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MAPC Fall Council meeting lightning talks

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On October 24, 2012, MAPC staff gave lightning round presentations on MAPC's work in areas of clean energy, environment, data analysis, transportation, and community engagement.

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MAPC Fall Council meeting lightning talks

  1. 1. Supporting the Growth of Cycling in the Region Eric Bourassa, Director of Transportation Planning
  2. 2. SAVE NOW!The MAPC StoreYour regional gateway to premium procurement services. Heidi Anderson Municipal Services Procurement Manager
  3. 3. Today’s presentation is brought to you by…The number 4 and the Letter B
  4. 4. What’s missing from your procurement plans?
  5. 5. All your needs…at the MAPC Store!Our staff have the right mix of experience, skills & MGL c. 30B know-how to get you what you want!If we don’t already have what you want in stock; we’ll bid it out! Supplies & Services Efficiency, Cost Effectiveness & Choice!
  6. 6. Collaboration… Turns ideas into reality.
  7. 7. The right fit…Off the rack? Tailor-made? We’ll help you figure it out.
  8. 8. Fire trucks
  9. 9. Police cruisers
  10. 10. Is GREEN your thing
  11. 11. Fire Chief Association of Massachusetts (FCAM)42 units of fire apparatus sold36 fire chiefs served$800,000 estimated municipal savings Greater Boston Police Council (GBPC) 1,900+ vehicles sold 200+ entities served Priceless value of convenience Public Works $15,000,000+ in services bid for towns across the region
  12. 12. ALL PROCUREMENTS ARE CERTIFIED 100% MGL C.30B COMPLIANT.
  13. 13. Metropolitan Area Planning CouncilClean Energy Initiative Rebecca Davis RDavis@mapc.org http://mapc.org/clean-energy
  14. 14. Renewable Energy SiteAssessment
  15. 15. Solar Development
  16. 16. Rooftop Solar Installation
  17. 17. LED Streetlights
  18. 18. LED Streetlight RetrofitLED Streetlight Retrofit
  19. 19. Energy Efficiency Retrofits
  20. 20. Local Energy Action Program (LEAP)
  21. 21. Business Clean Energy Workshops
  22. 22. Emily Torres-CullinaneGoing beyond meetings…Emily Torres-CullinaneCommunity Liaison
  23. 23. engagingmore peoplein planning
  24. 24. Partners
  25. 25. MetroFuture Walks & Talks
  26. 26. Festivals & Farmer’s Markets
  27. 27. …but not during a noreaster!
  28. 28. Creative, Welcoming & Fun
  29. 29. To recapMAPC is… …partnering with passionate people. …meeting people where they are. …creative, welcoming & having fun!
  30. 30. Emily Torres-CullinaneLast thought…
  31. 31. Natural Resource Protection
  32. 32. Goal: Sustainable Development
  33. 33. Challenges:
  34. 34. We Can Do Better!
  35. 35. Maybe Even This? Source: Green Island
  36. 36. Yes We Can! Corporate Cntr. Apts./Condos/Assisted Open Space/Rec.MBTA Stn. Sports Complex Village Sq. Single FamilySouthfield: Weymouth, Rockland, & Abington, MA
  37. 37. Priority Development/Preservation Areas
  38. 38. Preserve Agriculture
  39. 39. Use Low Impact Development/Green Infrastructure:Source: MA Department of Conservation and Recreation Source: City of Portland, OR
  40. 40. Summer Smart Water Use Source: North/South Rivers Watershed
  41. 41. ResilientCommunitiesClimate ChangeMitigation/Adaption
  42. 42. Climate Change:Not All Bad News…
  43. 43. $1,000,000,000 Question… How can your communities think outside the box to create mutual benefits for society, the environment, and economic development?
  44. 44. Labor Surplus: More workers than jobs Data Surplus:More numbers than needed
  45. 45. Skills Mismatch:Lack of workers with necessary training Data Mismatch: Lack of data withnecessary information
  46. 46. Opportunities for “Mode Shift” Where are these kids?
  47. 47. School Commute Survey 6 questions 6 languages Paper + online 51% return rate
  48. 48. Survey Results
  49. 49. Find the best opportunitiesTarget funding to maximize impact Set goals and measure progress
  50. 50. Labor Immobility: Workers can’t get to job site Data Immobility:Users can’t take data with them
  51. 51. Existing Land Use, Local PDAs with acreage Vacant Developable Commercial & Land, 4,983 Industrial Land Uses, 5,447 UndevelopableResidential Land (Wetlands, Uses, 2,036 Open Space, Other), 3,771

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