At Tech Talk No. 6, the speakers talked about the planning principals that often apply to projects like the corridor study. Early in the project, the Committee discussed the value of a mission and vision statement and planning principals. The discussion was tabled until after the charrette to allow the entire Committee and the community to become more knowledgeable regarding all the issues involved. The Committee will begin discussing planning principals at their October 5 meeting. After the charrette (at the end of October), and again after the Council’s decision regarding relicensing, the planning principals will be reviewed and refined before completing the corridor plan based on the preferred scenario for the corridor.
When do we decide on our core guiding principles?
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- What is the Kinni Corridor Project all about?
- What is a “River Corridor”?
- How many miles of the Kinni are in the “Corridor”?
- Who oversees the Project?
- How long will the planning process take? When will a decision be made about future of the corridor?
- How has the community been engaged in the planning process?
- When will the Council make a decision regarding dam removal?
- Why not have a citywide vote? Why just let the City Council make such an important decision?
- When do we decide on our core guiding principles?
- Is the Lake George park/walking area a must? How much would the project be without it?
- How is the Corridor Committee marketing the charrette to let all community members know that they should attend?
- Is there any opportunity to involve the school district in planning charrette?