[WEC] Survey re "efficiency measures" due by Wed 4/28 at the very latest
robzako at gmail.com
Mon Apr 26 18:12:32 PDT 2010
Dear WEC friends,
Terri Harding from the City of Eugene is looking for our help with efficiency measures, i.e., ways to accommodate more residents and businesses using land already inside the UGB. Alas, her emails of Tuesday, April 20, and Friday, April 23, somehow got held up my our email list manager, so you might not have seen these.
Please (re)read Terri's message, summarized below, and complete the survey by tomorrow, or Wednesday, April 28, at the latest.
Bottom line, just click here:
On Apr 20, 2010, at 8:56 AM, Terri Harding wrote:
> Dear Community Members,
> You are receiving this email because you are a member of a Commission or have participated on a committee dealing with land use issues over the last couple of years. ...
> In the meantime, we could use your help looking over an early component of work dealing with ways we might be able to reduce our land needs by growing more efficiently within our current urban growth boundary. We have developed a survey, the Eugene Potential Land Use Efficiency Measure Questionnaire, that describes various potential actions the city could take to increase the efficiency of our use of land. It should take 15-30 minutes to complete. Find the questionnaire here:
> The intended audience for the questionnaire is people who have some recent experience in committee or commission work on development issues -- the public events, website, and email newsletter are intended for a more general audience. To help you complete the questionnaire, we have prepared an illustration document that provides additional information, photos, and other graphics for some of the potential efficiency measures. It is designed for you to print out and use as a reference while you complete the survey. It can be found here:
> It would be helpful to have the questionnaire complete by April 28, so that we may use this preliminary input in our analysis of the measures' potential feasibility and applicability. If you have questions about Envision Eugene, please don't hesitate to contact me or use our Envision Eugene Intern call line at 682-8834. Thank you for your valuable assistance - past, present and future!
> Terri Harding
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