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Nov. 15, 2022

Regular Meeting Agenda - November 15th, 2022 - AAQoL original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION NOVEMBER 15th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA REGULAR MEETING of the ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION NOVEMBER 15th, 2022 at 6:00pm PERMTTING & DEVELOPMENT CENTER (PDC) RM #1215 6301 WILHELMINA DELCO DR. AUSTIN, TX 78752 REGULAR MEETING AGENDA This meeting is being held in a hybrid format, and some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. Public comment will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Remote speakers must register in advance (November 14th by 12pm-Noon). All public comments will occur at the beginning of the meeting and public speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. To speak or attend remotely, residents must contact the Equity Office’s Commission/Neighborhood Liaison, Jeremy Garza, no later than 12pm-noon on Monday, November 14th, 2022. Please telephone call & leave a voicemail at (512) 978-1797 or email jeremy.garza@austintexas.gov. The information required is the speaker’s name, the item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address, and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). BOARD MEMBERS: District Kirk Yoshida (Chair) Commissioner District Commissioner Azra Siddiqi Kuo Yang Lily Trieu Fang Fang VACANT VACANT 9 10 Salimah Shamsuddin Meena Mutyala Mayor Hanna Huang At-Large Pramod Patil At-Large Zahra Shakur Jamal-Hassan At-Large Sarah Chen (Vice-Chair) Vincent Cobalis At-Large Pooja Sethi (Resigned) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION NOVEMBER 15th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA MEETING AGENDA CALL TO ORDER The meeting is called to order by Chair Kirk Yoshida at: ROLL CALL ABSENT: PRESENT: PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first ten speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the COMMISSION’S REGULAR MEETING on both August 16th and September 20th, 2022. STAFF PRESENTATION Houmma Garba – Communications & Public Information Office (CPIO), Updates on the Language Access Program David Nicks & Laura Esparza – Parks & Recreation Department (PARD), AARC Phase Two Updates DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS Discussion and possible action on confirming the Commission’s regular meetings for the 2023 calendar year. Discussion and possible action about chair leadership starting January 2023. Inquiring about commissioner capacity to lead after Kirk & Vince step down due to term …

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Nov. 15, 2022

AARC Phase Two Presentation from PARD (11.15.2022) original pdf

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Asian American Resource Center Phase II Schematic Design Presentation November 15, 2022 Project Team City of Austin Asian American Resource Center Public Works, Park & Recreation Dept., Captial Contracting Office Bianca Xoyamayagua-Galvan Kevin Johnson George Maldonado Christina Bies Laura Esparza David Nicks Jonathon Van Leila Grace Pandy Fabian Duran Tony Vo Emily Lee Michael Miyasaki Van Doan Flintco Construction Management Rich Maynard Gary Miller Sudheer Alluru Trahan Architects Trey Trahan Kevin Thomas David Sweere Vincent Lai SE33 Civil Engineer Collaborative Engineering Group MEPFP Engineer Datum Engineers Structural Engineer Asakura Robinson Landscape Architect Schuler Shook Theater Planning Threshold Acoustics Acoustics & AV Jensen Hughes Code Consultant Tillotson Design Associates Lighting Consultant N OV E M B E R 1 5, 2 02 2 2 ASIAN AMERICAN RESOURCE CENTER PHASE IIASIAN AMERICANRESOURCE CENTER Project Introduction & Goals N OV E M B E R 1 5, 2 02 2 3 ASIAN AMERICAN RESOURCE CENTER PHASE IIASIAN AMERICANRESOURCE CENTER AARC Guiding Principles & Values MISSION STATEMENT The Asian American Resource Center’s mission is to create a space of belonging and healing for Asian American communities in Austin and beyond. We do this through community Collaborations and partnerships; providing rental space; organizing cultural, educational, and health wellness programs and curating art and historical exhibitions. We lead with our values and our vision, so that our diverse Solidarity - Recognizing our interconnectedness with ourselves and other communities of color. communities are supported and connected. VALUES Diversity - Acknowledging our cultures and histories. Peace - Creating space for healing and unity. Collaboration - Building relationships and co-creating. Intergenerational - Connecting through stories. N OV E M B E R 1 5, 2 02 2 4 ASIAN AMERICAN RESOURCE CENTER PHASE IIASIAN AMERICANRESOURCE CENTER Conceptual Design PROJECT DESIGN GUIDELINES Grandeur - Grand Gestures to the Landscape, Entry, + Public Areas Iconic - Prominence as the Campus’s recognizable Building + AARC Identity Flow - Connection Between Spaces, People and Landscape Transparency - Visible and physical connections between Interior to Exterior Spaces Tex-Asian (Interconnectedness) - Intersection of Asian + Local Influences Harmony with Nature - Commitment to social and environmental sustainability. Improve people’s well-being and make life more enjoyable. N OV E M B E R 1 5, 2 02 2 5 ASIAN AMERICAN RESOURCE CENTER PHASE IIASIAN AMERICANRESOURCE CENTER Precedent Images These images are a collection of precedent images collected by AARC staff as part of a design …

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Nov. 15, 2022

CPIO Language Access Program Update Presentation (11.15.2022) original pdf

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Language Access Program Update Communications and Public Information Office Community Engagement Division Asian American Quality of Life Commission November 15th, 2022 Houmma Garba, COA Language Access Program Responsibilities Guidance and Technical Assistance to Departments Staff Training Presentations and Community Outreach Language Access Plans and Templates Interpretation and Translation Services Contract Management Language Access Basic Training Staff Training Community Interpreting Training Departmental Language Access Single Point of Contact Quarterly Meeting Language Access Center FY’22 Main Accomplishments COA General Translation Style Guide Language Access Services Administrative Bulletin iSpeak Austin Educational and Outreach Campaign FY’22 Language Access Services Expenditures Department Amount Spent Department Amount Spent APH $568,883.38 MANAGEMENT SERVICES COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE PARD POLICE AUSTIN ENERGY HOUSING AND PLANNING MUNICIPAL COURT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WATERSHED TRANSPORTATION AUSTIN CODE LIBRARY HUMAN RESOURCE $83,838.57 $69,124.47 $65,523.31 $57,129.52 $43,647.72 $30,627.30 $19,801.59 $11,757.46 $9,830.10 $7,899.19 $5,842.77 $5,227.09 $3,160 FINANCE SERVICES COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT AVIATION AUSTIN WATER FIRE AUSTIN RESOURCE RECOVERY CONVENTION CENTER EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SERVICES $2,038.98 $1,431.50 $1,277.11 $378.05 $319 $116 $116 $13.02 TOTAL $988,252.13 Expenditures per service $45,332.50 $346,409.91 $559,456.37 Interpretation services Translation services ASL FY’23 Goals to departments program  Add a new FTE person to the program and increase our support  Add a new VISTA member for the Community Safety Connector  Continue with Education and Outreach in the community  Continue with Staff training  Relaunch the City’s Community Interpreting Training for bilingual staff Contact Information Houmma Garba, Community Engagement Consultant _ Language Access Program Manager Houmma.garba@austintexas.gov or 512.974.6004 Marion Sanchez, Community Outreach and Engagement Division Manager Marion.sanchez@austintexas.gov or 512.974.2955

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Oct. 25, 2022

Special Called Meeting Agenda (10.25.2022) original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION OCTOBER 25th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA REGULAR MEETING of the ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION OCTOBER 25th, 2022 at 6:00pm Permitting & Development Center (PDC) 6310 Wilhelmina Delco Dr, Austin, TX 78752 RM #1401 SPECIAL CALLED MEETING AGENDA This meeting is being held in a hybrid format, and some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. Public comment will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Remote speakers must register in advance (October 24th by 12pm-Noon). All public comments will occur at the beginning of the meeting and public speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. To speak or attend remotely, residents must contact the Equity Office’s Commission/Neighborhood Liaison, Jeremy Garza, no later than 12pm-noon on Monday, October 24th, 2022. Please telephone call at (512) 978-1797 or email jeremy.garza@austintexas.gov. The information required is the speaker’s name, the item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address, and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). BOARD MEMBERS: District Kirk Yoshida (Chair) Commissioner District Commissioner Azra Siddiqi Kuo Yang Lily Trieu Fang Fang VACANT VACANT 9 10 Salimah Shamsuddin Meena Mutyala Mayor Hanna Huang At-Large Pramod Patil At-Large Zahra Shakur Jamal-Hassan At-Large Sarah Chen (Vice-Chair) Vincent Cobalis At-Large Pooja Sethi 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION OCTOBER 25th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA MEETING AGENDA CALL TO ORDER The meeting is called to order by Chair Kirk Yoshida at: ROLL CALL ABSENT: PRESENT: PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first ten speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the COMMISSION’S REGULAR MEETING on both August 16th and September 20th, 2022. DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Discussion and possible action about chair leadership starting January 2023. Inquiring about commissioner capacity to lead after Kirk & Vince step down from term limits. Discussion and possible action on creating a budget workgroup, designating members, outlining responsibilities, timeline, and authorizing members to speak on behalf of the Joint Inclusion Committee on matters pertaining to their assignment. Discussion & possible action on the City Clerk’s Q&A Session with Equity Office & …

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Oct. 18, 2022

AAQoL Regular Meeting Agenda - October 18th, 2022 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION OCTOBER 18th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA REGULAR MEETING of the ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION OCTOBER 18th, 2022 at 6:00pm AUSTIN CITY HALL BOARDS & COMMISSIONS ROOM 301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX MEETING AGENDA This meeting is being held in a hybrid format, and some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. Public comment will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Remote speakers must register in advance (October 17th by 12pm-Noon). All public comments will occur at the beginning of the meeting and public speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. To speak or attend remotely, residents must contact the Equity Office’s Commission/Neighborhood Liaison, Jeremy Garza, no later than 12pm-noon on Monday, October 17th, 2022. Please telephone call at (512) 978-1797 or email jeremy.garza@austintexas.gov. The information required is the speaker’s name, the item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address, and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). BOARD MEMBERS: District Kirk Yoshida (Chair) Commissioner District Commissioner Azra Siddiqi Kuo Yang Lily Trieu Fang Fang VACANT VACANT 9 10 Salimah Shamsuddin Meena Mutyala Mayor Hanna Huang At-Large Pramod Patil At-Large Zahra Shakur Jamal-Hassan At-Large Sarah Chen (Vice-Chair) Vincent Cobalis At-Large Pooja Sethi 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION OCTOBER 18th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA MEETING AGENDA CALL TO ORDER The meeting is called to order by Chair Kirk Yoshida at: ROLL CALL ABSENT: PRESENT: PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first ten speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the COMMISSION’S REGULAR MEETING on both August 16th and September 20th, 2022. STAFF BRIEFINGS 2. DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS Language Access Program Update from CPIO – Houmma Garba Discussion and possible action about chair leadership starting January 2023. Inquiring about commissioner capacity to lead after Kirk & Vince step down from term limits. 3. ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION OCTOBER 18th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA Discussion and possible action on creating a budget workgroup, designating members, outlining responsibilities, timeline, and authorizing members to speak on behalf of the Joint Inclusion Committee on matters pertaining …

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Sept. 20, 2022

AAQoL Regular Meeting Agenda - September 20th, 2022 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION SEPTEMBER 20th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE COMMISSION September 20, 2022 at 6:00pm Austin City Hall Boards & Commissions Room 301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX Regular Commission Meeting MEETING AGENDA This meeting is being held in a hybrid format, and some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. Public comment will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Remote speakers must register in advance (September 19th by 12pm-Noon). All public comments will occur at the beginning of the meeting and public speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. To speak or attend remotely, residents must contact the Equity Office’s Commission/Neighborhood Liaison, Jeremy Garza, no later than 12pm-noon on Monday, September 19th, 2022. Please telephone call at (512) 978-1797 or email jeremy.garza@austintexas.gov. The information required is the speaker’s name, the item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address, and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). BOARD MEMBERS: District Kirk Yoshida (Chair) Commissioner District Commissioner Azra Siddiqi Kuo Yang Lily Trieu Fang Fang VACANT VACANT 9 10 Salimah Shamsuddin Meena Mutyala Mayor Hanna Huang At-Large Pramod Patil At-Large Zahra Shakur Jamal-Hassan At-Large Sarah Chen (Vice-Chair) + Vincent Cobalis At-Large Pooja Sethi ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION SEPTEMBER 20th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA MEETING AGENDA CALL TO ORDER The meeting is called to order by Chair Kirk Yoshida at: ROLL CALL PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first ten speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the COMMISSION’S REGULAR MEETING on August 16th, 2022. STAFF BRIEFINGS 2. Staff Presentation from PARD Cultural Arts & Programs on the AARC Phase Project – Laura Esparza & David Nicks Staff Presentation from the ATX Walk Bike Roll project team (ATXWBR) on the joint effort between the Public Works Department (PWD) and Austin Transportation Department (ATD) to update Austin's sidewalk, urban trails, bicycle plans; and guide the direction of City Council's Austin Strategic Mobility Plan (ASMP) by Craig McColloch & Katie Wettick DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS 4. Discussion and possible action to authorize commissioners to speak on behalf …

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Aug. 16, 2022

AAQoL Regular Meeting Agenda - August 2022 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION AUGUST 16th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE COMMISSION August 16th, 2022 at 6:00 PM Austin City Hall Boards & Commissions Room 301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX Regular Commission Meeting MEETING AGENDA This meeting is being held in a hybrid format, and some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. Public comment will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Remote speakers must register in advance (August 15h by 12pm-Noon). All public comments will occur at the beginning of the meeting and public speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. To speak or attend remotely, residents must contact the Equity Office’s Commission/Neighborhood Liaison, Jeremy Garza, no later than 12pm-noon on Monday, August 15th, 2022. Please telephone call at (512) 978-1797 or email jeremy.garza@austintexas.gov. The information required is the speaker’s name, the item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address, and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). BOARD MEMBERS: District Kirk Yoshida (Chair) Commissioner District Commissioner Azra Siddiqi Kuo Yang Lily Trieu Fang Fang VACANT VACANT 9 10 Salimah Shamsuddin Meena Mutyala Mayor Hanna Huang At-Large Pramod Patil At-Large Zahra Shakur Jamal-Hassan At-Large Sarah Chen (Vice-Chair) + Vincent Cobalis At-Large Pooja Sethi ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION AUGUST 16th, 2022 MEETING AGENDA AGENDA CALL TO ORDER The meeting is called to order by Chair Kirk Yoshida at: ROLL CALL PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first ten speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the COMMISSION’S REGULAR MEETING on July 19th, June 2st1 & April 19th, 2022. STAFF BRIEFINGS 2. Staff Presentation from the Small & Minority Business Resources (SMBR) Department on the City of Austin’s 2022 Disparity Study - by Public Information Specialist Senior Eddie Bynog & Executive Director Edward Campos and/or Assistant Executive Director Tamela Saldana – August 2022 Staff Presentation from PARD Cultural Arts & Programs on the AARC Phase Project – Laura Esparza DISCUSSION ITEMS 4. CapMetro Presentation on Fare Capping & Equifare Transit Equity Programs w/ Grace Nguyen and Edna Parra – August 2022 Discussion of FY22-23 …

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Aug. 16, 2022

Backup Notes from the AARC Workgroup original pdf

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AARC Workgroup Notes 7/12/2022 - noon Attendees: Laura Espinoza; COA/PARD Tony Vo;: COA/PARD/AARC Bianca Galvan: COA/PARD/AARC David NickS; COA/PUBLIC WORKS Schiller Liao: NAAO Debasree Das Gupta: NAAO Thuy Nguyen; Community -AISD Vince Cobalis: AAQOL/ Workgroup Lead 1. Update on AARC Phase II Plan * Survey – completed – See analysis link on AARC newsletter. * Timeline We’re currently in the design phase of the project. There will be a community engagement information session sometime in Oct or Nov * Funding There is not enough funding currently, anticipating a shortfall of $20-25 million 2024 Bond is a potential (Laura said council passed a resolution supporting the completion of cultural center projects) Potential for a capital fundraising campaign Private donors/fundraising needed * Coordination with Watershed Protection David Nicks should have an update for next time (7/12) 2. AARC Staffing and hiring status Interviews for Culture & Arts Education Supervisor occurs on Monday 7/18/22 Interviews for Marketing Representative A occurs on Tuesday 7/19/22 Administrative Specialist position closes on 7/13/22 Currently looking for Temps (Event Worker + Cultural Arts Leader) 3. Senior Meals/Transportation update Minimal complaints about Meals on Wheels aside from blandness; Seniors encouraged to bring own seasoning AARC Freezer is not working properly. Work Order submitted. In the meantime, MoW will delivery daily rather than weekly. 4. Summer Youth program TCTA (Totally Cool, Totally Art) 2nd summer camp session started this week. A handful of Asian American kids are participating. Program goes until August 4 5. Any specific efforts to address heat issues (hours of operation). AARC Designated as a Cooling Station during regular business hours. Closes evening hours location is Gus Garcia. Comprehensive list of cooling station shared via email. * Translated Emergency Alerts 6. NAAO Wall 7. Budget Annual update 4. Budget status * 2021-22 CYE - purchases/future actions – * Schiller working with a new vendor - Can’t purchase auditorium chairs: Not enough storage for ballroom chairs _ Orders placed for technology upgrade, including Technology equipment – - Display case lighting * 2022-23 proposed budge - update At this point, only option is Commission recommendations to Council - ballroom dividers s/b CIP, but still request - staffing? * did not DISCUSS MAJOR PRIOR YEAR ACCOMPLISHMENTS (July 2021 - June 2022) * Any new goals and focus in the coming year. * Connect with AARC mission and goals (Tony- please bring if you have it) * As required, Document submitted …

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Aug. 16, 2022

CapMetro EquiFares Presentation original pdf

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Potential Fare Programs Asian American Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission | July, 2022 Agency Core Values INNOVATION EQUITY SUSTAINABILITY TRANSPARENCY SAFETY 2 Agenda • Fare Strategy Review • Potential Fare Programs powered by Amp • Fare Capping • Equifare • Title VI Analysis • Community Engagement • Next Steps 3 Fare Strategy Review Addresses transit affordability and other population needs (i.e., low income and per Title VI, race, color, etc.) Incorporates alternative fare structures (e.g., capped fares for all riders) Supports equity in future fare adjustments in alignment with Project Connect Integrated Financial Model Equity CapMetro Fare Strategy Technology Encourages increased ridership while maintaining sustainable revenue stream Maintains and creates programs for various demographics (e.g., senior citizens, military, employer- sponsored, ILAs) Encourages contactless payments, other innovations and integrations 4 CapMetro wants to make our fares more equitable. We know that our customers pay for their transit passes one trip at a time instead of taking advantage of the savings that come with day or monthly passes. Proposed Fare Programs powered by Amp Fare Capping Equifare Fare capping limits how much you pay for all your trips in a day, week or month. An additional discounted fare category for income-eligible customers 5 What is Fare Capping? Fare capping limits how much you pay for all your trips in a day, week or month. Fare capping makes sure that customers: • Never pay more than the total cost of a Day Pass in a calendar day • Never pay more than the total cost of a monthly pass in a calendar month 6 Fare Capping – Daily Cap When you pay for 2 single rides in one day, you earn a Daily Cap and ride free the rest of the day. Your daily spending is capped at $2.50 total! 7 Fare Capping - Monthly Cap When you pay for 33 single rides in a calendar month, you earn a Monthly Cap, and ride free the rest of the month. • Your monthly spending is capped at $41.25 total! • Monthly Cap • 33 Paid Rides • 17 Days of Riding • Benefit: ride free up to 14 days per calendar month 8 How to Get Fare Capping: Amp • Get Amp, by physical card or CapMetro App • Load money to your account - this is called stored value! • Tap your card or scan your app to pay from your …

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Aug. 16, 2022

SMBR's 2022 Disparity Study Briefing original pdf

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City of Austin Small and Minority Business Resources Overview 2022 Disparity Study Edward Campos, Director Tamela Saldana, Ph.D., Assistant Director Objectives Background Disparity Study Purpose and Objectives Quantitative & Qualitative Analysis Key Findings Study Recommendations Next Steps City of Austin | SMBR 2 Background • Jan. 2020 – Colette Holt & Associates (CHA) was contracted to conduct the 2022 Disparity Study • Spring 2020 – Two virtual Public Kick-off webinars were held • Spring 2020 – Launched disparity study website and e-mail account City of Austin | SMBR 3 Disparity Study Purpose and Objectives • Complies with constitutional mandate to regularly review evidence supporting race- and gender-based programs • Provides a legal defense if the programs are challenged • Develops accurate data for annual and contract goal setting • Gathers feedback for program improvements City of Austin | SMBR 4 Quantitative Analysis • Study analyzed FYs 2013-2018 contracts $50,000 or greater ▪ Final Contract Data File 1,002 prime contracts totaling $826,453,073.73 842 subcontracts totaling $249,783,337.28 • Geographic market ▪ 19 counties with Austin, San Antonio, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston metro areas captured 82.9% of the Final Contract Data File • Product market ▪ 204 NAICS codes in Final Contract Data File City of Austin | SMBR 5 Study Contract Data Contract Type Total Contracts Prime Contracts Subcontracts TOTAL 1,002 842 1,844 Share of Total Contracts 54.3% 45.7% 100.0% Final Contract Data File Net Dollar Value Business Type Total Contract Dollars Prime Contracts $826,453,073.73 $249,783,337.28 Subcontracts Share of Total Contract Dollars 76.8% 23.2% Source: CHA analysis of City of Austin data City of Austin | SMBR 6 City’s Utilization of M/WBEs • MBEs: 9.6% ▪ Blacks: 1.7% ▪ Hispanics: 5.8% ▪ Asians: 2.0% ▪ Native Americans: 0.1% • White Women: 6.8% • M/WBEs: 16.4% • Non-M/WBEs: 83.6% Source: CHA analysis of City of Austin data City of Austin | SMBR 7 Weighted Availability Black Hispanic Weighted Availability for City Contracts Asian MBE MBE/WBE Native American 0.4% White Women 6.5% Non- MBE/WBE 85.6% Total 100.0% 1.5% 4.7% 1.4% 8.0% 14.4% Source: CHA analysis of City of Austin data City of Austin | SMBR 8 Disparity Ratios Black 118.0% Disparity Ratios by Demographic Group White Hispanic Women 104.4% Native American 20.0%‡ 119.5% 142.5% Asian MBE 122.1% MBE/WBE 112.7% Non- MBE/WBE 97.9% Disparity Ratio ‡ Indicates substantive significance Formula: DR = U/WA DR – Disparity Ratio U – Utilization Rate WA – Weighted Availability …

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Aug. 16, 2022

FY 2023 AAQoL Budget Recommendations - August Update original pdf

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FY 2023 BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS UPDATE August 16, 2022 CITY BUDGET TIMELINE Key Date Action March 31 Board & Commission recommendations due to Budget Office Department budgets due to Budget Office Presentation of Proposed Budget to City Council May 6 July 15 July 27 Community Input Session August 17 Budget Adoption October 1 Start of FY 2023 fiscal year Recommendation Status Notes #1 - AARC Ballroom Divider Funded at $200K #2 - Community Engagement & Outreach FTE for Cultural Arts Division Programs #3 – AARC Staffing Funded – One new FTE is included in the proposed budget to support outreach with creatives et al. and support of property repositioning efforts in EDD’s current portfolio TBD – Not funded #4 – Mental Health Services TBD – Not funded #5 – Immigrant Legal Services (APH) Additional funding of $250K in proposed budget #6 – Community Health Navigators TBD – Not funded On PARD’s Museums & Cultural Arts FY 2023 Under Resourced Service list; item recommended previously Estimated cost at $65,000; JIC recommendation Two issues: Administrative Assistant FTE (also requested by PARD) & current vacancies JIC recommendation (AAQoL item included along with requests from several other commissions) $250K in Budget Stabilization Reserve Fund; included in JIC recommendation FY 2023 RECOMMENDATIONS – CITY MANAGER’S PROPOSED BUDGET Recommendation Status Other – Conduct Quality of Life Studies (Management Services) Funded at $1.25M in the Budget Stabilization Reserve Fund Notes JIC recommendation Other – Community preparedness & equitable communication strategies (Mgmt. Services) Other – To keep pace with growing demand for language access program (CPIO) Other – Stormwater Improvements at the AARC Funded at $50K in Budget Stabilization Reserve Fund JIC recommended the Council address Winter Storm Task Force report items not yet addressed Funded at $67K in Budget Stabilization Reserve Fund Funded at $140K in FY 2023 capital spending; $5,561,286 total through FY 2026 Previously funded in FY 2022 capital spending; $5,180,187 total through FY 2026 OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST – CITY MANAGER’S PROPOSED BUDGET NEXT STEPS • After budget adoption, review the final budget for any funding changes or information funded items process • Communicate & work with appropriate departments on implementation of • Provide input via the JIC on improvements to the budget recommendation • ~January 2023, review unfunded needs with departments in preparation for the FY 2023-24 budget recommendation process

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Aug. 16, 2022

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July 19, 2022

AAQoL Meeting Agenda 07.19.22 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA: JULY 19th, 2022 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE COMMISSION July 19th, 2022 at 6:00 PM Austin City Hall Boards & Commissions Room 301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX Regular Commission Meeting MEETING AGENDA This meeting is being held in a hybrid format, and some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. Public comment will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Remote speakers must register in advance (July 18th by 12pm-Noon). All public comments will occur at the beginning of the meeting and public speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. To speak or attend remotely, residents must contact the Equity Office’s Commission/Neighborhood Liaison, Jeremy Garza, no later than 12pm-noon on Monday, July 18th, 2022. Please telephone call at (512) 978-1797 or email jeremy.garza@austintexas.gov. The information required is the speaker’s name, the item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address, and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). BOARD MEMBERS: District Kirk Yoshida (Chair) Commissioner District Commissioner Azra Siddiqi Kuo Yang Lily Trieu Fang Fang VACANT VACANT 9 10 Salimah Shamsuddin Meena Mutyala Mayor Hanna Huang At-Large Pramod Patil At-Large Zahra Shakur Jamal-Hassan At-Large Sarah Chen (Vice-Chair) Vincent Cobalis At-Large Pooja Sethi ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA: JULY 19th, 2022 AGENDA CALL TO ORDER The meeting is called to order by Chair Kirk Yoshida at: PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first ten speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the COMMISSION’S REGULAR MEETING on June 21 & April 19th, 2022. STAFF BRIEFINGS 2. 3. 5. Staff Presentation from the Parks & Recreation Department (PARD) on their Fiscal Year Budget w/ Ed Morris – Financial Analyst III, & Vanorda Richardson – Financial Manager III. Staff Presentation from Project Connect on Anti-Displacement Measures w/ Julie Smith: City of Austin Housing & Planning Community Engagement Specialist (Also presenting: Rachel Tepper & Ursula Henderson) DISCUSSION ITEMS 4. Welcome & introductions for Lily Trieu, newly appointed AAQoL Commissioner for District 4. Discussion of FY22-23 Budget Process, Recommendations and Endorsements – Including announcement on JIC’s Special …

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CapMetro/Project Connect Anti-Displacement Measures Presentation to AAQoL Commission - July 2022 original pdf

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Project Connect Community-Initiated Solutions Program Updates July 2022 Agenda • Project Connect Anti-Displacement Investments: Timeline, Budget & 2022 Investments • Community Initiated Solutions: Funding Priorities, Funding Term, Amount & Eligibility • Equity Framework • Application & Review Process • Outreach & Engagement • Q & A $300 Million Project Connect Anti-Displacement Investments When voters approved $7.1 Billion for Project Connect in November 2020, Proposition A included $300 million for anti- displacement work in order to: • Help prevent the displacement of people due to rising costs that may result from transit-oriented development • Create long-term impact with focus on affordable housing units and asset-building opportunities that enhance people's economic mobility and prevent displacement. 3 4 Investment Years 1 & 2: $65 Million * Remaining $1 million will be used for program administration 5 Community Initiated Solutions: 2022 Funding Priorities $20 million is available for nonprofit organizations and partnerships for the following priorities: Renter/tenant stabilization Expansion and preservation of homeownership opportunities Other anti-displacement strategies 6 Funding Term and Amount • AHFC anticipates awarding up to 15 applications for the $20,000,000 • Minimum amount: $250,000 • Organizations may apply for up to three (3) years of funding understanding that if selected, the initial contract term will be for one (1) year. Second and third years are extended based on outcomes, performance, and an updated budget. 7 Eligibility • All investments must benefit existing residents who live within one (1) mile of Project Connect station or lines in communities with vulnerable, active, and chronic displacement risk. • Applicants must be one of the following: • Nonprofit organizations: 501(c)3 or 501(c)4 non-profit organization and a registered vendor with the City of Austin; or • Partnerships: Partnerships between nonprofits and for-profits, or community-based organizations. Partners must identify a lead organization responsible for coordinating the group’s activities, including fiscal administration, reporting, quality control, and deliverable management. The lead organization must be a registered vendor with the City of Austin. 8 Anti-Displacement Maps and Dashboard The Dashboard and Maps were created to pinpoint and prioritize areas within one (1) mile of Project Connect stations and lines, with residents most vulnerable to displacement • Use the dashboard and maps to demonstrate service • footprint of your proposal and which stage of displacement You can use maps and dashboard to answer question 1; using data from dashboard may help you craft appropriate solutions that will stave off displacement in …

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CapMetro/Project Connect Anti-Displacement Measures Presentation to AAQoL Commission - July 2022 original pdf

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Project Connect Community-Initiated Solutions Program Updates July 2022 Agenda • Project Connect Anti-Displacement Investments: Timeline, Budget & 2022 Investments • Community Initiated Solutions: Funding Priorities, Funding Term, Amount & Eligibility • Equity Framework • Application & Review Process • Outreach & Engagement • Q & A $300 Million Project Connect Anti-Displacement Investments When voters approved $7.1 Billion for Project Connect in November 2020, Proposition A included $300 million for anti- displacement work in order to: • Help prevent the displacement of people due to rising costs that may result from transit-oriented development • Create long-term impact with focus on affordable housing units and asset-building opportunities that enhance people's economic mobility and prevent displacement. 3 4 Investment Years 1 & 2: $65 Million * Remaining $1 million will be used for program administration 5 Community Initiated Solutions: 2022 Funding Priorities $20 million is available for nonprofit organizations and partnerships for the following priorities: Renter/tenant stabilization Expansion and preservation of homeownership opportunities Other anti-displacement strategies 6 Funding Term and Amount • AHFC anticipates awarding up to 15 applications for the $20,000,000 • Minimum amount: $250,000 • Organizations may apply for up to three (3) years of funding understanding that if selected, the initial contract term will be for one (1) year. Second and third years are extended based on outcomes, performance, and an updated budget. 7 Eligibility • All investments must benefit existing residents who live within one (1) mile of Project Connect station or lines in communities with vulnerable, active, and chronic displacement risk. • Applicants must be one of the following: • Nonprofit organizations: 501(c)3 or 501(c)4 non-profit organization and a registered vendor with the City of Austin; or • Partnerships: Partnerships between nonprofits and for-profits, or community-based organizations. Partners must identify a lead organization responsible for coordinating the group’s activities, including fiscal administration, reporting, quality control, and deliverable management. The lead organization must be a registered vendor with the City of Austin. 8 Anti-Displacement Maps and Dashboard The Dashboard and Maps were created to pinpoint and prioritize areas within one (1) mile of Project Connect stations and lines, with residents most vulnerable to displacement • Use the dashboard and maps to demonstrate service • footprint of your proposal and which stage of displacement You can use maps and dashboard to answer question 1; using data from dashboard may help you craft appropriate solutions that will stave off displacement in …

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Community Action Network - Flyer original pdf

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HEALTH Central Health Integral Care Seton Healthcare Family St. David’s Foundation COLLABORATIVE / PHILANTHROPIC Community Justice Council Interfaith Action (iACT) One Voice Central Texas United Way Greater Austin COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT NETWORK MISSION CAN is a partnership of governmental, non-profit, private and faith-based organizations which leverage mutual resources to collectively improve social, health, educational and economic opportunities in our community. GOVERNMENT City of Austin City of Pflugerville Travis County K-12 EDUCATION Austin ISD Del Valle ISD Manor ISD TRANSPORTATION Capital Metro WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Goodwill Central Texas HIGHER EDUCATION Austin Community College Workforce Solutions— Capital Area Huston-Tillotson University St. Edward’s University University of Texas ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Asian Chamber Black Chamber Greater Austin Chamber Hispanic Chamber CAN: Promoting & Supporting the Power of Collaboration for More than 25 Years Identifying opportunities to coordinate and align services among CAN partners and other community service providers. • Supporting efforts to address community challenges through collective action. • Creating civic infrastructure for civic dialogue and civic action. • Ensuring the right stakeholders are part of assessing and addressing the challenges our community faces. Increasing understanding of emerging issues and trends and identifying proactive strategies that may be pursued. • • WWW.CANATX.ORG CAN SUPPORTS COLLABORATIVE ACTION AIMED AT EXPANDING EQUITY & OPPORTUNITY BY: DEVELOPING TOOLS TO INFORM CREATING OPPORTUNITIES TO ENGAGE MAKING STRATEGIC CONNECTIONS CAN DASHBOARD In 2021, CAN Published the 12th annual CAN community dashboard tracking 18 indicators that assess our community’s overall health/ well-being. RACE EQUITY ACTION FRAMEWORK In 2021, CAN published the Race Equity Action Framework to assess local needs and identify where more attention is needed. Click Here to View Tool Click Here to View Tool CAN COVID-19 RESPONSE CAN PODCAST CAN launched the “We CAN! ATX” web portal as a flexible tool to get critical information to the public during times of crisis in multiple languages as well as to help people engage in the crisis response. Click Here to View Tool In 2020, CAN launched “Get Engaged,” a weekly community calendar highlighting opportunities to get engaged on efforts aimed at advancing equity, opportunity and community well-being. Click Here to Listen or Sign-Up LANGUAGE ACCESS REGIONAL SUMMIT CAN has been working with its Language Access Action Team to develop resources that: organizations can use to improve services; and community members can use to access services. This includes establishment of the Central Texas Language Access Fund. In 2021, CAN hosted its 5th biennial …

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FY2023 PARD Budget Forecast Presentation to AAQoL Commission - July 2022 original pdf

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FY 20 23 P RO P O SED B UD GET Austin Parks and Recreation Department D e p a r t m e n t B u d g e t O v e r v ie w FY 2022 Totals at a Glance FY 20 22 Ap p ro v e d Bu d g e t FY 20 22 P o s it io n s FY 20 22 So u rc e s $115 Million 769.25 FTEs Tax Supported: 75% Fees/Other: 22% Gra nts /Othe r: 3% FY 2022 Budget by Program FY 2022 Budget Highlights • $660K for Operations & Maintenance Support for the operation and maintenance of new, expanded, and redeveloped parkland and facilities • $900K for expansion of child-care at recreation centers • $615K for expansion of Park Rangers Program 2 D e p a r t m e n t B u d g e t O v e r v ie w Data and Highlights PARD Full Time Employees FY22 Expenditure Budget by Category 3 D e p a r t m e n t B u d g e t O v e r v ie w FY 2023 Proposed Budget FY 20 23 P ro p o s e d Bu d g e t FY 20 23 P ro p o s e d P o s it io n s FY 20 23 So u rc e s $123 Million* 792 FTEs Tax Supported: 75%. Fees/Other: 22% Gra nts /Othe r: 3% FY 20 23 GENERAL FUND HIGHLIGHTS General Fund Budget Increase - $7.6M** Standard City-Wide Cost Drivers - $6.3 M Requested Department-Wide Cost Drivers - $0.8M • Living Wage Adjustment Increase • Other Employee Wage Adjustments • Fleet Maintenance and Fuel • City Support Services • Operations & Maintenance Support • Golf Enterprise Fund appropriation adjustment Additional Items approved by City Management - $0.5M • AARC ballroom dividers funding • Permanent lifeguard positions *Includes Enterprise Golf Fund **Estimate only. FY23 Budget is still under development, pending City Council approval. 4 FY 2023 Proposed Budget As of July 15th, PARD’s Proposed Budget contains an incremental increase of $7.6 million, including 22.75 FTEs: Standard City-Wide Cost Drivers - $6.3 M  Living Wage Adjustment Increases; $2.8M  Other Wage Adjustment Increases; $1.4M  Fleet Maintenance and Fuel; $0.7M  City Support Services; $1.4M Requested Department-Wide Cost Drivers - …

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AAQoL Approved Meeting Minutes - July 2022 original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION MEETING MINUTES: ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE COMMISSION JULY 19th, 2022 July 19th, 2022 at 6:00 PM Austin City Hall Boards & Commissions Room 301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX Regular Commission Meeting MEETING MINUTES This meeting is being held in a hybrid format, and some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. Public comment will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Remote speakers must register in advance (July 18th by 12pm-Noon). All public comments will occur at the beginning of the meeting and public speakers will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. To speak or attend remotely, residents must contact the Equity Office’s Commission/Neighborhood Liaison, Jeremy Garza, no later than 12pm-noon on Monday, July 18th, 2022. Please telephone call at (512) 978-1797 or email jeremy.garza@austintexas.gov. The information required is the speaker’s name, the item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address, and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). BOARD MEMBERS: District Commissioner District Commissioner Kirk Yoshida (Chair)+ Salimah Shamsuddin - 9 10 Meena Mutyala + Mayor Hanna Huang + At-Large Pramod Patil - Vincent Cobalis - At-Large Pooja Sethi - At-Large Zahra Shakur Jamal-Hassan + At-Large Sarah Chen (Vice-Chair) + Azra Siddiqi - Kuo Yang + Lily Trieu + Fang Fang + VACANT VACANT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION MEETING MINUTES: JULY 19th, 2022 MEETING MINUTES CALL TO ORDER The meeting is called to order by Chair Kirk Yoshida at: 6:08pm Roll Call: Present:  Kirk Yoshida  Sarah Chen  Kuo Yang  Lily Trieu  Vincent Cobalis  Fang Fang  Meena Mutyala  Hanna Huang  Zahra Shakur Jamal-Hassan  Pooja Sethi  Azra Siddiqi  Salimah Shamsuddin  Pramod Patil Absent: PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first ten speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda.  Public Communication from Carlos A Soto, a Research Analyst at the Community Advancement Network (CAN) - July 2022 APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the COMMISSION’S REGULAR MEETING on June 21 & April 19th, 2022. TABLED! ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION MEETING MINUTES: JULY 19th, 2022 …

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AAQoL June 2022 Meeting Agenda original pdf

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ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA: JUNE 21st, 2022 ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE COMMISSION June 21st, 2022 at 6:00 PM Austin City Hall Boards & Commissions Room 301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX Regular Commission Meeting AGENDA Some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. Public comment and attendance will be allowed in person or via telephone. Remote speakers must register in advance (June 20th by Noon). All public comments will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak or attend remotely, residents must: telephone call, or email the Equity Office’s or Commission/Neighborhood jeremy.garza@austintexas.gov, no later than 12pm-noon on Monday, June 20th, 2022. The information required is the speaker’s name, the item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address, and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). BOARD MEMBERS: 978-1797 Liaison, Jeremy Garza, (512) at District 9 10 Mayor At-Large At-Large At-Large At-Large Commissioner Salimah Shamsuddin Meena Mutyala Hanna Huang Pramod Patil Pooja Sethi Zahra Shakur Jamal-Hassan Sarah Cen (Vice-Chair) District Commissioner 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Kirk Yoshida (Chair) Azra Siddiqi Kuo Yang VACANT Vincent Cobalis Fang Fang VACANT VACANT CALL TO ORDER: ROLL CALL: Present: ● Absent: ● ASIAN AMERICAN QUALITY OF LIFE ADVISORY COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA: JUNE 21st, 2022 PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first 10 speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three- minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. Consider approval of minutes from the Asian American Quality of Life Advisory Commission (AAQOLAC) meetings on: b. No meeting minutes for May 2022, due to meeting cancellation/lack of quorum. 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES a. April 19, 2022 2. OLD BUSINESS a. Workgroup/Project Reports 1. Asian American Resource Center (AARC) Workgroup 2. Health and Community Engagement Workgroup 3. Arts & Culture Workgroup 4. Human Resources Workgroup 5. Business Planning Workgroup 6. Public Safety / Policing Project b. Update on the Joint Inclusion Committee meeting (Commissioner Cobalis) c. Follow-up Items: 1. Update on AARC Master Plan (Commissioner Cobalis) 2. Update on the FY 2023 Budget Recommendation Process – Final JIC Recommendations (Commissioner Yoshida) 3. Update on Commissioner Vacancies & Work Group Members (Commissioner Yoshida) 3. STAFF BRIEFING a. Staff Presentation on the Austin Police Department’s (APD) Safe Place Initiative: w/ …

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