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Update to the 2004 Delaware Strategies for State Policies and Spending<br />Public Workshops<br />June 2010<br />
Delaware Facts<br />Number of Counties				   3<br />Number of Municipalities				 57<br />Land area – square miles			      ...
Delaware Strategies for State Policies and Spending<br />
Origination of the State Spending Strategies <br />Cabinet Committee on State Planning Issues - 1994<br /> Responsibilitie...
Instructed State Planning Coordination Officeto develop the Strategies for State Policies and Spendingto guide decisions.<...
100% School Transportation<br />State’s Largest Police Force<br />90% State Roads<br />60-80% of public school constructio...
State Spending Strategies Use by Agencies<br />
Why Update<br />Called for in original Strategies<br />To reflect local certified comprehensive plans<br />To use current ...
Our update process<br />Data collection<br />Consult with state agencies, MPOs, counties, local governments<br />GIS – app...
Collect all factors that argue for new development and redevelopment.<br />
Collect all factors that argue for land preservation and/or agricultural economic development.<br />
Collect properties that are “out of play.” These can be state-or federally-owned, purchased development rights, permanent ...
Combine these three collections and classify the resulting data set into Levels 1, 2, 3 and 4 and “out of play” (OOP).<br />
Compare with the2004 version.<br />2004 <br />2010 <br />
Components:<br /><ul><li>Urban/Urbanizing Growth (Levels 1, 2, & 3)
Non Urban Growth (Level 4 (white areas))
“Out of Play” (Grey areas)</li></li></ul><li>Level 1:<br />Main Street, Newark<br />Overlook, Dover<br />Union Park Garden...
Level 2:<br />Cannery Village, Milton<br />Paynter’s Mill, Milton<br />Pike Creek, New Castle County<br />The Village of F...
Level 3:<br />
Level 4:<br />
Out of Play:<br />
The Delaware Office of State Planning Coordination<br />Projected Timeline<br />Public workshops  			June/July<br />Redraf...
State Web Sites<br />Office of State Planning Coordination : stateplanning.delaware.gov<br />State Spending Strategies:  s...
Comments<br />Comments Deadline:July 16, 2010<br />Send to:<br />Office of State Planning Coordination<br />Haslet Armory<...
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Updating the Strategies for State Policies and Spending

  1. 1. Update to the 2004 Delaware Strategies for State Policies and Spending<br />Public Workshops<br />June 2010<br />
  2. 2. Delaware Facts<br />Number of Counties 3<br />Number of Municipalities 57<br />Land area – square miles 1,953<br />Land area – acres 1,249,920<br />Farm land – acres 490,000<br />Persons per acre 0.7<br />Population, 2009 estimate 885,122<br />Lane miles of highways 13,403<br />
  3. 3. Delaware Strategies for State Policies and Spending<br />
  4. 4. Origination of the State Spending Strategies <br />Cabinet Committee on State Planning Issues - 1994<br /> Responsibilities from Del Code, §9101, Title 29:<br /><ul><li>“The Committee shall consider matters relating to the orderly growth and development of the State, including, but not limited to:”recommendations for the most desirable general pattern of land use
  5. 5. Instructed State Planning Coordination Officeto develop the Strategies for State Policies and Spendingto guide decisions.</li></li></ul><li>Strategies Purpose<br />To coordinate land use decision-making with the provision of infrastructure and services<br />Why Coordinate: <br />Land use decisions are a local responsibility<br />The provision of infrastructure and services is a State responsibility<br />If the above aren’t coordinated, then waste and inefficiency can occur<br />
  6. 6. 100% School Transportation<br />State’s Largest Police Force<br />90% State Roads<br />60-80% of public school construction<br />70% of public school operation<br />40% Paramedics<br />
  7. 7. State Spending Strategies Use by Agencies<br />
  8. 8. Why Update<br />Called for in original Strategies<br />To reflect local certified comprehensive plans<br />To use current data and technical tools<br />And reevaluate and refine state policies<br />
  9. 9. Our update process<br />Data collection<br />Consult with state agencies, MPOs, counties, local governments<br />GIS – apply appropriate map overlays, including certified comprehensive plan maps<br />Public Workshops<br />Review of draft document and maps<br />Approval by the Cabinet Committee and the Governor<br />
  10. 10. Collect all factors that argue for new development and redevelopment.<br />
  11. 11. Collect all factors that argue for land preservation and/or agricultural economic development.<br />
  12. 12. Collect properties that are “out of play.” These can be state-or federally-owned, purchased development rights, permanent easements and the like.<br />
  13. 13. Combine these three collections and classify the resulting data set into Levels 1, 2, 3 and 4 and “out of play” (OOP).<br />
  14. 14. Compare with the2004 version.<br />2004 <br />2010 <br />
  15. 15. Components:<br /><ul><li>Urban/Urbanizing Growth (Levels 1, 2, & 3)
  16. 16. Non Urban Growth (Level 4 (white areas))
  17. 17. “Out of Play” (Grey areas)</li></li></ul><li>Level 1:<br />Main Street, Newark<br />Overlook, Dover<br />Union Park Gardens, Wilmington<br />Wilmington<br />
  18. 18. Level 2:<br />Cannery Village, Milton<br />Paynter’s Mill, Milton<br />Pike Creek, New Castle County<br />The Village of Five Points, Lewes<br />
  19. 19. Level 3:<br />
  20. 20. Level 4:<br />
  21. 21. Out of Play:<br />
  22. 22. The Delaware Office of State Planning Coordination<br />Projected Timeline<br />Public workshops June/July<br />Redraft based on workshops July/August<br />Final Presentation to CCSPI September<br />Governor approval of Strategies September <br />Final document posted to Website <br />with limited printed copies October<br />
  23. 23. State Web Sites<br />Office of State Planning Coordination : stateplanning.delaware.gov<br />State Spending Strategies: stateplanning.delaware.gov/strategies/strategies.shtml <br />
  24. 24. Comments<br />Comments Deadline:July 16, 2010<br />Send to:<br />Office of State Planning Coordination<br />Haslet Armory<br />122 William Penn Street<br />Dover, DE 19901<br />Email comments to: stateplanning@state.de.us<br />Fax to: 302.739.6958<br />
  25. 25. Contact Information<br />Kent County David Edgell, AICP david.edgell@state.de.us<br />New Castle County Herb Inden herb.inden@state.de.us<br />Sussex County Bryan Hall, AICP bryan.hall@state.de.us<br />Data and Mapping Michael Mahaffie mike.mahaffie@state.de.us<br />

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