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Land use planning in the context of Hamilton County, Ohio: Issues of political subdivision, governance, national and local trends, the role of the Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission

Land use planning in the context of Hamilton County, Ohio: Issues of political subdivision, governance, national and local trends, the role of the Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission

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      • LAND USE PLANNING IN CONTEXT:
      • THE CASE OF HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO
      Concepts and Issues in Planning Prepared by Catalina Landivar-Simon, AICP [email_address] For First Year MCP Class University of Cincinnati October 21, 2009
    • Geographic Jurisdiction Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission
    • A house divided
      • Hamilton County
        • 21 cities
        • 16 villages
        • 12 townships
      • Population: 845,303
      • Government:
      • 3 county commissioners (elected)
      • County engineer (elected)
      • Auditor (elected)
      • Recorder (elected)
      • Sheriff (elected)
      • Judges (elected)
      • Mayors, council members, township trustees, clerks (400 – 500 elected officials)
      • Others
      • City of Cincinnati
      • 52 neighborhoods
      • Population: 331,285 (39% of all the population in the county)
      • Government:
      • Mayor (elected)
      • 9 Council members (elected)
      • City manager (appointed)
      • Departments under control of the City: budget, development, parks, recreation commission, health, engineering, design, etc.
      • Multi-tier government structure a result of Ohio “Home Rule” environment
      • Comprehensive plan unclear and an option not a requirement
      • Local vs. State vs. Federal government land use management strategies
      • Federal government unfunded mandates
      • Carrots and sticks: multi-jurisdiction cooperation to access to federal funds
      • Milestones
      • Census 2000
      • Globalization
      • Rapid economic growth and economic disparity
      • Internet / technology
      • 9/11
      • Ohio Metropatterns
      • MetroMoves
      • EPA-Brownfields Redevelopment
      • Clean Water Act: NPDES
      • Clean Air Act
      • ISTEA
      • Housing Boom/ Foreclosure
      • Local Trends / Events:
      • Outmigration: population loss not limited to central city
      • Funding for infrastructure goes outside the belt
      • New employment centers goes outside the belt
      • Poverty spreads out
      • Developed urban county (landlocked)
      • CAGIS
      • Reestablished HCRPC creates Planning Partnership and prepares COMPASS
      • City of Cincinnati dissolves Planning Department
      • Multi-jurisdiction planning and CIP: Eastern Corridor Land Use Vision and TID
      • Stormwater Management District
      • OKI Strategic Regional Policy Plan
      • Emergency dispatch center coordination
      • Sustainable development/Smart growth movement
      • Green building-energy conservation
      • HCRPC
      • A Partnership of Communities
      • Education
      • Communication
      • Networking
      • Lobbying
      • Data for decision making
      • Technical support
      • Education: Certified Planning Commissioners’ Program; Forum on Property Maintenance, Housing, Stormwater Management, Community Revitalization, Economic Development; Newly Elected Officials Workshop
      • Communication: Newsletters, Reports, Annual Report, Website, Listserv
      • Networking: Annual Meeting, Planning Commissioners’ Forum
      • Lobbying: First Suburbs Consortium, ICC
      • Data for decision making: Census, CAGIS, research and reports, specialized library, Hamilton County Climate Initiative, Bike Friendly Communities
      • Technical support : planning, zoning, housing, Project Impact, GCEP
      • Planning in the next decade
      • Obsolete organizations and legal frameworks
      • Obsolete infrastructure
      • New economic model
      • Education / employment
      • Resource management: land, energy, water, air, food
      • Post ARRA
      • Aging population
      • Shrinking population
      • Federal vs. State vs. Local: Decision making and funding
      • Look for:
      • Ohio Commission of Local Government Reform and Collaboration
      • 3C is Me: Expanded Passenger Rail in Ohio
      • Ohio Freight
      • Land Bank Legislation and reuse/disposition of urban lands
      • Mergers of political subdivisions
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      • Harrison Township and City of Harrison
      • Two separate political subdivision conducted two separate comprehensive planning process that run concurrent.
      • They hired two different consultants.
      • HCRPC facilitated meeting of both steering teams to agree on uses of the land in the common boundaries.
      • Result: one land use plan for both communities
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    • Acronyms I STEA : Intermodal Surface Transportation Enhancement Act HCRPC: Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission COMPASS: Community Master Plan and Strategies (Master Plan for Hamilton County) OKI: Ohio Kentucky Indiana Council of Governments – Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) SRPP: Strategic Regional Policy Plan (OKI plan for the 8 county region) CAGIS: Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System GCEP: Government Cooperation and Efficiency Project ICC: Intermodal Coordinating Committee at OKI ARRA: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 NPDES: National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System TID: Transportation Improvement District JEDD: Joint Economic Development District CIP: Capital Improvement Program
    • Recommended
      • Liquid Assets: The Story of Our Water Infrastructure
      • 90 minute documentary on infrastructure systems: water, wastewater, and stormwater.
      • PBS
      • A Guide to Planning in Ohio . Ohio Planning Conference OPC, 2007
      • Stuart Meck:
      • Notes on Planning Statute Reform : Guideposts for the Road Ahead in Planning Reform in the New Century edited by Daniel R. Mandelker,2005
      • Ohio Planning and Zoning Law 2007