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Agenda: June 21, 2012 Community Involvement PEG Meeting

Thursday, June 21 2012, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave, Portland in the Pettygrove Conference Room

The general public is invited to attend. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Update and the Policy Expert Groups, visit

Welcome (5 minutes)
Presenter: Deb Meihoff, facilitator

Introductions (20 minutes)
Description: Self-introductions, including experience, interests and issues each PEG member brings to the table.

Charter and Protocols (15 minutes)
Presenter: Deb Meihoff, facilitator
Description: Review PEG role, ground rules, process and operating agreements.
Related Materials:

Overview of context, background and issues (20 minutes)
Presenter: Paul Leister, Office of Neighborhood Involvement and Marty Stockton, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
Description: A general introduction to the community involvement issues this PEG will address over the course of the year.
Related Materials:

          Legally binding for all of Oregon’s municipalities

          Legally binding for the City of Portland

Non-binding, but guiding City of Portland documents

Meeting agenda review (20 minutes)
Presenter: Marty Stockton, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
Description: Preview of meeting agendas for the year ahead
Discussion: Is this the right sequence? Are these the right community involvement areas of focus? What issues are missing? Are there guest speaker recommendations? What areas might require cross PEG discussion opportunities?

Community Involvement PEG outreach strategy (25 minutes)
Presenter: Paul Leistner, Office of Neighborhood Involvement
Description: Sharing the involvement approach specific to this PEG, to including the following: Comprehensive Plan Update website, Community Involvement PEG open meetings, an online survey, community presentations and individual briefings, etc.
Discussion: Who do we want to hear from? When? How can we best reach them and get their input? Are these the right questions within the draft survey? How will this information influence the work of the PEG?

Public Comment (10 minutes)

Wrap up (5 minutes)

For more information, please contact either Marty Stockton, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability at 503-823-2041 or; Paul Leistner, Office of Neighborhood Involvement at 503-823-5284 or; or Deb Meihoff, Facilitator at 503-358-3404