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On July 10, the IE PEG discussed the City’s process to prioritize infrastructure projects, and learned how two City bureaus approach this process (Parks and Transportation).
At its last meeting, the IE PEG will test an interactive map exercise to explore infrastructure needs and investments within the context of infrastructure equity.
The PEG discussed final recommendations on the Goals and Policies and flexible street standards for Cully Blvd
The IE PEG will discuss the City’s infrastructure project considerations and criteria used for parks and transportation projects.
The IE PEG discussed key themes and recommendations to send project staff on draft policies relating to infrastructure equity (in CPU Part 1). The IE PEG also previewed Part 2 (mapping, systems plans and project prioritization).
The IE PEG will finish review of the IE PEG’s summary memo and discuss local street design and connectivity.
PEG members discussed centers, corridors and growth scenarios using an infrastructure equity lens.
The IE PEG will discuss key themes and recommendations to send project staff on draft policies relating to infrastructure equity (in CPU Part 1). The IE PEG will also get a preview of Part 2 (mapping, systems plans and project prioritization).
April 3, 2013
March 6, 2013
On February 6 the Infrastructure Equity PEG discussed policies in Chapter 6, Public Facilities, of the Working Draft.
The PEG will discuss two infrastructure policy clusters from the Working Draft.
The Infrastructure Equity PEG received a brief orientation to the Working Draft, then started to discuss draft infrastructure language (goals only).
In early January, the Infrastructure Equity PEG will get an orientation and tips for reading the Working Draft. We will also break into small groups to discuss sample goal statements, on infrastructure (overall) and on transportation.
The Office of Equity and Human Rights led an equity work session. In small groups, PEG members discussed a sample goal for impacts on communities of color and people with disabilities, as relates to public infrastructure.
The PEG discussed infrastructure service levels and existing deficiencies, and impacts on communities.
The Office of Equity and Human Rights will lead an equity work session. PEG members will discuss a sample goal for impacts on communities of color and people with disabilities, as relates to public infrastructure.
PEG members learned about infrastructure service levels from Bureau representatives then discussed deficiencies and community impacts during a short breakout.
Through small group discussions, the PEG will continue to explore infrastructure service levels and existing deficiencies, and discuss impacts on communities.
The PEG continued its focus on equity with presentations on key terms, Oregon’s history with respect to exclusion, and geographic data pertaining to the racial and ethnic distribution of Portland’s population. The PEG discussed intended and unintended consequences related to public services.
Through small group discussions, PEG members will explore infrastructure levels of service and existing deficiencies, and discuss what more equitable service might look like.
PEG will continue discussions of equity and how it intersects with infrastructure. They will also review and discuss a presentation on Portland's demographics.
PEG heard presentations on equity and infrastructure and discussed the intersection of equity and infrastructure.
Meeting will include a review of equity and public services, an overview of City infrastructure and a discussion of the intersection of infrastructure and equity.
Meeting included introductions, a review of proposed meeting agendas and a discussion of the PEG charge.
The PEG will allow members to get to know each other, review the monthly meeting topics and schedule, and review the PEG charge and process.
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