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Handout to Industrial Land / Watershed Health Working Group, May 29, 2013
Eco-Industrial Site Design (7/8/13)
Presentation at Industrial Land / Watershed Health Working Group, May 29, 2013
Map of Columbia Corridor golf courses (3/28/13)
Handout on Integrated Strategy Options (3/28/13)
Eight integrated strategy concepts for a healthy economy and health environment
Oregon House Bill 2284 (2/28/13)
House bill establishing the Oregon Industrial Site Readiness Program.
Staff report for assessment of what it would take to clean up and redevelop brownfields in Portland in the next 25 years.
The working group will review key themes from the compare and contrast exercise, review the proposed strategies for addressing industrial land needs and watershed health, and then discuss brownfield reclamation.
Compare and Contrast Table (2/25/13)
The table provides a side-by-side comparison of industrial land and watershed health goals and policies.
Participants will discuss the Comprehensive Plan workshops and compare and contrast industrial land and watershed health policies.
This presentation provides more information on the Economic Opportunity Analysis and the goals for and status of natural resources in the Columbia/Willamette confluence, including information from guiding City policies and plans.
This presentation provided the Industrial Lands and Watershed Health Working Group with an orientation to the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette rivers, highlighting the importance and value of the confluence as both an economic and ecological hub.
There will be a presentation, "Understanding the Need: Industrial Land and Watershed Health" including responses to questions posed at the November meeting, followed by a group discussion of implementation strategies.
The group's first meeting included member introductions; hopes for what will be accomplished; presentations on Industrial Lands and Watershed Health, Ecological Value and the Importance of Watershed Health; and a discussion of the group’s challenges.
In the first meeting of the working group, attendees set the stage for ongoing discussions of issues surrounding watershed health and industrial development in the harbor area.