1.4 million Neighborhood Improvement Funding Initiative.
County facilitators Emily Kilroy and Laurie Allshouse had prepared two lists, one with ideas presumed to cost less than $50,000 and another with ideas likely more expensive than $50,000. They introduced a system in which colored dots with different values were placed on possible options and the final values tallied. All present got one strip with each color of dot on it to place alongside their preferences.
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