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Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
Phase III preferred scenario review 2
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  • 1. Steering and PlanningAdvisory CommitteesCenter for Regional CooperationOctober 17, 2011
  • 2. Agenda• Status Update• Review of the Concentrated Development Vision• Discussion
  • 3. StatusUpdate
  • 4. Public Open Houses• Held in 5 locations in August, 2011• Purpose • Share and solicit input on the Preferred Scenario – Concentrated Development Vision • Present and solicit input on the draft 2040 Regional Growth Framework
  • 5. Virtual Open House• Available at: www.mvrpc.org/land-use/vision• Three presentations: • The Preferred Scenario • Concentrated Development Vision – Analysis • Concentrated Development Vision – Implementation
  • 6. Information Sharing• Presentations to local jurisdictions and other organizations to share the latest information • Seven alternative scenarios • Four principles of the Preferred Scenario – Concentrated Development Vision • Draft 2040 Growth Framework map
  • 7. ConcentratedDevelopment Vision Review
  • 8. The goal of the GoingPlaces initiative has been towork with the public to build a collective vision for thefuture of land developmentin the Miami Valley Region
  • 9. RumorMVRPC staff is trying to direct where futureland development should or should notoccur. FactMVRPC has no legal authority over localland use decisions nor does it have anyintention of superseding any local authorityon this issue - using the information from theGoing Places is voluntary.
  • 10. RumorThe Going Places outcome will be tied to thefederal transportation funding. FactNeither Staff nor the Committee has madeany recommendation on this matter. If andwhen the recommendation is made, theMVRPC Board of Directors will have thefinal say.
  • 11. RumorThe 2040 Growth Framework map has beenfinalized. FactThe current version is a draft. Staff plans tosend a formal request to local communitiesfor their review and comments over the nextseveral months. We will then incorporate allthe input and address any concerns.
  • 12. We heard severalthings from you at our last meeting
  • 13. You needed more time
  • 14. You wanted to know theimplementation plans
  • 15. We can’t plan the trip unless we have decided where to go…
  • 16. Vision : PlanConcentrated 2040 GrowthDevelopment Vision : Framework
  • 17. The 2040 Growth Frameworkwill be a package of tools for our local communities to use asthey adopt their own future landuse policies and implement their own land development efforts
  • 18. We don’t have animplementation plan yet.We will need your help to develop it.
  • 19. We are asking for your endorsement of the ConcentratedDevelopment Vision
  • 20. The Concentrated Development Vision is aconceptual representation of the results of the Phase II workshops and the Phase III voting process
  • 21. These threescenarios received82% of the votes
  • 22. The ConcentratedDevelopment Vision is NOT a land use plan
  • 23. The Vision Map
  • 24. FourPrinciples
  • 25. Building on theRegion’s many assets Troy
  • 26. Making use of theRegion’s existinginfrastructure
  • 27. Preserving the Region’sagricultural land and otheropen spaces
  • 28. Encouraging morecooperation between theRegion’s communities
  • 29. Support for these four principles was also evident in the CUPA phone surveyconducted last spring
  • 30. How is this different from what isalready planned forfuture development in the Region?
  • 31. Many peoplewill choose tolive closertogether Near University of Dayton
  • 32. More people will live closer tothings like schools, libraries, shopping centers and parks Oakwood
  • 33. Land uses like housingand shops will be mixedtogether The Cannery – Dayton
  • 34. More people may choose to take transitMain St. – Dayton
  • 35. If we can all work towards acommon vision…
  • 36. We can… Reducevacancies Brookville
  • 37. We can…Reduce costs
  • 38. We can…Create a morevibrant region Riverscape – Dayton
  • 39. With your endorsement, we would like to ask the MVRPC TechnicalAdvisory Committee and Board of Directors fortheir endorsement of the Vision
  • 40. In order to make this vision a reality, we need help…
  • 41. We need your leadership
  • 42. The investment does not have to be huge…
  • 43. Working with you, we would like to develop a package of tools we arecalling the 2040 Regional Growth Framework
  • 44. The tools would include:• MVRPC Staff• Four Questions• The 2040 Regional Growth Framework map• A list of potential policies• A list of existing funding opportunities
  • 45. MVRPC staff is a partnerand a resource
  • 46. Four Questions• Do the plans take advantage of the community’s assets?• Do the plans make use of existing infrastructure?• Does this plan preserve farmland and other open spaces?• Has the community or the developers cooperated with other communities in the Region in developing this plan?
  • 47. The 2040 GrowthFramework Map – a long-term landdevelopment strategy
  • 48. The 2040 RegionalGrowth Framework mapis intended to serve as aguide and reference for our local communities
  • 49. Six resources were used in developing the map:• 2005 Open Space Inventory• An inventory of developed land• Land Development Suitability Assessment• Zoning maps• The Concentrated Development Vision• The 2000 Urban Area
  • 50. This map isonly a draft
  • 51. Staff plans to send a formal request to our localcommunities for their reviewand comments over the nextseveral months. We will thenincorporate all the input and address any concerns.
  • 52. Staff is developing a list of potential policies and existing funding opportunities for our communities to take advantage of
  • 53. We will be asking for your help indeveloping this list
  • 54. What’s Next• Sharing the Concentrated Development Vision and asking for endorsements• Presenting and refining the draft 2040 Regional Growth Framework map• Developing a list of potential policies and existing funding opportunities
  • 55. We plan to present the 2040Regional Growth Framework tothe MVRPC Technical Advisory Committee and Board of Directors in March/April 2012
  • 56. Discussion

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