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N/NE Quadrant SAC #4: Meeting Summary

The N/NE Quadrant Project Stakeholder Advisory Committee held a successful meeting on Thursday, January 20th, setting the stage to move on to the next phase of the planning process - development of preliminary alternatives for the future of this quadrant of the Central City. Highlights from the meeting include:

  • The project goals and scope were finalized. These will be used to shape recommendations made by the Committee during the planning process. The scope sets parameters for what will be addressed by this project.
  • A preliminary set of Issues, Opportunities and Constraints in the planning area were presented by staff and discussed by committee members. This information represents a synthesis of input received from a broad range of stakeholders, including feedback collected at public events.
  • A discussion of the next phase of the planning process, which will result in preliminary concept alternatives about how the quadrant should grow and change over the next 25 years. Preliminary concepts are expected to be ready for public review and discussion in May.

The meeting agenda and materials are available here. Full notes from the meeting will also be available on the Stakeholder Advisory Committee's (SAC) page on once they're approved at the next SAC meeting.

Upcoming meetings include joint meetings of the Land Use and Transportation Subcommittees on February 9 and March 2 (tentative), and the full SAC on March 10. See the calendar for times and locations.

Special thanks to the Calaroga Terrace Retirement Community, which donated the meeting space and refreshments for this meeting. Calaroga Terrace is located within the N/NE Quadrant Project's planning area.

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