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    • Brewerton, New York A Community at a Crossroads David A. Yates 4/20/2005 Advisory Committee G. Curry R. Hawks
      • Presentation Contents
      • Introduction
      • Goals and Objectives,
      • Opportunities
      • Analysis
      • Results
    • Brewerton North Watertown I-81
      • Brewerton Then and Now
      •   Brewerton, New York at one time in its history was a thriving village and a weekend retreat for many Syracusans. And over time
        • Suburban sprawl and zoning regulations
        • Businesses have left or closed
        • Lost much of its historic architecture
        • Village housing is in disrepair or altered beyond recognition
      • As a result of these factors, Brewerton is on the verge of losing its village heritage and identity.
    • Capstone Question: How can a deteriorated and economically challenged historic village core become a vital center for existing and future development?
    • Current map of Brewerton with project boundaries Oneida River I-81 Rt. 37 Miller Rd . Conrail Bartell Rd . Rt. 11 (Brewerton Rd.)
      • Goal One: Evaluation and comparison of the three programs compatibility .
              • Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor
              • Main Street Program
              • Onondaga County Settlement Plan
      •  
    • Mission Matrix All Three Programs Historic Preservation Conservation Community Development Developing Neighborhoods High Quality of Life Self-Determination Incremental Transformation Two Programs Promotes Partnerships Neighborhoods Diverse in Use Pedestrian Scale Downtown Revitalization Neighborhood Revitalization One Program Recreation Interpretation Tourism Clear Identity
    • Cohesion Education Resources Identity Neighborhood Economics
      • Goals
      • Six Key Terms
      • Education
      • Cohesion
      • Economics
      • Identity
      • Resources
      • Neighborhood
      • Missions
      • All Three Programs
      • Historic Preservation
      • Conservation
      • Community Development
      • Developing Neighborhoods
      • High Quality of Life
      • Self-Determination
      • Incremental Transformation
      • Analysis: Missions and Goals
        • Homegrown initiative through local groups and partnerships for neighborhood/community development or re-vitalization.
        • Begin incrementally with smaller projects, while preserving and enhancing existing resources.
        • The neighborhood/community is developed at a pedestrian scale , serving their needs with a variety of economic, recreational, educational and living possibilities.
        • These neighborhoods/communities create their own identity through the residents who live, work and play within the community.
        • The neighborhoods/community’s image is then marketed through the education of its opportunities and benefits, from the residents to visitors and tourists.
    • Goal Two: To Rediscover the village of Brewerton.  
      • Natural
      • Wildlife
      • Water Features
      • Climate
      • Natural
      • Wildlife
        • Fish: 58 species. Most popular
        • B. Birds:
      Bass: largemouth Bluegills Bullhead Walleye Common Terns Mallards Cormorants
      • 2. Water Features
        • Oneida Lake
        • Oneida River with NY Canal system
      • Climate
        • Summer
        • Fall
        • Winter
      • Opportunities: Natural
      • Marketing resources can bring visitors into Brewerton
      • Fishing tournaments throughout the year
      • Bird watching
      • Oneida Lake tours with highlights during fall foliage season
      • Canal day tours
      • Historic and Cultural
      • Buildings/Structures
      • Historic Village Plan
      • History
      • Cemetery
      • Native American Resources
      • Historic and Cultural
      • Buildings/Structures
      • Historic Village Plan
      • History
      • Cemetery
      • Native American Resources
      • Historic and Cultural
      • Buildings/Structures
      • Historic Village Plan
      • History
      • Cemetery
      • Native American Resources
      • Brief history
      • 1759- Fort Brewerton opens,burns in 1767-68
      • 1789- Oliver Stevens first settler
      • 1812- Plank toll road built from Brewerton to Ward of Salina(Syracuse)
      • lasting 67 yrs.
      • 1835- Oneida Lake Canal Co. finishes canal connecting Oneida Lake
      • to the Erie Canal
      • 1871- Syracuse Northern opens railroad with stop and drawbridge in Brewerton
      • 1874- Brewerton incorporated as a village, then many years later the
        • charter is surrendered
      • Historic and Cultural
      • Buildings/Structures
      • Historic Village Plan
      • History
      • Cemetery
      • Native American Resources
      • Historic and Cultural
      • Buildings/Structures
      • Historic Village Plan
      • History
      • Cemetery
      • Native American Resources
      The village was called Techiroguen, while the locality was known as Oh-saha-u-ny-tak se-ugh-kah ("where the waters run out of Oneida Lake").
      • Opportunities: Historical
      • Village walking tours
      • Rehabilitation of existing historic structures
      • Historic district designation
      • American heritage events
      • Highlight historical facts and events
      • Emphasize historical transportation routes: Plank Road, Railroad
      • Development of a Native American Historical site
      • Recreation and Tourism
      • Fishing
      • Boating
      • Canal
      • Brewerton Speedway
      • Marinas
      • Seasonal
      • Waterfront Restaurants
      • Opportunities: Recreation and Tourism
      • Fishing Derbies- Year round
      • Boating races: Motor, Sailing, Personal watercraft
      • Recreation exhibitions: Water Skiing, Rowing, Kayaks
      • Opening Day Parade- Brewerton Speedway
      • Fourth of July Celebration
      • Boat Parade
      • In Water Boat Show
      • Land Use
      • Local Zoning
      • Vacant Land
      • Vacant Buildings
      • Ownership
      • Building Condition
    • Local Zoning
    • Land Use
      • Land Use
      • Local Zoning
      • Vacant Land
      • Vacant Buildings
      • Ownership
      • Building Condition
    • Image Diagram
    • Goal Three: To Re-establish the village center through the applicable missions and principles of the three programs in the development of a designed plan.  
      • Traditional Neighborhood Characteristics
      • Walkability
      • Diversity
      • Community
      • Economy
      • Environmental Health
      • Worthy Destinations
      • Appropriate Guidelines
      • The neighborhood structure
      • Nature preservation and celebration, Natural connective corridors
      • Mixed-Use, Center Retail-Office, Transit stop?
      • Center public space
      • Neighborhood street network
      • Street widths:
      • Sidewalks:
      • Street trees
      • Street lights
      • Storefront signage, visible but appealing, with unity
      • Building heights: 2- 3 stories in center decreasing towards edge
      • Parking: hide lots, increase quality
      • Inclusive housing:
      • Apartments over retail
      • Architectural consistency for region
      • Parks distributed within neighborhood
    • Base Map Detail Area Boundary
    • Pedestrian Scale
    • Making Connections
    • Pedestrian Connectors
    •  
    • Pedestrian Friendly
    • Public Space Opportunities
    • Connective Streetscape
    • Goal Four: To develop a list of potential economic support and incentives.  
    • Rehabilitation Opportunities
    •  
    • Infill Opportunities
    •  
    •  
    • Let the rediscovering and reestablishing begin Questions?