Going Places
Implementation Tools
Recommendation
3/20/2014
VISION
NEEDS
Going Places
Implementation
Tools
Collaborative Quantitative
Systematic Transparent
Consensus-
Driven Decision
Making Process
3/20/2014
TOOL
ANALYSES
ANALYSES RESULTS
SHARING AND
CONSENSUS
BUILDING
PUBLIC INPUT
GATHERING AND
MVRPC LEADERSHIP
BUY-IN
MVRPC LEA...
What does a tool look like?
• Tool = Resource, Tool =/= Rule
• An event or activity
• A resource for communities to use
• ...
During February/March
• Exit surveys with Board and TAC
• Three Public Open Houses and
Virtual Open House
• Results shared...
March 5
• Committees review feedback
• Brian Martin outlines internal
priority-setting methods to manage
initiative develo...
3/20/2014
Thank you to the Steering
Committee and Planning Advisory
Committee
3/20/2014
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  • General Comments:- It appears that there are too many slides. We propose keeping the talking points but reduce the number of slides. Please refer to the note on each slide.
  • MARTINMVRPC and Wise Economy Workshop have been teaming up to complete the last phase of MVRPC’s Going Places initiative, developing a concepual land use plan for the Miami Valley Region
  • Verbally emphasize Committee-led nature of development. Nothing passed through except that Committee signed off on it.
  • Emphasize Tool-ness. Some tools may be useful to one type of community, may be of no use to other. Goal is to build up capacity of region to act collaboratively and make wise land use decisions that help the region manage its transporation network cost-effectively.
  • This is a draft version but wanted to give you an idea of what we are talking about.The draft narrative in the report is:“For new tools and initiatives MVRPC will follow a standard and thorough decision making process, as illustrated below, before any action is taken. The approval of the Going Places Implementation Plan by MVRPC’s Board identifies tools that merit going to the next step of assessing how a tool would be implemented and when. Based on the assessment a decision will be made on what MVRPC will do. After agreement has been reached MVRPC will then act.”
  • Phase III Implementation Tools endorsement presentation

    1. 1. Going Places Implementation Tools Recommendation 3/20/2014
    2. 2. VISION NEEDS Going Places Implementation Tools
    3. 3. Collaborative Quantitative Systematic Transparent Consensus- Driven Decision Making Process 3/20/2014
    4. 4. TOOL ANALYSES ANALYSES RESULTS SHARING AND CONSENSUS BUILDING PUBLIC INPUT GATHERING AND MVRPC LEADERSHIP BUY-IN MVRPC LEADERSHIP DELIBERATION Mid Nov – End Dec, 2013 Early Jan – End Jan, 2014 Early Feb – Mid Mar, 2014 Mid Mar – Early Apr, 2014 •Input Synthesis to develop draft Tool Analysis Matrix and Summary Report •Draft summary results disseminations through emails and website •Feed back gathering through web survey (Jan 3 – Jan 11) •Jan 22 Committee Review Meeting •Feb 6 - Board Presentation •Feb 19, 20, 25 Public participation open houses • Feb 20 - TAC Presentation •Mar 5 Committee Action Meeting •Mar 20 -TAC recommendation •Apr 3 - Board Recommendation Action Going Places Wrap Up Action Plan 3/20/2014
    5. 5. What does a tool look like? • Tool = Resource, Tool =/= Rule • An event or activity • A resource for communities to use • A method for sharing expertise • An opportunity to build a partnership • Something that staff does as part of their routine work • Something existing that should be continued/ emphasized • Something new 3/20/2014
    6. 6. During February/March • Exit surveys with Board and TAC • Three Public Open Houses and Virtual Open House • Results shared with Board, TAC and Committees • Minor Revisions to Potential Partners based on feedback 3/20/2014
    7. 7. March 5 • Committees review feedback • Brian Martin outlines internal priority-setting methods to manage initiative development within existing staff/budget • Committees decide by consensus to recommend Tools to TAC and Board for consideration 3/20/2014
    8. 8. 3/20/2014
    9. 9. Thank you to the Steering Committee and Planning Advisory Committee 3/20/2014

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