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Stockton Deliverable 4 - Final Design (Presentation)

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Global Urban Development Program Round Two
South Stockton Revitalization
Deliverable 4: Final Design
Presented to the City of Stockton Planning Commission on April 9, 2015

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Stockton Deliverable 4 - Final Design (Presentation)

  1. 1. Final Presentation April 9, 2015
  2. 2. Universities City Partners
  3. 3. 11/14: Draft Research Timeline 12/12: Final Research 4/17: Final Design 2/20: Draft Design Research Design All deliverables viewable at gudp.stanford.edu
  4. 4. Research
  5. 5. ○ Place: Land use and building development. ○ Movement: Streets, traffic, and transport. ○ Environment: Natural features and natural disaster concerns. ○ Health and Safety: Civic services (fire, police, etc), health care, and food sources. ○ Youth and Education: Schools and demographics of the area. ○ Housing: Homeownership, foreclosures, and property value. ○ Economic Development: Industry and opportunity. Research Topics Place
  6. 6. Vacancies Services
  7. 7. Mobility
  8. 8. Environment
  9. 9. “What would you change about the community?” Community
  10. 10. Unemployment & Poverty
  11. 11. Education
  12. 12. Housing
  13. 13. Economic Development
  14. 14. Target Goals
  15. 15. Design
  16. 16. Projects Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  17. 17. Industry Revitalization Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  18. 18. Food Processing - employment • Food manufacturing accounts for 14% of all U.S. manufacturing employees, • The US food industry represents around 16.5 million jobs, and the population spends around $1 trillion per year on food products. • Average middle size factory in the industry employs 100-250 people. • Various sub-industries require different investments in equipment and fulfillment of regulations; the number of employees and the investment : new jobs created ratio also vary Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton ProposalIndustry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  19. 19. Food Processing - why Stockton? • Good location • Proximity of inputs • Connection to state roads • Know how • Affordable workforce Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton ProposalIndustry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  20. 20. Tire recycling Waste tires: ● export, ● reuse, ● ground rubber, ● ADC, ● civil engineering, ● landfill disposal, ● TDF. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton ProposalIndustry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  21. 21. Tire recycling ● Benefits to the city: tax revenue, decreased unemployment, increased mean income ● Tire Incentive Program (grants up to 40 cents per pound) ● $1 million invested = 6 jobs ● Synergies with logistics ● Possible upgrade to tire manufacturing Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton ProposalIndustry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  22. 22. Logistics • Fast-growing industry • US logistics jobs growth by 2022 – 21.9%, 27,600 new jobs in total • Large share of jobs with low requirements – opportunity for unskilled workers • $1 million investment creates 3.8 jobs • Multiplier effect – 1 job in logistics creates 3.47 jobs in the economy • Synergy possibilities with CSU Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton ProposalIndustry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  23. 23. Logistics - why Stockton? • Location – proximity to Bay Area, Greater Sacramento • Lower operating costs than Bay Area • Excellent transport links – highways, railways, intermodal yards, deep-water port • Suitable workforce • Less expensive and plentiful land Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton ProposalIndustry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  24. 24. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Industry Growth Projections Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  25. 25. Environmental effects of industries Food processing: ● wastewater - recycling, reuse, effective water treatment system ● solid waste - source reduction, animal feed, composting, small recycling plants on site ● clean technologies - closed loop/zero emission systems ● FDA and EPA regulations Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  26. 26. Waste tires: ● problems - “overcrowded” landfills, toxin release, pest issue ● solutions - production of scrap tires (shredding) ● usage - tire-derived fuel, civil engineering applications, ground rubber applications Environmental effects of industries Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  27. 27. Logistics: ● occupying land due to transport and storage ● consuming fuel, transport and storage equipment ● producing loss and waste due to distribution processing ● consuming material and processing waste Environmental effects of industries Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  28. 28. Industries locations The selection was made upon: ● existing land use ● location of existing nearby industries ● location of existing industries in Stockton with similar program ● public transport/ cycling accessibility ● spatial needs of industry ● transportation requirements ● technology requirements ● agricultural preservation limitations ● South Stockton Land Use Strategy Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  29. 29. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  30. 30. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  31. 31. ● systematic development of land use ● infill, revitalization and mixed use ● compact shape ● coherent, heterogeneous program ● can be developed in real development plan Land Use Strategy Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  32. 32. CSU Study Programmes ● creation of study programmes as a direct connection to the proposed industries ● chance for employment or working experience ● generation of jobs demanding a higher education (“Job Multiplier Effect”) ● employment of young personnel from local student base Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  33. 33. Energy Efficiency Why energy efficiency? Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Social Equity Environment & Resources Economic Benefits
  34. 34. Energy Efficiency Goal: Improve home energy efficiency to 1. Help city meet Climate Action Plan goals 2. Better meet needs of South Stockton / low- mid income residents: affordability, comfort Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Model Context
  35. 35. Measure Typical difficulty Typical Payback Seal small air leaks Average homeowner 1-2 years Insulate water heater Average homeowner 1-2 years Energy-saving showerhead Average homeowner 1-3 years Seal large air leaks Skilled homeowner 1-2 years Seal ducts Skilled homeowner 1-2 years Thermostat Skilled homeowner 1-2 years Heating tune-up Expert technician 1-3 years Source: https://www.xcelenergy.com/staticfiles/xe/Marketing/Files/SmartEnergyGuide.pdf Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  36. 36. Cases: ●Old home (baseline) ●Only weatherstripping ●Only wall+roof insulation ●Only window improvement (film + insulation) ●Weatherstripping + insulation + window improvement ●New home ●Solar required to cover energy use of old home, improved home, and new home Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  37. 37. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  38. 38. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  39. 39. Window Film Air Leak Sealing (weather strip + caulk) Attic + WallInsula tion
  40. 40. Window Film Air Leak Sealing (weather strip + caulk) Attic + Wall Insulation
  41. 41. Characteristics of baseline home ● Built in 1970’s/80’s before energy codes ● No wall/attic insulation ● Furnace/water heater has poor efficiency ● Very leaky (1 ACH) ● ~1000 square feet Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  42. 42. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  43. 43. Results Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  44. 44. Results cont’d Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  45. 45. Modeling Challenges and Shortcomings ● Limited data for comparison of lifecycle costs ● Wide range in cost estimates ● Replacement analysis not conducted ● No predictions made for changes in fuel or electricity prices Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  46. 46. Community Engagement “These homes have been here for over 50 years, these homes have been here for a while. How often do people check out these homes? ... Let’s do an evaluation of how homes are built, is there mold, are the heaters working? If people don’t come out and do that, that’s a big issue” “There’s this mentality of ‘Keep the lights off!’ ‘Don’t turn that on!’” “‘Who’s gonna pay for it?’ This committee of environmentalists and developers.. this has been one of the central things they’ve been fighting over” Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  47. 47. Community Engagement Trust Disconnect Outreach Priorities Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  48. 48. Stakeholder Analysis Energy Efficiency Stakeholders Residents Contractors City Utility Non Profits Financial Institutions Landlords Homeowners Renters Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  49. 49. Existing incentives/assistance programs Name Sponsor Benefits Requirements San Joaquin County Weatherization Program San Joaquin County Human Services Agency Free weatherizations - measures include insulation, repairs, improved appliances, etc. A member of the household receives temporary Aid for Needy Families (TANF), Food Stamps, SSI or SSP, Veterans and Survivors Pension or if the household income does not exceed a certain amount http://www.benefits.gov/benefits/benefit- details/1844 Energy Savings Assistance Program PG&E Repair or replacement of refrigerators, furnaces or water heaters, insulation/ weatherproofing, efficient light bulbs, showerheads, etc Home 5 years or older, meets CARE guidelines http://goo.gl/8zvcu3 Valid through May 2015 Energy Upgrade California - whole house PG&E Up to $2500 in rebates PG&E Customers with single family homes Choose measures from a menu of options Appliance rebates PG&E Depends on the appliance Purchase of Energy Star or approved appliance Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  50. 50. Financing Options Program type Pro Con PACE (HERO, Figtree) ● Approved in Stockton ● No upfront cost- pay with additional property taxes ● Vetted contractors (3 in Stockton) ● Choice of payback (5/10/15/20 years) ● Higher property tax bills ● Must pay property tax (ineligible to renters) On-bill financing ● No upfront cost - pay using portion of energy savings ● Good for renters- financing can stay with the property ● Not currently available ● Risk for utility if bills are not paid Loan (i.e. from the Golden State Finance Authority) ● Up to $50,000 financing, 6.5% interest for 15 yr loan ● Partner with approved contractor http://www.chfloan.org/programs/energy/overview.shtml ● Only one Stockton based contractor ● No flexibility for loan length Warehouse for Energy Efficiency Loans (WHEEL) ● More scalable than other approaches due to investments from large institutions ● Pool loans (investment grade capital) Source: WSGR White Paper ● New and unfamiliar ● Public agency approval needed Crowdfunding (i.e. Village Power Finance, Mosaic) ● Community building ● More flexible ● Requires strong community partner- may or may not exist Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  51. 51. Outreach strategy (ESA) Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  52. 52. Outreach cont’d Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Penetration - low ● Only 1.1% of eligible customers actually enrolled ● 11% of spending on customer enrollment ● Moderate income program unavailable in the county Job training ● YTD - 48 people trained for ESA program ● Typically from the local area
  53. 53. Demonstration Home Cases ● Better Buildings Neighborhood Program: o Chula Vista: 25% of tour participants in a demonstration home signed up for energy assessment with a contractor ● Michigan: has 8 Energy Demonstration Centers ● San Diego Center: tours, kiosks, library, rainwater harvesting, demo garden, food service demo kitchen Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  54. 54. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Chula Vista Home Phoenix: Meritage Deconstructed Home SDG&E Energy Innovation Center SDG&E Energy Innovation Center Detroit Ecoworks Center
  55. 55. Conclusions ● Many efficiency projects with quick payback ● Improved outreach necessary ● Demonstration home / Energy Center Potential o Outreach and education o Access to subsidized materials for DIY o Potential community space for local groups o For residents ineligible for ESA: access to subsidized materials for DIY projects and support may be useful  Potential for building contractor-resident relationships Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  56. 56. Conclusions ● Partnerships with other projects o Integration w/ Airport Way temporary structures + tool sharing, potential for more permanent services  Community garden, home improvement resource center o CSU : potential to provide education in a growing field o Industry analysis of Stockton’s energy efficiency job market Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  57. 57. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Airport Way
  58. 58. Insights on Airport Way What would you change about the community?” Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  59. 59. Case Studies Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal People’s St. Los Angeles Federal Credit Union Prostoroz, Ljubljana Superkilen, Copenhagen
  60. 60. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Green Spaces
  61. 61. KaBOOM! KaBOOM! provides: - Funding assistance - Experienced Project Manager - Build Day training/assistance The Community provides: - 250 sf of land - Partial funding - Volunteers for Community Build Day - Everyday play! - Maintenance Promote play Build a playground in a day Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  62. 62. Temporary Program Concept Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Street Art Sports Areas Outdoor Festivals
  63. 63. Temporary Structure Concept Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Option 1: Home Depot Shed Option 2: Shipping Containers
  64. 64. Option 3: Build it Yourself Adaptable Structure
  65. 65. Option 3: Build it Yourself Adaptable Structure
  66. 66. Community Center Section Floor Plan
  67. 67. Community Center Structural Layering
  68. 68. Community Center Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  69. 69. Master Plan Description Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Phase 1: 10% green areas: ● community gardens ● children’s playground ● public park community area: ● temporary sports court ● community events ● temporary structures Phase 2: 50% ● community center ● police station ● grocery store Phase 3: 100% ● commercial programs
  70. 70. 10% Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal 50% 100%
  71. 71. Proposed Phases for Development Phase 1 Phase 3 Phase 2 Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  72. 72. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  73. 73. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  74. 74. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  75. 75. Community Engagement Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal Having the physical campus in Stockton would visually reinforce the possibility of going to college to people driving by it every day. Seeing Stocktonians who went to well-regarded schools and came back to Stockton served as an inspiration to students. The CSU could offer cultural studies, since Stockton is a diverse city and help citizens learn more about the background of others.
  76. 76. Economic benefits of a CSU Economic Benefits Impact on Regional Economy Spending Supports Regional Jobs Local Tax Revenue CSU Stanislaus $169 million >2000 ~$8 million Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  77. 77. L1: MLK / Highway 99 PROs: central location, close to residential areas, good accessibility, close to commercial activities, incoherent current land use CONs: less space for expansion, a few existing residents, no public transit route, safety may be an issue, close to industrial lands Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  78. 78. L1: MLK / Highway 99 Alternative Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  79. 79. L4: North Stockton PROs: a lot of space, close to residential areas, empty lot is not suitable for low residential housing, easily approachable by car, safe neighborhood CONs: nowhere near city center, almost no commercial activities nearby, no transit options (only car oriented) Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  80. 80. Decision Matrix Location 1: MLK + H99 Location 2: Airport Way Location 3: R4 + FW5 Location 4: North Stockton Location + - o o Accessibility + - + + Size o + + + Public transport - + + + Surrounding areas + - o o Safety o o - + Infrastructure + o - o Place for expansion o + o + Nearby residents + - o + Close to services + o - o Table of comparison of the three locations (+ means good, o means neutral, - means bad // parameters that are higher are more important) Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  81. 81. Breakdown of GSF of CSU Stanislaus Instructional GSF 623,482 Instructional GSF / student 51.96 gsf / student Library 123,319 Library / student 10.28 gsf / student Housing / Dining 226,292 Housing / Dining / student 18.86 gsf / student Administrative / Student Services 227,642 Administrative / student 18.97 gsf / student Other Support 66,939 Other Support / Student 5.58 gsf / student Parking spots 2908 Parking / student 24.23% # of beds 656 Beds / students 5.47% Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  82. 82. Calculated GSF of CSU Stockton Instructional 519,568.33 gsf Library 102,765.83 gsf Housing / Dining 188,576.67 gsf Administrative / Student Services 189,701.67 gsf Other Support 55,782.50 gsf Parking spots 2423 # of beds 546.7 Grand total 1,056,395 gsf Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  83. 83. Table of construction costs Construction Costs per GSF for CSUs General Contractor Costs Classroom $352 $182,888,052.2 Library $311 $31,960,173.13 Housing / Dining $274 $51,670,007.58 Administration $354 $67,154,391.18 Structure and surface per parking space $19,278 $46,710,594 Grand Total $380,383,218.1 Including Site Work Site Work assumed to be 3% of building costs $391,794,714.6 Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  84. 84. Table of example scheduling, based off of Stanford LBRE Sample Project Type Typical Project Duration Typical Construction Duration Large science / medical project ( ( ( |(>25k sf) 3-5 years 2-3 years Large office / classroom project ( |(>25k sf) 3-4 years 1-2 years Large housing project (>25k sf) 2-3 years 1-2 years Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  85. 85. Mock Schedule Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  86. 86. eQuest data for MLK / Highway 99 MLK / Highway 99 Classroom Electricity Natural Gas Yearly Energy Usage 419,660 kWh 3302 therms Bill $62,792 $1988 Total Bill $64,780 MLK / Highway 99 Housing Electricity Natural Gas Yearly Energy Usage 181,200 kWh 0 Bill $26,929 Total Bill $26,929 Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  87. 87. eQuest data for MLK / Highway 99 MLK / Highway 99 Administrative Electricity Natural Gas Yearly Energy Usage 520,850 kWh 2061.8 therms Bill $86,276 $1305 Total Bill $87,581 MLK / Highway 99 Library Electricity Natural Gas Yearly Energy Usage 1,200,800 kWh 10,179 therms Bill $195,832 $5748 Total Bill $201,580 Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  88. 88. eQuest data for North Stockton North Stockton Housing Electricity Natural Gas Yearly Energy Usage 364,060 kWh 0 Bill $53,533 Total Bill $53,533 North Stockton Classroom Electricity Natural Gas Yearly Energy Usage 817,310 kWh 6018.2 therms Bill $121,398 $3483 Total Bill $124,881 Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  89. 89. eQuest data for North Stockton North Stockton Administration Electricity Natural Gas Yearly Energy Usage 1,081,600 kWh 3341.2 therms Bill $175,767 $2005 Total Bill $177,772 North Stockton Library Electricity Natural Gas Yearly Energy Usage 1,200,800 kWh 10,179 therms Bill $195,832 $5748 Total Bill $201,580 Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  90. 90. Comparison of Yearly Energy Bills Total Energy Bill (MLK / Highway 99) Electricity Bill Natural Gas Bill Housing $215,432 $0 Classroom $753,504 $23,856 Administrative $345,104 $5220 Library $195,832 $5748 Total $1,509,872 $34,824 Grand Total (per year) $1,544,696 Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  91. 91. Comparison of Yearly Energy Bills Total Energy Bill (North Stockton) Electricity Bill Natural Gas Bill Housing $214,132 $0 Classroom $728,388 $20,898 Administrative $351,534 $4010 Library $195,832 $5748 Total $1,489,886 $30,656 Grand Total (per year) $1,520,542 Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  92. 92. Architectural section (scheme) ● Instructional ● Administration Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  93. 93. List of Programming / Majors ● Nursing ● Business Administration/Management ● Supply Chain Management/Operations Management ● Education/Liberal Studies/Teaching ● Psychology ● Sociology/Social Work ● Agricultural Studies/AgriBusiness ● Food Science ● Criminal Justice ● Computer Science Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  94. 94. Budget / Financial Aid ● < than $90 million for first few years ● Close to 90% will qualify for financial aid ● Average full-time student will have financial aid package around $8,000 ● Undergraduates will qualify for around $6,700 for need-based grants ● Need-based loan amount around $4,300 ● Tuition for academic year around $5,472 for 6 or more units, $3,174 fewer than 6 ● Credit Union along Airport Way can help with funding via loans Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  95. 95. Public Relations ● Communicate and advocate with the local community ● Raise awareness on benefits of college education on what needs to be done to apply to college ● Partner with local elementary/middle schools, high schools, and community colleges ● Promote as commuter-based institution ● Inform high school counselors ● Promote college fairs Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  96. 96. CSU Stockton Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  97. 97. Conclusion ● Ideally, this analysis serves as a jumping point for a feasibility study of a CSU in Stockton. ● Currently, there is an assembly bill on the topic of the feasibility of a CSU, and this study will hopefully push CSU Stockton as being chosen and built. ● Higher education attainment is crucial for achieving many of the other goals mentioned. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal
  98. 98. Conclusion ● Partnership with other projects o CSU Study Program to stimulate development of industries. o Promote green technologies and lifestyle with Environmental Resiliency. o Long term stimulation of development in Stockton, including along Airport Way. Industry Revitalization Environmental Resiliency Airport Way Revitalization CSU Stockton Proposal

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