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Portland Plan goes to the Better Living Show
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At the annual Better Living Show (Portland Expo Center, March 25-27), the Portland Plan team was there with a special guest: graphic recording artist Tim Corey, who illustrated attendees' answers to five prompting questions about the Portland Plan strategies:

  • What would make your neighborhood healthier?
  • What would make your neighborhood complete?
  • What does a youth-supportive neighborhood look like to you?
  • What does "nature in the city" mean to you?
  • What is economic prosperity to you?

His visual representations of the responses are vibrant and informative. See for yourself!

 


April 4, 2011

Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization hosts last Portland Plan Fair
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Delicious samosas, talented youth performers and community exhibitors, including the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization, East Portland Action Plan, Impact NW, Human Solutions and East Portland in Motion, were all highlights of the last Portland Plan Fair on Saturday, March 12 in East Portland.

 

IRCO hosted the event, which coincided with their ENGAGE workshop. ENGAGE aims to develop civic engagement and leadership capacity within the immigrant community. The class toured the fair and discussed their observations. The Economic Prosperity and Affordability strategy booth was particularly popular.

 

As with the other Portland Plan fairs, Colored Pencils Art and Culture performers entertained the crowds. On Saturday, participants enjoyed traditional Nepali dancing, Pacific Island/Hawaiian music, world chamber folk music, and an all-girl indie folk band.

 

Thanks to Meianna Bakery, Ravens Roost Café and Shalimar Café for providing tasty treats.

Take the survey

If you couldn't take the survey at one of the fairs, please go online and use our Survey Monkey questionnaire to tell us what you think about the Education, Economic Prosperity and Affordability, Healthy Connected Neighborhoods strategies and the Equity Initiative.

Portland. It's your city. It's our future. Let's make a plan for everyone.

March 17, 2011

Portland Plan Fair at De La Salle goes "south of the border"
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Last Thursday night at De La Salle North Catholic High School, the Portland Plan Fair had a decidedly Latin flair; the food, music and participants all reflected Portland's growing Latino population. Bilingual staff and interpreters were on hand to accommodate Spanish speakers and include them in the process of developing the Portland Plan. Representatives from the Mexican Consulate were also there, enjoying the energy and excitement of the event.

 

This round of Portland Plan outreach is about sharing the draft strategies for Education, Economic Prosperity & Affordability, Healthy Connected Neighborhoods, as well as an Equity Initiative. For more information about the strategies and the initiative in Spanish language, please click on the brochure below.

 

Curbsider in Spanish

Make your voice count.

If you didn't attend a fair and you'd like to learn more, read about the strategies and initiative. To fill out a survey about each one of the strategies and the initiative, please click the links below. The more people who fill these out, the better the plan will be.

Check out the pictures and video from the event. It was fun!

 

More pictures from the Portland Plan Fair at De La Salle from PheonixLotus Productions on Picasa.


March 11, 2011

Portland Plan Fairs: It was all happening at the Oregon Zoo
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DancersThe Oregon Zoo was the site of the second Portland Plan Fair on Sunday, March 6. A family-friendly event, the fair featured exotic animals, including an armadillo, a python, a baby owl and a vulture, as well as a young yo-yo champion and other artists from Colored Pencils Art and Culture. Portland Community Media was on hand to capture the event on video, which we'll be posting on this website soon.

 

The combination of family-friendly activities and the Portland Plan strategies and Equity Initiative emphasized the importance of getting all ages involved in the creation of the plan, which will guide the community's decisions and investments as the city grows and changes over the next 25 years.

 

The Portland Plan is addressing Portlanders' key concerns and issues expressed over the past few years, such as jobs, education, health, housing, transportation and equity. Feedback on the strategies and the Equity Initiative are crucial to ensuring that the plan reflects all of Portland, not just a few. Please see the links below to learn more about them and take survey to tell us what you think.

 

Two more fairs are scheduled, including a Spanish-language-friendly event on Thursday evening and a Saturday fair for those who prefer to participate on the weekends.

The next Portland Plan Fair is tonight, Thursday, March 10 from 6:30-9PM at De La Salle North Catholic High School

7528 N Fenwick Avenue

TriMet #4, #6, #75; MAX Yellow

En Español, también!

Map

 

At this Portland Plan fair, bilingual staff and Spanish interpreters will be on hand to assist the Hispanic community. And radio station KYRP will be making a station appearance from 6 - 8 p.m. In addition, Colored Pencils Art and Culture artists will again perform throughout the evening. Free food and childcare will be provided, along with raffle prizes and a chance to talk with Mayor Sam Adams.

 

Breakout sessions for each strategy and the Equity Initiative are listed below.

Breakout Session Schedule
Breakout SessionS Time Room

Equity Principle and Initiative

Small group activity, Presentation, Group Discussion

Session A: 7:05 PM - 7:50 PM

Session B: 8:15 PM - 8:00 PM

101

Economic Prosperity and Affordability Strategy

Presentation and facilitated discussion

7:05 PM - 7:50 PM

102

Education Strategy

Presentation and facilitated discussion

8:15 PM - 9:00 PM

102

Healthy Connected Neighborhoods Strategy

Open House: Orientation Station, map your hubs and greenways exercise, community collage

Come and join anytime after 7 PM.

Brief presentations at 7:05 PM and 8:15 PM

106

Programa en Español

Orientación de la feria: 7:05 PM - encuentrenos en la bandera azul

Conversacíon – 7:30 p.m. – salon 103

Learn more about the strategies and initiative and then take the surveys and tell us what you think.
The Portland Plan. It's your city. It's our future. Let's make this plan together.


March 7, 2011

Portland Plan Fairs open to a full house at Hosford Middle School
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Pedal KettleMusic, booths, food, raffle prizes, popcorn... and, of course, lively discussions with friends and neighbors. That's a recipe for public engagement that's fun. Hosford Middle School in Southeast Portland was the setting for some "good cookin'" last night, when more than 150 people showed up to see the draft Portland Plan strategies for Education, Economic Prosperity and Affordabilty, Healthy Connected Neighborhoods and an overarching Equity Initiative (see the slide show below).

Next Fair at the Zoo on Sunday, March 6

The next Portland Plan Fair will be at the Oregon Zoo on Sunday, March 6 from 12:30-3PM. Bring the kids and let them roam or take advantage of the free childcare (please call 503-823-2041 for reservations). Don't miss the exotic animals (including an armadillo, python and owl), when they tour the fair between 1-1:30PM.

 

The fair will also include Peddle Kettle, performances by Colored Pencils Art and Culture artists, community booths, raffle prizes (including free Zoo tickets) and more lively discussions with your fellow Portlanders.

Breakout Session Schedule
Breakout SessionS Time

Equity Principle and Initiative

Small group activity, Presentation, Group Discussion

Session A: 1:05PM - 1:50PM

Session B: 2:15PM - 3:00PM

Economic Prosperity and Affordability Strategy

Presentation and facilitated discussion

1:05PM - 1:50PM

Education Strategy

Presentation and facilitated discussion

2:15PM - 3:00PM

Healthy Connected Neighborhoods Strategy

Open House: Orientation Station, map your hubs and greenways exercise, community collage

Come and join anytime after 1PM.

Brief presentations at 1:05PM and 2:15PM

All breakout sessions will be held in the partitioned area to the south of the fair.

Learn more about the strategies and initiative and then take the surveys and tell us what you think.

The Portland Plan. It's your city. It's our future. Let's make this plan together.

Photos from the fair on Flickr.

March 3, 2011

Further Reading
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March 1, 2011

Portland Plan Fairs start Wednesday, March 2
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Starting March 2, Portlanders have an opportunity to shape the City's strategies for the future at four upcoming Portland Plan Fairs. These fairs will offer residents a range of experiences and opportunities to learn about and comment on three integrated strategies and an Equity Initiative to ensure that Portland is a thriving and sustainable city, with health and opportunity for all. 

 

Portlanders say that equity, living wage jobs, student success and a healthy environment are their top concerns. In response to this community input, the Portland Plan combines these priorities with extensive research and national best practices to develop an overarching Equity Initiative and three draft strategies for Portland's future:

 

1. Education
2. Economic Prosperity and Affordability
3. Healthy Connected Neighborhoods

 

In addition to breakout discussions for each one, the fairs will feature local food, music, booths, presentations, exotic animals (at the Zoo) and community exhibitors. Mayor Sam Adams will be talking with community members and free childcare will be provided at all locations.

 

At the first fair on Wednesday evening in Southeast Portland, artists from Colored Pencils Art and Culture will be performing throughout the evening, including local favorites Parfait Bassale, a well-known singer and songwriter from Benin (West Africa); singer/songwriter Randa Benaziz from Morocco; Vietnamese Group Singers Vu Tran, Khanh Nguyen and Thai Bui; story tellers from Nepal Anouksha Garner and Kunga Lama; and poet Ronault "Polo" Catalani. We hope you'll bring your family and friends to one or more of the fairs below.

 

It's your future. It's our city. Let's make this plan together.

 

The Portland Plan Fairs

 

Southeast

Wednesday, March 2, 6:30 - 9 p.m.

Hosford Middle School, 2303 SE 28th Place

TriMet #4, #10

  

West

Sunday, March 6, 12:30 - 3 p.m.

Oregon Zoo, 4001 SW Canyon Road

TriMet #63, MAX Red + Blue

 

North

Thursday, March 10, 6:30 - 9 p.m.

De La Salle North Catholic High School

7528 N Fenwick Avenue

TriMet #4, #6, #75; MAX Yellow

En Espanol, tambien!

 

East

Saturday, March 12, 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO)

10301 NE Glisan Street

TriMet #15, #19; MAX Green + Blue

 

Community public engagement is especially critical at this point in the Portland Plan process. After the fairs and follow-up outreach efforts, the draft strategies will be revised based on input from the community, Portland Plan partners and national experts. These revised strategies will be the core of the City's strategic plan, which will be available for comment and review this summer and will be presented to the Planning and Sustainability Commission this fall.

 

For more information, please call 503-823-2041.

 

The Portland Plan team will make reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. Please notify us no fewer than five (5) business days prior to the event by phone 503-823-7700, by the TTY line at 503-823-6868 or by the Oregon Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900.


 


March 1, 2011

Phase III Presents Draft Strategies for Portland's Future
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Strategies for Portland's FutureBased on the feedback from thousands of Portlanders during the first two phases of the Portland Plan, Phase III presents draft strategies for Portland's future.

  1. Equity
  2. Education
  3. Economic Prosperity & Affordability
  4. Healthy Connected Neighborhoods

Join us at a Portland Plan Fair in March to learn what actions are included in each strategy and share your thoughts as the plan takes shape. Full summaries of the strategies will be available online by March 2, the date of the first fair.

Each integrated strategy is a group of actions that address our most important goals for the community (that is, what Portlanders want to accomplish by the year 2035).

 

The strategies combine elements from a variety of disciplines, such as community health, transportation, education and others. They all aim to make Portland a thriving and sustainable city — prosperous, healthy and rich in opportunity for all.

 

The strategies in the Portland Plan will cover a 25-year time span, but they also include short-term actions to jump-start our work as a community in the next five years.

A Focus on Equity

Portlanders have made it clear that a long-term plan for the community must advance equity and reduce significant disparities facing our community in educational, housing and economic opportunities in a meaningful way – through concrete actions and legitimate accountability. But what do we mean by equity?

Whether because of race, ethnicity, income or the neighborhood they live in, many Portlanders increasingly experience challenges meeting their basic needs, succeeding in school and securing living wage employment. Inequities also affect people because of their age, gender, sexual orientation and physical ability. For instance:

  • 45 percent of the city's school age children are students of color, yet the graduation rates for Latino, African-American and Native-American youth in public schools is far below that of white and Asian-American youth.

  • Geographically, nearly a quarter of the city's residents live in East Portland, and per capita incomes there are about 40 percent less that the citywide average. In terms of access to transit and amenities, educational opportunity and public safety, East Portland differs significantly from the rest of the city.

What does an equitable Portland look like?

Phase Three of the Portland Plan presents a framework in which achieving equity is an overarching strategy and an integral part of all the strategies and actions in the Portland Plan — from education, housing and economic prosperity to transportation, sustainability and public health.


Join us at the Portland Plan Fairs in March to learn more about the specific actions in the draft strategies to address these disparities and create a more equitable Portland -- and let us know what you think.


Because as Portland evolves, what will distinguish the city in the future will not just be distinctive neighborhoods and thriving local businesses, it will be its ability to sustain all Portlanders regardless of race, income, sexual orientation, physical ability or age.

Come to a Portland Plan Fair near you!

January 27, 2011

Inspiring Communities - Economic Development with Robert Weissbourd
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Bob Weissbourd of RW Ventures in Chicago gave a rapid-fire presentation on Monday, January 17, chock full of stats about the value of metropolitan regions as economic engines as well as innovative ideas to leverage clusters, human capital, innovation infrastructure, spatial efficiency and effective public engagement from his work with the Brookings Institute. The panel discussion was enlightening as well, and the audience asked some really good questions. More than 150 people showed up – on a holiday, even!

 

Mr. Weissbourd's work on desegregation, social justice and inner cities made him a relevant speaker for Martin Luther King Day. He started and ended his presentation with references to Dr. King's work and quoted him by saying, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."

 

Portland Community Media filmed the event and broadcast it live on Channel 30. They will rebroadcast all five Inspiring Communities Series events in the next few months so you can watch any or all of them there. Or watch any or all of them by clicking on the links below.

 

Dr. Robert Ogilvie, Public Health Law and Policy on Healthy and Complete Communities
Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Judith Bell, Policy Link on Education
Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Dr. Julian Agyeman, Tufts University, Dept. of Urban & Env. Policy & Planning on Re-imagining (E)quality
Wednesday, December 15, 2010

 

Cynthia Girling + Ronald Kellett, University of British Columbia on Designing for Environment and Community

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

 

Robert Weissbourd, RW Ventures on Economic Development (watch below)

Monday, January 17, 2011 

Watch the video:

 

Learn more about the Portland Plan - Inspiring Communities Series


January 18, 2011

Portland Plan Fairs roll out comprehensive strategies for a thriving and sustainable city
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Equity, economic prosperity and affordability, education, and healthy connected neighborhoods top the list
Portland Plan Fairs

Portlanders have an opportunity to shape the City's strategies for the future at the upcoming Portland Plan Fairs, starting on March 2. Developed with the community, the strategies include actions that address residents' key concerns:

  • Equity
  • Education
  • Economic Prosperity & Affordability
  • Healthy Connected Neighborhoods

The fairs are designed to offer residents a range of experiences and opportunities to learn about and comment on the strategies. In addition to breakout discussions for each strategy, the fairs will feature booths, presentations, local food and community exhibitors. Free childcare will be provided at all locations.

Save the date: The Portland Plan Fairs

Southeast Portland

Wednesday, March 2, 6:30 - 9 p.m.

Hosford Middle School, 2303 SE 28th Place

TriMet #4, #10

Calendar | Map

 

West Portland

Sunday, March 6, 12:30 - 3 p.m.

Oregon Zoo, 4001 SW Canyon Road

TriMet #63, MAX Red + Blue

Calendar | Map

 

North Portland

Thursday, March 10, 6:30 - 9 p.m.

De La Salle North Catholic High School

7528 N Fenwick Avenue

TriMet #4, #6, #75; MAX Yellow

En Español, también!

Calendar | Map

 

East Portland

Saturday, March 12, 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO)

10301 NE Glisan Street

TriMet #15, #19; MAX Green + Blue

Calendar | Map

 

Come share your ideas about how to get to the future we want! For more information, call 503-823-2041.

 

The Portland Plan team will make reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. Please notify us no fewer than five (5) business days prior to the event by phone 503-823-7700, by the TTY line at 503-823-6868 or by the Oregon Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900.


January 27, 2011

Inspiring Communities - Designing for Environment and Community with Cynthia Girling + Ronald Kellett
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It was standing room only at the Portland Plan - Inspiring Communities Series event with Cynthia Girling and Ronald Kellett on Wednesday, Jan. 12. The Billy Frank Jr. Conference Room overflowed with more than 150 college students, design professionals and interested community members as Professors Girling and Kellett talked about designing for environment and the community. Presenting case studies from around the world, the landscape architects demonstrated their systems thinking approach to urban design. Panelists Mike Abbate, director of urban design for the City of Gresham, Mike Houck, director of the Urban Greenspaces Institute, Carol Mayor-Reed of the Mayor/Reed design firm, and Portland Planning and Sustainability Commissioner and citizen activist Chris Smith offered valuable local perspective after the keynote address.

Watch the video:

 

Learn more about the Portland Plan - Inspiring Communities Series


January 13, 2011

Robert Weissbourd talks about poverty, race, education, housing and economic development issues on MLK Day
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On Monday, January 17, the nation honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Here in Portland there will be many opportunities to remember the civil rights crusader, including attending the final event in the Portland Plan -- Inspiring Communities Series.

Bob Weissbourd, President. RW Ventures Rob Weissbourd

Keynote speaker Robert Weissbourd will talk about economic development on Monday night from 7-9 p.m. at the Mercy Corps Action Center, 45 SW Ankeny. Mr. Weissbourd has been a frequent public speaker and guest lecturer, as well as author, on a broad range of urban markets, poverty, race, education, housing and economic development issues. He has also testified on these issues before federal, state and local legislatures. His background in the public sector, desegregation and community economic development in inner cities provides Portlanders with a timely and relevant perspective on how the city can grow its economy and provide jobs across all sectors.

 

A nonresident senior fellow of the Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program, he has been active for more than 25 years in community and civic organizations, including service as president or vice-president of the boards of City Colleges of Chicago, Crossroads Fund, Businesspeople in the Public Interest, the Center for Neighborhood Technology and PROCAN, as well as on the Visiting Committee of the University of Chicago Law School, and the Advisory Committees for the (Chicago) Mayor’s Technology Advisory Committee, Brookings Metropolitan Economy Project and Brookings Urban Markets Initiative. 

 

Weissbourd founded RW Ventures, LLC in 2000. Previously, he served for 10 years in executive positions at Shorebank Corporation, including most recently as executive vice president of Shorebank Chicago Companies. Before joining Shorebank, Bob was a partner at Hartunian, Futterman & Howard, specializing in federal constitutional and class action litigation, school desegregation and representation of government and non-profit agencies. Bob clerked for federal Judge George Leighton, after receiving a J.D. from University of Chicago Law School and a B.A. from Yale University.

 

RW Ventures, LLC focuses on market-based strategies for regional and community economic development. Our goal is to achieve development outcomes and improve the quality of life of inner city residents by aligning business and community interests. Our work spans several areas, from expanding insurance markets to regional economic policy, and our projects range from neighborhood market development to analysis of the changing dynamics affecting economic performance.

Local Panelists

After Weissbourd's keynote address there will be a round table discussion with a local panel, including Aneshka Colas-Dickson, who serves on the Portland Development Commission; Sheila Martin, director of the Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies and the Population Research Center at Portland State University; Glenn Montgomery, executive director of Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association (OSEIA); and Bob Tackett with the NW Oregon Labor Council. Erin Flynn, urban development director for the Portland Development Commission, will moderate.

Portland Plan -- Inspiring Communities Series

The Portland Plan will be a 25-year strategic plan for the City, and the direction it sets will touch every neighborhood, district and resident of the city as it grows. The plan will help to define priorities, guide investment of public dollars and set the course for Portland for the next quarter of a century. The plan is guided by the principles of equity, health and opportunity for all.
 
Keynote speakers for the series were chosen for their forward-thinking ideas and innovative work in the fields of education, economic development, equitable communities, environmental design and public health.

Past Presentations

Click on titles to see video recording of each presentation.

 

Sponsored by: City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, City Club of Portland, Portland State University, Bureau of Environmental Services, Portland Parks & Recreation, Oregon Public Health Institute, The Standard, IBM, Kaiser Permanente, Multnomah County Health Department and Portland Business Alliance

 

The Portland Plan team will make reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. Please notify us no fewer than five (5) business days prior to the event by phone at 503-823-7700, by the TTY line at 503-823-6868, or by the Oregon Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900.


January 14, 2011

UPDATE: Portland Plan -- Inspiring Communities Series DATE CHANGE
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The Portland Plan - Inspiring Communities Series continues in the new year (with one change to accommodate Ducks fans), offering Portlanders a chance to learn how other cities are tackling the issues of economic development, community health, education and equity as well as how to create complete communities and make the most of our natural systems. Each evening includes a keynote speech, local panel discussion and questions from the audience. Admission is free, and the presentations will be broadcast live on Channel 30 and streamed live on www.pdxplan.com.


PORTLAND PLAN - INSPIRING COMMUNITIES SERIES
All events start at 7 p.m.; doors open at 6:30 p.m. 

 

CHANGE: Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Cynthia Girling and Ronald Kellett, University of British Columbia
School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture
on Designing for Environment and Community
Ecotrust Building, Billy Frank Jr. Conference Rm.
721 NW 9th Avenue


Monday, January 17, 2011
Bob Weissbourd, RW Ventures
on Economic Development
Mercy Corps Action Center
Aceh Community Room
28 SW 1st Ave


PAST PRESENTATIONS
Click on titles to see video recording of each presentation.
 
Dr. Robert Ogilvie, Public Health Law and Policy on Healthy and Complete Communities
Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Judith Bell, Policy Link on Education
Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Dr. Julian Agyeman, Tufts University, Dept. of Urban & Env. Policy & Planning on Re-imagining (E)quality
Wednesday, December 15, 2010

 

Sponsored by: City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, City Club of Portland, Portland State University, Bureau of Environmental Services, Portland Parks & Recreation, Oregon Public Health Institute, The Standard, IBM, Kaiser Permanente, Multnomah County Health Department and Portland Business Alliance

  

The Portland Plan team will make reasonable accomodations for people with disabilities. Please notify us no fewer than five (5) business days prior to the event by phone at 503-823-7700, by the TTY line at 503-823-6868, or by the Oregon Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900.

 
 


December 28, 2010

Inspiring Communites - Re-imagining (E)quality with Dr. Agyeman
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Dr. Agyeman

Dr. Julian Agyeman from Tufts University spoke to a large crowd of Portlanders at the Hollywood Theatre on December 15. Referencing his research on spatial justice and inter-culturalism, Agyeman told the audience, "If you ask the right questions, you'll get the right answers." Panelists Jonathan Oster from OPAL, Polo Catalani from the City's Office of Human Relations and the Urban League's Marcus Mundy shared the stage and answered questions from the audience about how to ensure more people of color can influence the civic decision-making process. Amalia Alarcon de Morris, director of the Office of Neighborhood Involvement moderated.

 

Learn more about the Portland Plan - Inspiring Communities Series

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December 16, 2010

Planning and Sustainability Commission recommends adoption of Portland Plan background reports and maps
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Portland's Planning and Sustainability Commission voted today (Dec. 14, 2010) to accept the maps and reports that comprise a planning inventory. This inventory will not be fully complete until spring of 2011, but the Commission viewed it as complete and accurate enough to proceed with the next step—a planning analysis for the city.

 

The commission requested that information on jobs, employment land and air quality (particularly toxic hot spots) feature more prominently in the final inventory. It also requested that staff proactively notify and engage the Land Use Committee of each neighborhood association to get their feedback prior to further action in the spring and suggested that staff organize a couple of information sessions before the spring hearing series, specifically to provide more information on both air quality and jobs/employment land availability issues.


December 14, 2010

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