[WEC-Env] WEC-ENV meeting Tuesday: ONE MORE QUESTION
susanban at comcast.net
Fri Nov 9 21:23:58 PST 2007
I cannot make Tuesday at 12:30. I am in another meeting at that
time. I do not know if ShelterCare meeting room is clear at that
time - probably, but I won't know until I check the schedule on
Monday. I am not available until 1:45 on Tuesday.
On Nov 9, 2007, at 11:12 AM, Mary O'Brien wrote:
> Hi,WEC-ENVT committee:
> Ok, We've nailed down the WEC ENV meeting (no more than one hour;
> we have only one --but important -- agenda item) to deal with.
> TUESDAY, NOV 13.
> BUT...ONE MORE QUESTION: Most of you had said 2 p.m. was fine.
> John Allcott can make it if it is 12:30-1:30 p.m., but not 2 p.m.
> PLEASE ONCE MORE RESPOND to me, and let me know if
> TUESDAY 2 p.m.
> TUESDAY 12:30 p.m.
> are possible/impossible for you at ShelterCare. I'll go with what's
> possible for most.
> MUCHAS GRACIAS.
> Below is "Roundtable" list re: principles that Kevin Matthews has
> sent around as a list that might give us ideas, but I hope we can
> generate some ideas for more concrete and measurable criteria for
> reviewing transportation alternatives. At any rate, that's our one
> agenda item, and I think we can generate a good, thoughtful list.
> Draft Proposed Core Values
> > Our approach to the West Eugene community design opportunities
> > should uphold the following Core Values:
> > - We value openness, inclusiveness and transparency in governance
> > that encourages active community participation from diverse
> > viewpoints, carried on in a civil and respectful manner and
> > consistent with the need for timely and efficient decision making.
> > - We value a community that strives for justice for all and where
> > all have access to food, housing, healthcare, transportation and
> > high quality education.
> > - We value a strong, vibrant and resilient economy that provides a
> > range of jobs for people with diverse skills, education and
> > interests at various stages of their lives; a community where new
> > generations can grow and prosper without being forced to relocate
> > to find jobs or appropriate homes.
> > - We value a community where all people and their property are safe.
> > - We value arts and culture as an expression of our community
> > talents and visions.
> > - We value the natural community, its rivers, ridgelines, wetlands
> > and species.
> > - We value created beauty in our homes, buildings and structures.
> > - We value the protection of our clean water, air, open space and
> > created assets.
> > - We value transportation systems that are supported by and meet
> > the needs of the community.
> > - We value getting to a solution, one that is effective, efficient,
> > tangible (as in, something happens) and we value solutions that
> > take the longer-view and will serve multiple generations.
> > This summary list of proposed core values for West Eugene community
> > planning was included in the WEC Draft Work Plan of June, 2007 (WEC
> > 2007-06-19). It originates from an extended goal setting process
> > conducted by the Jobs and Land Use Roundtable circa 2003.
> Mary O'Brien
> P.O. Box 12056
> Eugene, OR 97440
> phone: 541/485-6886
> fax: 541/485-7429
> Note: Old email address mob at darkwing.uoregon.edu
> has been changed to mob at uoregon.edu
> wec_env_com mailing list
> wec_env_com at westeugenecollaborative.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the wec_env_com