[SEN-D] FYI: NLC ICSC Meeting, Monday 8/13, 1-2:30 PM, Singer Rm
matthews at artifice.com
Tue Aug 7 08:22:17 PDT 2007
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
FYI, this (email below) is a glimpse of some ongoing neighborhood work, coordinating through and focused at the Neighborhood Leaders Council, to provide constructive input to the City's current Infill Compatibility Standards (ICS) planning process.
The work is currently at a pretty early stage. I've been attending on behalf of SEN. Over time, this ICS process should be of interest to people concerned about incompatible infill building projects, which may be a possibility in various pockets through Southeast Neighbors.
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From: Jan Wostmann <jw at efn.org>
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2007 00:02:04 -0700 (PDT)
To: [neighborhood leaders]
Cc: Lisa Gardner <lisa.a.gardner at ci.eugene.or.us>, Patricia Thomas <patricia.thomas at ci.eugene.or.us>
Subject: NLC ICSC Meeting, Monday 8/13, 1-2:30 PM, Singer Rm
Reply-To: jw at efn.org
The NLC ICSC will meet Monday, August 13, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. in the Singer
Room at the Library. The Singer Room can be accessed from the second
floor at the Library. Ask the reference desk librarian on the second
floor for directions if you haven't been there before. Lisa Gardner and
perhaps Patricia Thomas, will join us for the second half of the meeting.
1. Positive neighborhood characteristics inventory. - 20 minutes
2. What to do about code amendment proposals that don't survive the MiCAP
triage (proposal from Kevin Matthews). 20 minutes
3. Discussion with Lisa Gardner about the ICS Task Team formation and
process (proposal from Paul Conte). 45 minutes
Working to together to preserve the livability of our most
immediate surroundings, for all the people and creatures
therein, and for generations to come.
Please help save Eugene's threatened Pileated Woodpeckers
and Amazon Creek Otters! Support headwaters stewardship
and upland wildlife habitat protection.
Please help stop destructive infill development. Support
the South Hills Study, design standards, and design review.
Think globally - Act neighborly! (tm)
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