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The PEGs met together to discuss use and scale transitions between centers, corridors and adjacent lower density residential areas.
Summary Meeting Notes: June 13, 2013 (8/6/13)
PEG members provided feedback on two residential map-related issues for which staff are seeking solutions - infill development on non-standard, historic platted lots; and non-conforming commercial uses in residential areas.
PEG members will approve final summary PEG memo and discuss Part 2 mapping issues
PEG provided additions and edits to the draft memo summarizing the key policy issues with residential development and compatibility. PEG members previewed the ‘outreach maps’ for Phase 2 of the Comprehensive Plan update.
The PEG discussed the working draft goals and policies and non-residential activity in residential zones.
PEG members will discuss the upcoming mapping process and review a draft summary memo of PEG recommendations.
The PEG will discuss non-residential activity in residential areas
The RDC PEG reviewed policies related to the topic area in detail
The PEG focused on review and discussion of the Comprehensive Plan Working Draft
The PEG will continue review and discussion of the Comprehensive Plan Working Draft.
The RDC PEG heard presentation from Staff from the Neighborhood Centers and Economic Development PEGs who presented on work to date, with particular focus on issues that overlap with the Residential Development and Compatibility group.
The PEG will focus on review and discussion of the Comprehensive Plan Working Draft
The RDC PEG will hear an update on the Working Draft, and be briefed on issues and policy directions discussed in the Economic Development and Neighborhood Centers PEGs.
Meeting focused on recent studies of Gentrification trends and potential Growth Scenarios as related to residential development policies.
PEG will hear presentations on Gentrification and Growth Scenarios, and discuss future topics and agendas.
The PEG recieved infomation on and discussed equity issues.
The PEG will hear information on strategies for moving toward equity in Portland, and discuss residential development topics through an equity lens.
The PEG discussed on policies regarding density allowances in single-family areas, and considerations for placement of multi-family development designations
The PEG discussed site planning in multi-dwelling zones and building forms/types in multi-dwelling zones.
The PEG will hear information about and discuss residential density issues and allowances in single dwelling zones, as well as placement and mapping considerations for multi-dwelling areas.
Goal of meeting is to obtain input on policy options for site planning and building forms in mult-dwelling zones.
summary meeting notes
PEG members will discuss transitions, compatibility and impacts between areas that have different uses and intensities of development.
Goal of meeting is to get input on issues related to (1) design and compatibility of single and multi-dwelling development and (2) design quality and compatibility in design and conservation districts.
After a general overview, the PEG will share introductions and explore issues and topics to be addressed over the next year.
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