SOUTH TABOR NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN ACTION CHARTS
Non-Binding City Policy
WHEREAS, the Comprehensive Plan Map of the Outer Southeast Community Plan is part of the Comprehensive Plan, the Vision Plan Map is not part of the Comprehensive Plan.
WHEREAS, the Vision Plan Map is attached as Exhibit O and is intended as an illustrative diagram to show how the various themes of the Outer Southeast community relate to each other. Plan features and elements support policies and objectives and are referred to in the Action Charts (Exhibit A). While realization of the Outer Southeast Community Plan would be enhanced through development of these features and elements, there may be other ways than those proposed to achieve the desired ends.
WHEREAS, the policy elements of the Outer Southeast Community Plan are adopted by ordinance as a part of the Comprehensive Plan, the Action Charts are not part of the Comprehensive Plan.
WHEREAS, the Outer Southeast Community Plan, is
attached as Exhibit A and the following Neighborhood and Business Plans are
attached as Exhibit B through L. (Exhibit B. Centennial ; Exhibit C.
Foster-Powell; Exhibit D. Hazelwood; Exhibit E. Lents; Exhibit F. Mill Park;
Exhibit G. Montavilla; Exhibit H. Mt. Scott-Arleta; Exhibit I. Pleasant Valley;
Exhibit J. Powellhurst-Gilbert; Exhibit K.
; Exhibit L. Outer Southeast Business Plan.)
WHEREAS, the Action Charts consist of lists of ideas for capital projects and ongoing programs.
WHEREAS, the Action Charts describe the proposed projects, programs and regulatory actions. They identify an appropriate time frame for implementation and identify public, non-profit and private agencies and partnerships to lead or oversee the implementation of the item.
WHEREAS, the Action Charts also suggest changes in the City's land use regulations and zoning map. These changes in the City's land use regulations are adopted separately by ordinance.
WHEREAS, the City Council has adopted the Recommended Outer Southeast Community Plan vision, policies and objectives as amended by Council in Exhibit U, as part of the City of Portland Comprehensive Plan.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Portland, a municipal corporation of the State of Oregon, that the City Council of the City of Portland adopt the Vision Plan Map (Exhibit O) and the Action Charts of the Recommended Outer Southeast Community Plan, Neighborhood and Business Plan, as amended by Council (as shown in Exhibits A through L) and that:
a. The Vision Plan Map (Exhibit O) is adopted by Council as an illustrative diagram to show how the various themes of the Outer Southeast Community relate to each other.
b. The implementation actions association with the Recommended Outer Southeast Community Plan Action Charts are approved by Council as a starting place for the revitalization of the Outer Southeast Community.
c. Proposals for projects and programs approved by this resolution are understood to be a starting place. All actions have an identified implementor. They will be adopted with the understanding that some will need to be adjusted and others replaced with more feasible proposals. Identification of an implementor for an action is an expression of interest and support with the understanding that circumstances will affect the implementation leader's ability to take action.
d. The City Council authorizes the City agencies identified on the action charts as Implementors, to engage in activities aimed at implementing the projects and programs called for on the Outer-Southeast Community, Neighborhood, and Business Plan action charts.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Portland, a municipal corporation of the State of Oregon, that the City Council authorizes and directs the Bureau of Planning to make corrections to the action charts of the Outer Southeast Community Plan, Neighborhood and Business Plans in order to correct typographical errors and to ensure parallel construction.
Resolution No. 35491 adopted by Council January 31, 1996.
Filed for inclusion in PPD September 24, 2004.