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Phase III Overview Presentation

Phase III Overview Presentation



Going Places Phase III Overview presented to MVRPC Board of Directors 5 May 2011.

Going Places Phase III Overview presented to MVRPC Board of Directors 5 May 2011.



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    Phase III Overview Presentation Phase III Overview Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • Phase III 2040 Regional Growth Framework Development Process Board of Directors May 5, 2011Martin Kim, Director of Regional Planning
    • Phase III February 2011 – December 2011
    • Major Tasks Identify, develop, and evaluate a preferred scenario Develop the 2040 Regional Growth Framework Build consensus around the 2040 Regional Growth Framework Seek approval from the MVRPC Board of Directors
    • Process and Timeline
    • Final Preferred Scenario Identify the final preferred scenario using:  Distribution of participants amongst the seven scenarios during the scenario building workshops  Scenario voting results from the Going Places Steering and Planning Advisory Committee members, public open houses, and mail and web surveys  Results from the phone survey Evaluate the final preferred scenario using the 12 + performance indicators
    • The 2040 Regional Growth Framework will be more than a map – it will alsorepresent the core values, principles, and characteristics of the Miami Valley and include recommendations for regional policies and strategies for implementation
    • 2040 Regional Growth Framework Not to assign traditional land use designations such as residential, commercial, or industrial areas Will define areas that are “appropriate” or “preferred” for future development, redevelopment, and preservation Will serve as a resource, providing a regional perspective on land use issues for local communities in their future land use policy and plan development efforts
    • Building Consensus around the 2040 Regional Growth Framework Public Open Houses Presentation and Input Solicitation Endorsement and Formal Review Approval from MVRPC Board of Directors
    • Strong Leadership and Support are Critical Incorporate sound technical analysis of good quality data throughout the process Facilitate meaningful discussions and build a regional consensus Seek extensive regional stakeholder engagement so that the outcome reflects a collective vision of regional stakeholders Build a partnership with local jurisdictions and work closely with their staff Foster strong support from regional leaders in both public and private sectors Better integrate the Going Places planning process into MVRPC’s current regional transportation planning process