Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee - July 10, 2024

Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee Regular Meeting of the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee

Agenda original pdf

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REGULAR CALLED MEETING of the COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE July 10th, 2024 at 4:00pm PERMITTING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, ROOM 2103 6310 WILHELMINA DELCO DR. AUSTIN, TEXAS Some members of the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee may be participating by videoconference. Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, call or email Christopher Crain, 512-974-8041, christopher.crain@austintexas.gov. ZONING AND PLATTING COMMISSION CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS/COMMISSIONERS: PLANNING COMMISSION Grayson Cox, Vice Chair Adam Haynes Alberta Phillips Ryan Johnson Hank Smith, Chair David Fouts Carrie Thompson AGENDA CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE REGULAR CALLED MEETING on April 10, 2024. STAFF BRIEFINGS 2. 3. 4. Staff briefing regarding Equity Based Preservation Plan by Cara Bertron, Planning Department. Staff briefing regarding progress of the Imagine Austin update by Evelyn Mitchell and Christopher Crain, Planning Department. DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS Discussion and possible action to approve the FY23-24 Annual Review and Report of the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days (48 hours) before the meeting date. Please call Christopher Crain at the Planning Department, at 512-974-8041, for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee, please contact Christopher Crain at 512-974-8041.

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item #3- Imagine Austin update original pdf

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Imagine Austin Update: Progress Report Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee Wednesday, July 10, 2024 Meeting Outline Project Timeline Project Kickstart Phase Findings Work from June – Sept. 24’ Next Steps Imagine Austin Update – Timeline 4 Q 3 2 ‘ 1 Q 4 2 ‘ 2 Q 4 2 ‘ 3 Q 4 2 ‘ 4 Q 4 2 ‘ 1 Q 5 2 ‘ 2 Q 5 2 ‘ 3 Q 5 2 ‘ 4 Q 5 2 ‘ 6 2 ‘ 7 2 ‘ 8 2 ‘ Project Kickstart SEP - MAY Data evaluation; City staff pre-engagement; Framework development; Contracting JUNE – SEPT OCT - DEC JAN – MAY AUG – DEC ‘26 – IMPLEMENTATION Community Engagement Budgeting / IA integration Implementation Plan Update Draft Data ongoing; Active dev. with public input NOV - MAY Ongoing coordination Today Project Kickstart Phase Findings 1 2 3 4 5 Incorporate equity, resilience, sustainability and access to opportunity as key themes throughout the update process Reorganize the plan to ensure it is usable, clear and concise Priority Programs will provide the structure for the reorganization of goals, policies and actions Provide a clear, sequential connection between goals, policies and actions Create a separate, but attached, land- use element, including the Growth Concept Map and Future Places Map Phase 1 Scope of Work: June – September ‘24 Topic Deliverables Engagement & Comms Project Launch: Press Release and SpeakUp Page Engagement & Comms Engagement Events - Tabling - Presenting at COA established community meetings Engagement & Comms IA Community Working Groups *Duration (October ‘24 – May ‘25) Finalizing working group structure Outreach and Comms launch Review applications Select applicants Notify applicants Engagement & Comms Comp Plan Team Kick-off and continued recruitment of Boards & Commissions representatives Received Equity, Resilience, and Sustainability Assessments. - Internal discussing findings and will update ACM Briseño soon. Comp Plan Team Planning for consultant support Comp Plan Team Continued collaboration with Priority Program Champions June – September ‘24 Comp Plan Team Updating plan (e.g., finalizing outline revising history section, maps/key facts and trends) Date Complete/ In progress Thursday, June 13 In Progress: June – December ‘24 Tentative Dates Applications open: - July 15 Applications close: - August 16 Application Review: - August 17 – September 11 Notify Applicants: - September 14 Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing Questions? Contact: Christopher Crain Planning Department Planner Senior Christopher.Crain@austintexas.gov Evelyn Mitchell Planning Department Principal Planner …

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item 1- draft minutes original pdf

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COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE REGULAR CALLED MEETING DRAFT MINUTES 10, April, 2024 The Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee convened in a REGULAR CALLED meeting on 10, April, 2024, at 6310 Wilhelmina Delco Dr, Room 2103, in Austin, Texas. Chair Smith called the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee Meeting to order at 4:00 p.m. Board Members/Commissioners in Attendance: Hank Smith, Adam Haynes Board Members/Commissioners in Attendance Remotely: Grayson Cox, Ryan Johnson, Alberta Phillips, Carrie Thompson PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL There were no speakers signed up to speak APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of the COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE REGULAR CALLED MEETING on 21, February 2024. The minutes from the meeting of 02/21/2024 were approved on Carrie Thompson motion, Alberta Phillips second on a unanimous vote. (Commissioners Cox and Fouts were absent) STAFF BRIEFING 2. Staff briefing regarding ETOD amendments to Imagine Austin. Presentation by Christopher Crain, Planner Senior with the Planning Department, to provide a status update on the ETOD Policy Plan map and typologies. DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS 1 Discussion and action to approve transmission of CIP Memo from the Comprehensive Plan Joint Committee to the Planning Commission. The transmission of the memo of recommendations to the City Manager allows the Planning Commission to meet its Charter requirement to submit a list of capital improvements to the City Manager that implement the City’s Comprehensive Plan, Imagine Austin. Presentation by Evelyn Mitchell, Principal Planner, and Christopher Crain, Planner Senior with Planning Department, on the CIP Memo. The motion to approve the transmission of the CIP Memo to Planning Commission was approved on Commissioner Cox’s motion, Commissioner Thompson second on a unanimous vote, with recommendations to include additional language related to Water Ruse, Water Conservation, Data Infrastructure, and Home Ownership. (Commissioner Fouts was absent) Conduct officer elections for the Chair and Vice Chair. (include any other officers) On Commissioner Cox’s nomination, Commissioner Phillips’ second, Commissioner Haynes was unanimously elected to serve as Chair. On Commissioner Smiths’ motion, Commissioner Haynes’ second, Commissioner Thompson was unanimously elected to serve as Vice Chair. Chair Hank Smith adjourned the meeting at 4:39 p.m. without objection. 3. 4. 2

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Item 2- Equity Pres Plan Presentation original pdf

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COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JOINT COMMITTEE | JULY 10, 2024 Austin History Center (C05767, PICA 24201, PICA 29995); Chen Chen Wu; City of Austin Why This Matters Changing city POP. Changing preservation field Existing preservation plan adopted Images: Pixels, City of Austin, Austin History Center (PICA 36924), City of San Antonio Planning Process Historic Landmark Commission Michelle Benavides Ursula A. Carter Linda Y. Jackson Brenda Malik Emily Payne Gilbert Rivera 1 Brita Wallace* 1 Justin Bragiel 2 Mary Jo Galindo* Meghan King* Alyson McGee 1 Rocio Peña-Martinez* JuanRaymon Rubio 2 Bob Ward 1 Noel Bridges Jerry Garcia 1 Jolene Kiolbassa 1 Debra Murphy 2 Misael Ramos* Maria Solis* 1 Caroline Wright 1 *Drafting Committee member 1 Phase 1 only 2 Phase 2 only Julia Brookins* Ben Goudy 2 Kevin Koch Robin Orlowski 2 Mary Reed* 1 Erin Waelder Amalia Carmona 2 Hanna Huang* 1 Kelechi Madubuko Leslie Ornelas 1 Lori Renteria 1 Planning Process 2021-22 Draft plan developed by Preservation Plan Working Group Fall 2022 Draft plan presented to Historic Landmark Commission • Preservation Plan Committee • Community survey • Focus groups • Technical Advisory Group • ULI Technical Assistance Panel CREATE WITH INPUT RAISE AWARENESS GET FEEDBACK ON DRAFT PLAN Spring 2024 Intensive outreach & engagement Equity-Based Preservation Plan VISION, GOALS, AND THEMES Neal Douglass, Oct. 1949, ND-49-346-02, Austin History Center, Austin Public Library. Plan Vision Historic preservation in Austin actively engages communities in protecting and sharing important places and stories. Preservation uses the past to create a shared sense of belonging and to shape an equitable, inclusive, sustainable, and economically vital future for all.​ Joe’s Bakery, anonymous, Amy Moreland/ Austin’s Atlas Plan Goals 1. Tell Austin’s full history 9. Proactively identify important places 2. Recognize cultural heritage 10. Follow good designation practices 3. Preserve archaeological resources 11. Support stewardship of community 4. Stabilize communities assets 5. Support environmental sustainability 12. Be strategic with review 6. Engage communities equitably 13. Protect historic resources 7. Support people doing the work 14. Implement the plan collaboratively 8. Engage new partners What We Preserve Parade and mural unveiling (The Austin Chronicle), San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation Think broadly. • Recognize Austin’s rich and complex history through active listening, inclusive research, and interpretation • Better recognize and protect legacy businesses, murals, and archaeological resources • Use preservation tools to support community stabilization and environmental sustainability Who Preserves Invite and support. • Help people access …

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