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    • Phase III Policy Roundtable Workshop Summary Board of Directors July 7, 2011 Martin Kim, Director of Regional Planning
    • Phase III Policy Roundtable Workshop Overview
      • Purpose
        • Discuss and solicit input from local jurisdictions and interested organizations on the priorities of the implementation concepts
      • Time and location
        • 10:00 – 11:30 am on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 at the Center for Regional Cooperation
      • Invitation
        • Invitation letter was sent to officials in every jurisdiction and to members of the Going Places Steering and Planning Advisory committees on Wednesday, May 18, 2011
    • Workshop Agenda
      • Welcome and Introduction
      • Going Places Overview
      • Presentation of Preferred Land Use Scenario Identification Process and Results
      • Presentation and Discussion of Potential Implementation Concepts
      • Adjournment
    • Workshop Exercise
      • A total of 54 participants in an exercise to prioritize potential implementation concepts
        • Organize everyone into groups
        • Give everyone a list of potential implementation concepts
        • Ask each group to work together to organize the concepts into three categories:
          • Highest, Moderate, and Lowest Importance
        • Two rules
          • Up to 5 concepts in the Highest Importance category
          • Can add one additional concept in the Highest Importance category
    • Potential Implementation Concepts
      • Drew from several sources:
        • Think Cards
        • Mind Maps
        • Comments from the online voting
        • Comments from the mail survey
      • Selected concepts that best represented some of the most popular and important comments made by participants
    •  
    • Potential Implementation Concepts Priority Ranking Encourage development around the Region’s assets. H Focus on the maintenance of existing infrastructure (roads, water, sewer, etc.). H Foster a sense of connection and cooperation between the Region’s communities. H Revive the Region’s older communities. H Revive the Region’s core city – the City of Dayton. H Encourage the rehabilitation and/or repurposing of existing structures. M Preserve prime farmland and support agricultural enterprise. M Increase the number and quality of transportation options (walking, driving, biking, rail, bus service, etc.). M Locate any new development in areas with existing infrastructure (roads, water, sewer, etc.). M Encourage the rehabilitation/reuse of vacant industrial sites. M Use land in a way that builds a sense of community. M Maintain and expand the Region’s parks, natural areas, and recreation amenities (recreation centers, bikeways, rivers, etc.). M Discourage greenfield development. L Encourage the development of quality, realistic affordable housing throughout the Region. L Improve the quality of educational opportunities throughout the Region. L Encourage energy-efficient building practices and the retrofitting of older structures for energy efficiency. L
    • Workshop Summary Available at http://www.mvrpc.org/land-use/vision
    • What will happen next?
      • The rankings will appear in the final Going Places report to indicate which potential concepts are considered most important
      • MVRPC staff will use this ranking of the concepts when devising a list of potential implementation policies