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Agenda: June 27, 2012 Networks PEG Meeting

Wednesday, June 27 2012, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

1900 SW 4th Ave., Portland, Conference Room 7A on the 7th Floor

The general public is invited to attend. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Update and the Policy Expert Groups, visit  www.portlandonline.com/bps/pdxcompplan/


Introductions 
(3:00 p.m.)


General Orientation
 (3:10 p.m.)
Presenter: Eric Engstrom, BPS – Portfolio Manager
Description: PEG purpose, roles and responsibilities
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Scope of Work
 (3:25 p.m.)
Presenter: Eric Engstrom, BPS – Portfolio Manager
Description: PEG scope of work
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Portland
 Plan Direction (3:40 p.m.)
Presenter: Courtney Duke, PBOT – PEG Lead
Description: Relevant policy direction from Portland Plan and current Comprehensive Plan
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Periodic Review Tasks
 (3:55 p.m.)
Presenter: Courtney Duke, PBOT – PEG Lead
Description: Relevant Periodic Review tasks
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Tentative Schedule
 (4:10 p.m.)
Presenter: Jim Owens, Facilitator
Description: Meeting logistics including sequencing of topics and scheduling


Q & A/Discussion
 (4:20 p.m.)
Description: PEG member questions and comments


Public Comment 
(4:45 p.m.)


Wrap Up
 (4:55 p.m.)

Presenter: Jim Owens, Facilitator
Description: Summary of actions, schedule and assignments


Adjourn
 (5:00 p.m.)


For more information, please contact either Courtney Duke, PBOT at 503-823-7265 or Courtney.duke@portlandoregon.gov or Jim Owens, Facilitator at 503-278-3452 or jim.owens@coganowens.com

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