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Agenda: August 15, 2012 Economic Development PEG Meeting

August 15, 2012 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
1900 SW 4th Avenue,Portland, Conference Room 7A

Introductions (11:00 a.m.)

 

July meeting continuation on industrial land capacity (11:05 a.m.)

Related Materials: PEG Comments on industrial capacity

  • Encourage site intensification
  • Relation of industrial land capacity to watershed health
  • Comments on other capacity alternatives

 

Break for working lunch (11:50 p.m.)

 

Institutional land use and capacity (12:00 p.m.)

Related Materials: 

 

Preliminary policy concepts on institutional campuses (25 minutes)

Related Materials: Preliminary institutional policy concepts handout / BPS

 

Discussion of campus institutional policy issues

  • Land use – Should major institutions be allowed employment uses with development standards (e.g., Marquam Hill hospitals), instead of master planned conditional uses? (25 minutes)
  • Growth capacity – What issues should be considered for accommodating growth by increasing density, expanding boundaries, or encouraging satellite facilities? (25 minutes)
  • Neighborhood compatibility – What issues should be considered to address parking, transportation and traffic, campus edge development, and other compatibility issues? (25 minutes)

 

Wrap-up, next steps, and comment cards (1:40 p.m.)

Public comment (1:50 p.m.)

For more information, please contact either Steve Kountz, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, at 503-823-4551 or steve.kountz@portlandoregon.gov, or Joe Hertzberg, Facilitator, at 503-249-0000 or joe@decision2.com.  

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