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Multifunctional Outdoor Performance Facility - Class of 2003-04 LDA Collaborative Project Presentation

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A project to evaluate, justify and build an outdoor performance facility in Janesville.

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Multifunctional Outdoor Performance Facility - Class of 2003-04 LDA Collaborative Project Presentation

  1. 1. Public Meeting Events Structure February 26, 2004 Leadership for Community Change
  2. 2. Welcome BACKGROUND  Leadership Development Academy (LDA)  Project: Events Structure PROGRESS TO DATE  Survey  Responses COMMUNITY INPUT NEXT STEPS Leadership for Community Change
  3. 3. Background - LDA LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY  Forward Janesville, Inc.  Individuals Leadership Roles within Company/Organization  September 2003 to June 2004  Initial Group of 26  Increase Community Awareness  Community Projects Leadership for Community Change
  4. 4. Background –Events Structure PREVIOUS EFFORTS  City Feedback  Discussion with Officials CURRENT INTEREST  Survey Users  Public Meeting Leadership for Community Change
  5. 5. Survey Process SENT OUT SURVEYS BASED ON USER LIST FROM CITY OF JANESVILLE RESPONSES FROM COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AND GROUPS Leadership for Community Change
  6. 6. Survey Results RESPONSES  Majority Positive  Primarily Musical Use  Theatre, Community, Church  Pay Fee  Current Fee to City Leadership for Community Change
  7. 7. Survey Results RESPONSES  Size  Performers, 12-60  Crowd, 10-3,000  Amenities Identified  Electrical, Acoustics, Lighting, Sound  Covering, Restrooms, Seating  Location  JPAC/Library Park, Lower Court House Park, Traxler Park, Rotary Gardens, Rockport Park Leadership for Community Change
  8. 8. Survey Summary INTEREST OUTDOOR STRUCTURE NEED FOR AMENITIES ACCOMMODATE ORCHESTRA SIGNIFICANT SPACE LARGE CROWDS/NEED PARKING SURVEYS INDICATED EQUAL INTEREST BETWEEN JPAC/LIBRARY AND COURT HOUSELeadership for Community Change
  9. 9. Discussion Points VERIFY NEED  Project Comments  Funding Community Groups AMENITIES/ADDITIONAL NEEDS STRUCTURE SIZE/DESIGN OPTIONS Leadership for Community Change
  10. 10. Location Options JPAC/Library Park Lower Court House Park Other Options  Traxler Park  Rotary Gardens  Rockport Park Leadership for Community Change
  11. 11. Open Discussion Project Questions Additional Considerations Structure Size/Design Location
  12. 12. Further Analysis Strengths/Weaknesses of Locations  Based on Needs Community Support/Funding Leadership for Community Change
  13. 13. Next Steps Community Group Discussions Recommendations Contact Committee Members  Scott Bordwell 755-4228 (M&I Bank)  Danny Davis 755-3044 (Janesville Police Department)  Mark Dwyer 752-3885 (Rotary Gardens)  Lynn Jones 741-3490 (Rock County Job Center)  Tom Presny 755-3025 (Janesville Parks) Leadership for Community Change
  14. 14. Thank You Leadership for Community Change

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