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Agenda: December 13, 2012 Residential Development and Compatibility PEG Meeting

Agenda

Residential Development and Compatibility Policy Expert Group 

Date: December 13, 2012
Time: 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Location: 1900 SW 4th Avenue, Portland, 7th Floor - Conference Room 7A

Meeting Goals

  • Share information on issues impacting residential development and compatibility topic
  • Reflect on RDC PEG process to date, future PEG topics, agendas


Welcome and Overview
 (4:00 p.m. / 5 minutes)

Description: Introductions; review meeting objectives and flow; announcements


PEG Process Updates and Feedback
 (4:05 p.m. / 10 minutes)

Description: (1) Meeting notes comments. (2) Feedback from last meeting.  (3) Updates.


Gentrification
(4:15 p.m. / 30 minutes)

Presenter: Tom Armstrong, BPS

Description: Overview gentrification study/methodology. PEG Q&A.


Growth Scenarios
(4:45 p.m. / 30 minutes)

Presenter: Spencer Williams, Tom Armstrong, BPS

Description: Overview growth scenarios study/methodology. PEG Q&A.


PEG Process: Reflections and Looking Ahead
(5:15 p.m. / 35 minutes)

Description: Group discussion of multiple topics:  1)  Issues remaining/desired for more discussion;  2)  Follow up on Equity discussions;  3)  PEG process in 2013;  4) Other


Public Comment
 (5:50 p.m. / 10 minutes)


Wrap-up, Adjourn
 (6:00 p.m.)

For more information, please contact either Barry Manning Bureau of Planning and Sustainability at 503-823-7965 or Barry.Manning@portlandoregon.gov or Deb Meihoff, Facilitator at 503-358-3404 or deb@communitasplanning.com.

 

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