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  • Committed to cooperation on regional plan14 original signees120 days to add other peopleContingency fundRepresents leveraging power of reservationEnhance interdisciplinary communicationHelp guide decisionsCoordinate opportunities
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  • The town of Greensburg, Kansas was leveled by a tornado, BNIM worked tirelessly to regain the town’s basic necessities while creating a vision that sustains future generations.  
  • Visioning and Listening Meeting Presentation

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    2. 2. Consortium<br />Members:<br />Thunder Valley CDC + partners<br />OST Office of the President<br />OS Lakota Housing Authority<br />OST Partnership for Housing<br />MazaskaOwecasoOtipi<br />OST Environmental Protection<br />OST Rural Water<br />OST Health Administration<br />OST Office of Economic Dev / REDA<br />OST Land Office<br />Bureau of Indian Affairs<br />PR Area Chamber of Commerce <br />Lakota Funds<br />Oglala Nation Education Coalition<br />Village of Pine Ridge<br />Possible new members:<br />OST Transportation & Transit<br />OST Parks & Recreation<br />OST Public Safety / Justice<br />OST Water & Sewer<br />Oglala Lakota College<br />Colorado State University<br />Center for Business & Economics<br />First Peoples Fund<br />TuswecaTiyospaye<br />Anpetu Luta Otipi<br />Native American Natural Foods LLC<br />And… <br />how many others?<br />
    3. 3. Why plan?<br />What are the opportunities?<br />What we heard in January<br />What we are going to do today<br />Setting the stage for Visioning and Listening <br />
    4. 4. Why Plan?<br /><ul><li>View the “Big Picture”
    5. 5. Coordinate local decision making
    6. 6. Align all parties around community goals
    7. 7. Establish a sound basis for decisions
    8. 8. Involve many different interests in discussions about the future
    9. 9. Build a well-informed and highly involved population</li></li></ul><li>Sustainability<br />Honors the generations that have come <br />before while meeting the needs of the <br />present generation without compromising<br />the ability of future generations to meet<br />their own needs<br />
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    11. 11. True sustainability …<br /> begins with a conversation.<br />
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    13. 13. greensburg, kansas<br />
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    15. 15. 4 May 2007<br />
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    20. 20. Blessed with a unique opportunity <br />To create a strong community<br />Devoted to family, <br />Fostering business, <br />working together for future generations. <br />
    21. 21. Greensburg Sustainable Comprehensive Plan<br />Community<br />A progressive community that offers urban services within the unassuming feel of a rural, Midwestern community.<br />Family<br />A community that provides opportunities for its young people in the way of jobs, education, and recreation as reasons to stay in Greensburg.<br />Prosperity<br />A community where entrepreneurial spirit, customer service, and a sustainable economy permeate the business sector and where residents, travelers, and tourists enjoy a full line of locally owned businesses that provide jobs and services to<br />an exceptional example of small-town America.<br />Environment<br />A community that recognizes the importance of the natural environment and balances the need for growth and economic development with the maintenance and improvement of the environment.<br />Affordability <br />An up-to-date, affordable rural community where housing plans and strategies incorporate energy-efficient design and materials and serve as a regional and national model for integrating residents of all ages and needs with services of all kinds.<br />Catalysts <br />The rebuilding process starts with the most stimulating structures and spaces. These will spawn further growth. <br />Growth<br />A community that opens its doors to new residents and visitors without affecting the values and lifestyles of its current residents.<br />Renewal<br />A community that makes proactive decisions that use this opportunity to reverse the decline of the community and build a<br />progressive city with a strong future.<br />Water <br />Treat each drop of water as a precious resource.<br />Health<br />Improve quality of life by promoting a healthy and active lifestyle.<br />Energy <br />Promote a high level of efficiency in new construction and look to renewable options for generation.<br />Wind<br />Greensburg’s vast wind resources are part of an emerging economy and should be harvested.<br />Built Environment<br />Build a town that encourages interaction between residents, welcomes guests, and serves as a model community. New development should be durable, healthy, and efficient. City<br />projects will lead the way by becoming examples of green practices that are built to last.<br />
    22. 22. “Greensburg is a global example of how clean energy can power an entire community, how it can bring jobs and businesses to a place where piles of bricks and rubble once lay.”<br />President Barack Obama<br />INSERT COLOR RUBBLE IMAGE HERE disaster image<br />EF5 Tornado<br />First Platinum Community<br />
    23. 23. Energy<br />Promote a high level of efficiency in new construction and look to renewable options for generation.<br />
    24. 24. Water<br />Treat each drop of water as a precious resource.<br />
    25. 25. Streetscape slides<br />
    26. 26. Kiowa County School<br /> Greensburg, KS<br />THE BUILDING SYSTEM<br />
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    28. 28. 1. What would make this day and this plan meaningful to you? What gives you hope?<br />2. What values form the core of the Oglala Lakota culture?<br />3. Describe your vision for your future and the future of your children and grandchildren?<br />
    29. 29. Steering Committee<br />Comprised of broad regional representation of diverse views.<br /><ul><li>Provide guidance for the plan
    30. 30. Represent views of the general public
    31. 31. Closely follow the development of the plan
    32. 32. Become the ambassadors of the plan</li></li></ul><li>Topics:<br /><ul><li> Economic development and jobs
    33. 33. Education, culture, language and arts
    34. 34. Governance and sovereignty
    35. 35. Health, healing, and access to healthy food
    36. 36. Housing and community development
    37. 37. Natural resources and land management
    38. 38. Transportation, utilities, and infrastructure</li></li></ul><li>In terms of Oglala Lakota cultural values:<br />How does this topic relate to the vision described today?<br />What opportunities does this topic offer for achieving the vision? (What it looks like)<br />What are the outcomes needed to realize the vision? (How to get there)<br />
    39. 39. Steps of the Planning Process<br />1: Mobilize<br />2: Discover<br />3: Analyze<br />4: Plan<br />5: Align<br />6: Adopt<br />7: Implement<br />8: Train<br />9: Sustain <br />
    40. 40. Schedule2011<br />JanFebMarAprMayJuneJulyAugSeptOct Nov Dec<br />Mobilize<br />Discover<br />Analyze<br />Plan<br />Align(thru Aug. 2012) <br />Adopt<br />Implement (thru Jan ‘13)<br />Train<br />(thru Nov ‘12)<br />
    41. 41. Schedule2012<br />JanFebMarAprMayJuneJulyAugSeptOct Nov Dec<br />Align (starting July 2011) <br />Implement (starting Oct 2011) <br />Train (first workshop Nov 2011) <br />
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