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Oct. 22, 2019

Community Health Initiative with Youth in Del Valle and Montopolis, UT School of Public Health and Austin Public Health original pdf

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Youth-led Community Health Learning Initiative in Partnership with the Del Valle & MontopolisCommunitiesANDREW SPRINGER, DRPH& ALLISON MARSHALL, MSSW, MPHUNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH-AUSTINHISPANIC/LATINO QUALITY OF LIFE RESOURCE COMMISSION MACC, AUSTIN, TX -TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2019 Youth-led Community Health Learning InitiativeAims1.) Identify health needs and assetsto inform health planning efforts for the Del Valle and Montopolis communities.2.) Build skills and capacity of young people in implementing comm. health assessment of health issues identified by youthCore ComponentsComm. Health Indicator AnalysisYouth-led Community Health Asses.•Del Valle High School (n=19) (Spring 2019)•SAFE-Montopolis (n=12) (Summer 2019)Funder:Austin Public Health (2018-19)Community Health Advisory Committee•Austin Parks & Rec•Austin Public Health•Children’s Optimal Health•Del Valle High School•Dell Medical School•SAFE Expect Respect•Travis County HHS•UTHealthSPHMeeting place: Central Health SEHWC, Montopolis Socio-Economic Context…Del Valle & MontopolisHigh social vulnerability (lower SES, housing, transportation)Low median income:•DV: $44,153•Montopolis: $30,244High % poverty•DV: 24%•Montopolis: 35%% Employed: 95-96% (!)…Multiple AssetsSocial capital:family, friends, teachers and ‘community’ Educational: e.g., high school graduation rates; Del Valle ISD as resource & ‘center’ for communityCommunity/natural: libraries, community rec center (Mont.), comm. health centers, farmer’s markets, parks and trailsCultural:opportunities to build from and inform health promotion efforts via residents’ rich cultural backgrounds/practices. Comparison with Austin AdultsFares Better No DifferenceFares WorseHEALTH BEHAVIORSmoking*MontopolisNo Leisure PABinge DrinkingSleep < 7hrs*MontopolisHEALTH OUTCOMESObesityDiagnosed Diabetes*MontopolisPoor MentHealth DaysHEALTHSERVICESLackHealth InsuranceVisitsto Doctor Clinic Prev. Serv.(female)Selected Health Indicators (of 28 indicators)Del Valle & Montopolis vs. AustinDel Valle•Fared Worse: 17/28•No Differen.: 9/28•Fared Better: 2/28 Montopolis•Fared Worse: 11/28•No Differen.: 10/28•Fared Better: 7/28 Youth-led Comm. Health Learning InitiativeMethods•Participatory Learning & Action (PLA) (in-class)•Participatory Mapping•Data Walks•Dotmocracy(topic prioritization)•PhotoVoice! (primary method)Data Walks & DotmocracyParticipatory MappingPLA: Exploring StrengthsDel Valle •Healthy eating•Physical activity•Access to health services•Mental HealthMontopolis •ACEs•Sexual Health•Mental Health Figure 7."Healthy eating -NOT" (local convenience store). YLCHLI Youth Co-Investigators, Del Valle, Spring 2019Figure 8. "Healthy eating -NOT" (healthy eating at home)YLCHLI Youth Co-Investigators, Del Valle, Spring 2019.PhotoVoice“Health Eating –NOT”Framing Questions•Why is (health topic)a problem inyour community?•What in your community couldprevent (health topic)?•What are ways we can promote(health topic)in your community?•What are resources/strengths in yourcomm. that can help teens makehealthy choices for (health topic)?Analysis: SHOWeDmethodS -What do you SEE? What is the first thing you notice? H –What is really HAPPENING?O -How does this relate to OURlives? Make it personal.W –WHY does this condition EXIST? WHERE did this issue come from? D -What are some things we can DOabout it? Healthy Eating What are resources/strengths in your community that can help teens make healthy choices around healthy eating?A way to help them make …

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Oct. 22, 2019

Draft Minutes for Approval - Sept 24 original pdf

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Hispanic Latino Quality of Life ResourceAdvisoryCommission1 | P a g e REGULAR MEETING OF THE HISPANIC/LATINO QUALITY OF LIFE RESOURCE ADVISORY COMMISSION Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 6:30pm Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center 600 River Street Austin, Texas 78701 CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Angelica Erazo, Vice-Chair Diana Salas Amanda Afifi Zaira Garcia Maria C. Solis Jovita J. Flay Melissa Ayala Felicia Peña Ricardo Garay Draft Minutes Citizens wishing to speak on agenda and non-agenda related items must sign up at least ten minutes before the meeting is called to order. Citizens may speak on non-agenda items under the Citizens Communications section of the agenda. Citizens may speak on an agenda related item after a presentation on the item has been made. Citizens may not speak after City staff presentations. Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns. Boards and Commissions follow the same rules as City Council meetings. CALL TO ORDER: Meeting was called to order by Vice Chair Angelica Erazo at 6:35 pm. Board Members in Attendance: Vice Chair Angelica Erazo, Amanda Afifi, Zaira R. Garcia, Maria C. Solis, Melissa Ayala, Felicia Peña, Ricardo Garay, Jovita Flay, Diana Salas 1. CITIZENS COMMUNICATION: GENERAL a. Sandra De Leon – President, Rainey Street Neighborhood Association 2. MOTION TO SUSPEND ROBERT’S RULES OF ORDER a. Commissioner Afifi moved to suspend Robert’s Rules of Order. Commissioner Solis seconded. Motion passed unanimously. 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES a. Commissioner Solis moved to approve the August 27 minutes. Commissioner Flay seconded. Motion passed unanimously. 4. COMMUNITY BRIEFING a. Meredith Bossin – Waterloo Greenway project overview and new branding; request Hispanic Latino Quality of Life ResourceAdvisoryCommission2 | P a g e for ideas on program partners. 5. STAFF BRIEFING a. None. 6. OLD BUSINESS Report, discussion and possible action regarding working groups and commissioners’ assignments: a. Economic Development, Land Development, and Access to Affordable Housing work group: Vice-Chair Erazo to send land development code information to Commissioner Garcia b. Health work group: Ricardo Garay to be added to group. c. Representatives to Joint Inclusion Committee: Commissioner Solis is reviewing equity mini-grant applications d. Representatives to Commission on Seniors: Commissioner Solis, no update. e. Budget and Policy Priorities work group: No update. f. Representatives to MACC board and business: Update on MACC bond to be given in Fall. 7. NEW BUSINESS a. Discussion …

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Oct. 22, 2019

Family Independence Initiative Presentation original pdf

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Ivanna Neri| Austin Director HISTORICAL SOCIAL CAPITAL IN ACTIONChinatownSan FranciscoGreenwoodTulsaWeeksvilleBrooklynLower East SideNew YorkBarn RaisingDeKalb County, INBeryl Ford Collection/Rotary Club of Tulsa2 Why make povertytolerable when we canmake it escapable?75%move above poverty in 4 years39%don’t access federal subsidies50%fall right back under in 5 years$20,000$38,040$100,065$61,720Household Income (quintiles)BenefitsNumber of householdsMedian Household IncomeFederal Poverty Line3 Why make povertytolerable when we canmake it escapable?$20,000$38,040$100,065$61,720Household Income (quintiles)BenefitsNumber of householdsMedian Household IncomeFederal Poverty LineThe GapLack of reliable informationLimited access to affordable capitalA misplaced focused on individual achievement4 FII’s Approach: Trust and investin families$20,000$38,040$100,065$61,720Household Income (quintiles)BenefitsNumber of householdsMedian Household IncomeFederal Poverty LineUpTogether FundCapital available based on proven initiative5 How Systems See Me•Single mom•Section 8 housing resident•Food stamp consumer•Underemployed•GED graduate•580 Credit ScoreHow I See Myself•Mother of three A students•Active member of my community•Participant in a $10,000 Lending Circle•Entrepreneur paying back a small business loan•FII Scholarship recipient•780 Initiative Score6 Our ApproachWe providedirect investmentsin the hands of families so they can achieve their own well being.Direct InvestmentWe believe that society needs to recognize and match the individual and collective effort families are making through social capital.Social Capital We trust that all families can achieve their goal when they have choice and control over decisions that impact mobility.Choice and Control Receive technology stipend from FIIInput data in exchange for payment during first 6 monthsAfter 6 months, eligible to access FII capital & resources Recruit additional families to form new cohortsFamilies organize and meet in cohort groupsFII PARTNERS DIRECTLY WITH FAMILIES8 92018 UpTogether Fund UsageNumber of Overall Draws Total Fund Disbursement2,356 $1,344,498Fund Category% Total Disbursed% Total DrawsDollars DisbursedFinancial Health34%32%$463,266Housing15%12%$199,963Transportation12%12%$162,728Education12%11%$158,048Children & Family7%7%$99,326Health4%3%$57,755Entrepreneurial Activity3%3%$44,859Community1%1%$8,212Other11%18%$150,341 During two years of engagement with FII, an average family reports:$2,591Families increase their total liquid assets from $561 to nearly $3,152.27% INCREASE36%DECREASEwith aof total incomein federal assistance10$10,896,066+FII Families have exchanged an estimated $10,896,066+ in social capital through activities like watching each other’s children, cooking for one another, lending money, etc. During Two Years of Engagement with FII, an Average Family Reports:$3,200Max amount of direct capital families receive during two years in FII. $15,180Overall economic impact of families increased spending on the cash economy, government revenue, and social capital engagement over two years in FII is $15,180.11 Using technology to build trustand invest in families10,000,000+Data Points + GrowingFAMILIES JOURNALMONTHLYONLINE COMMUNITY BUILDING12Data for FamiliesData forStaff + PartnersData forOutside StakeholdersJournaling Platform Austin Initiatives13Health InitiativesBusinessesEducationLeadership goals Austin Initiatives14Book writingLending Circles/TandasBusiness coachingHome ownership Business growth Opening nonprofits Main Feed15 Groups16 Events17 Find/Be The Expert18 Journal19 Longitudinal …

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Sept. 24, 2019

Agenda original pdf

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Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 1 | Page REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE HISPANIC/LATINO QUALITY OF LIFE RESOURCE ADVISORY COMMISSION Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 6:30pm Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center 600 River Street Austin, Texas 78701 CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Angelica Erazo, Vice-Chair Diana Salas Amanda Afifi Zaira R. Garcia Maria C. Solis Jovita J. Flay Melissa Ayala Felicia Pena Ricardo Garay AGENDA Citizens wishing to speak on agenda and non-agenda related items must sign up at least ten minutes before the meeting is called to order. Citizens may speak on non-agenda items under the Citizens Communications section of the agenda. Citizens may speak on an agenda related item after a presentation on the item has been made. Citizens may not speak after City staff presentations. Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns. Boards and Commissions follow the same rules as City Council meetings. CALL TO ORDER 1. CITIZENS COMMUNICATION: GENERAL 2. MOTION TO SUSPEND ROBERT’S RULES OF ORDER 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES a. Consider Approval of August 27 meeting minutes 4. COMMUNITY BRIEFING a. Meredith Bossin, Waterloo Greenway – new brand and project overview 5. STAFF BRIEFING a. None. Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 2 | Page 6. OLD BUSINESS Report and discussion regarding working groups and commissioners’ assignments: a. Economic Development and Access to Affordable Housing in Latino Communities work group b. Health work group c. Representatives to Joint Inclusion Committee d. Representatives to Commission on Seniors e. Budget and Policy Priorities work group f. Representatives to MACC board and business 7. NEW BUSINESS a. Discussion and possible action regarding Commission Elections b. Discussion and possible action regarding potential meeting with Austin Police Department c. Discussion and possible action regarding by-law changes to Commission name to recognize the more inclusive term ‘Latinx’ d. Discussion and possible action regarding awards and recognition of long standing Latinx family-owned businesses and civic contributors ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans 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 two days (48 hours) before the meeting date. Please call Amanda Jasso at (512) 974-9107 or via email …

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Sept. 24, 2019

Draft Minutes for Approval - August 27 original pdf

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Hispanic Latino Quality of Life ResourceAdvisoryCommission1 | P a g e SPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF THE HISPANIC/LATINO QUALITY OF LIFE RESOURCE ADVISORY COMMISSION Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 6:30p Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center 600 River Street Austin, Texas 78701 CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Angelica Erazo, Vice-Chair Diana Salas Amanda Afifi Zaira Garcia Maria C. Solis Jovita J. Flay Melissa Ayala Felicia Pena Ricardo Garay Minutes Citizens wishing to speak on agenda and non-agenda related items must sign up at least ten minutes before the meeting is called to order. Citizens may speak on non-agenda items under the Citizens Communications section of the agenda. Citizens may speak on an agenda related item after a presentation on the item has been made. Citizens may not speak after City staff presentations. Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns. Boards and Commissions follow the same rules as City Council meetings. CALL TO ORDER: Meeting was called to order by Vice Chair Angelica Erazo at 6:30 pm. Board Members in Attendance: Vice Chair Carmen Llanes-Pulido, Amanda Afifi, Maria C. Solis, Rodolfo Jimenez, Cristina M. Adams, Angelica Erazo, Jovita Flay 1. CITIZENS COMMUNICATION: GENERAL a. None. 2. MOTION TO SUSPEND ROBERT’S RULES OF ORDER a. Commissioner Solis moved to suspend Robert’s Rules of Order. Commissioner Adams seconded. Motion was approved unanimously. 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES a. Commissioner Solis moved to approve the June 25 minutes. Commissioner Adams seconded. Motion passes unanimously. 4. COMMUNITY BRIEFING a. Lourdes Rodriguez – Central Health Equity Policy Council, Dell Medical School Hispanic Latino Quality of Life ResourceAdvisoryCommission2 | P a g e (Did not show) 5. STAFF BRIEFING a. Ricardo Soliz, PARD Planning Division Manager - Our Parks, Our Future Long Range Plan, Parks and Recreation. 6. OLD BUSINESS Report, discussion and possible action regarding working groups and commissioners’ assignments: a. Economic Development, Land Development, and Access to Affordable Housing in Latino Communities work group: Zaira Garcia to be added to group b. Health work group: Ricardo Garay to be added to group. c. Representatives to Joint Inclusion Committee: Commissioner Solis to be representative, with Commissioner Afifi as back-up d. Representatives to Commission on Seniors: Commissioner Solis, no update. e. Budget and Policy Priorities work group: Commissioners Afifi and Solis provided update on the Budget Work Group meeting held on August 24th, where Department …

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Aug. 27, 2019

Agenda original pdf

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Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 1 | Page REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE HISPANIC/LATINO QUALITY OF LIFE RESOURCE ADVISORY COMMISSION Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 6:30pm Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center 600 River Street Austin, Texas 78701 CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Angelica Erazo, Vice-Chair Diana Salas Amanda Afifi Zaira R. Garcia Maria C. Solis Jovita J. Flay Cristina M. Adams Melissa Ayala Felicia Pena Ricardo Garay AGENDA Citizens wishing to speak on agenda and non-agenda related items must sign up at least ten minutes before the meeting is called to order. Citizens may speak on non-agenda items under the Citizens Communications section of the agenda. Citizens may speak on an agenda related item after a presentation on the item has been made. Citizens may not speak after City staff presentations. Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns. Boards and Commissions follow the same rules as City Council meetings. CALL TO ORDER 1. CITIZENS COMMUNICATION: GENERAL 2. MOTION TO SUSPEND ROBERT’S RULES OF ORDER 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES a. Consider Approval of June 25 meeting minutes 4. COMMUNITY BRIEFING a. Lourdes Rodriguez - Central Health Equity Policy Council, Dell Medical School 5. STAFF BRIEFING a. Kim McKnight – Our Parks, Our Future Long Range Plan, Parks and Recreation Department Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 2 | Page 6. OLD BUSINESS Report and discussion regarding working groups and commissioners’ assignments: a. Economic Development and Access to Affordable Housing in Latino Communities work group b. Health work group c. Representatives to Joint Inclusion Committee d. Representatives to Commission on Seniors e. Budget and Policy Priorities work group f. Representatives to the Equity Office g. Representatives to MACC board and business 7. NEW BUSINESS a. Update, discussion, and possible action on budget status and process b. Update, discussion, and possible action regarding executive sponsorship ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans 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 two days (48 hours) before the meeting date. Please call Amanda Jasso at (512) 974-9107 or via email at Amanda.Jasso@austintexas.gov for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. …

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Aug. 27, 2019

Draft Minutes for Approval - June 25 original pdf

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Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 1 | Page REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE HISPANIC/LATINO QUALITY OF LIFE RESOURCE ADVISORY COMMISSION Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 6:30pm Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center 600 River Street Austin, Texas 78701 CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Carmen Llanes Pulido, Chair Angelica Erazo, Vice-Chair Diana Salas Amanda Afifi Zaira R. Garcia Maria C. Solis Jovita J. Flay Cristina M. Adams DRAFT MINUTES Citizens wishing to speak on agenda and non-agenda related items must sign up at least ten minutes before the meeting is called to order. Citizens may speak on non-agenda items under the Citizens Communications section of the agenda. Citizens may speak on an agenda related item after a presentation on the item has been made. Citizens may not speak after City staff presentations. Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns. Boards and Commissions follow the same rules as City Council meetings. CALL TO ORDER: Meeting was called to order by Chair Llanes Pulido at 6:39pm. Board Members in Attendance: Chair Llanes Pulido, Vice-Chair Angelica Erazo, Amanda Afifi, Maria Solis, Diana Salas, Jovita Flay, Zaira Garcia, Cristina Adams. 1. CITIZENS COMMUNICATION: GENERAL a. Sylvia Orozco – Mexic-Arte 2. MOTION TO SUSPEND ROBERT’S RULES OF ORDER a. Commissioner Flay moves to suspend Robert’s Rules of Order. Commissioner Solis seconds. Motion passes unanimously. 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES a. Commissioner Solis moves to approve March 26 minutes. Commissioner Flay seconds. Motion passes. Commissioner Garcia abstains. b. Commissioner Solis moves to approve April 23 minutes. Commissioner Flay seconds. Motion passes. Commissioner Garcia abstains. Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 2 | Page 4. COMMUNITY BRIEFING a. None 5. STAFF BRIEFING a. None 6. OLD BUSINESS Report and discussion regarding working groups and commissioners’ assignments: a. Public participation, transparency, and awareness work group – Commission requests to remove this work group due to inactivity b. Economic Development and Access to Affordable Housing in Latino Communities work group – No update c. Health work group – No update d. Representatives to Joint Inclusion Committee – Representatives are Commissioner Solis and Commissioner Flay. e. Representatives to Commission on Seniors – Commissioner Solis attends these meetings. f. Budget and Policy Priorities work group – Vice Chair Erazo to be added to work group g. Education work group – Commission requests to remove …

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Aug. 27, 2019

PARD Long Range Plan original pdf

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AUSTIN PARKS & RECREATIONLONG RANGE PLANOUR PARKSOUR FUTURE2018 - 2028OUR PARKS, OUR FUTURELONG RANGE PLANPRESENTATION TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND CITY COUNCIL A REVIEW OF THELONG RANGE PLANPROJECT BACKGROUND & SCHEDULEMAJOR PHASES OF WORKDRAFT PLAN RECOMMENDATIONS OVERVIEWAUSTIN PARKS & RECREATIONLONG RANGE PLANOUR PARKSOUR FUTURE2018 - 20282 OUR PARKS, OUR FUTURE LONG RANGE PLANPURPOSE AND GOALSVISION FOR AUSTIN'S PARK SYSTEM IN 2028PARD will reach its centennial in 2028 and the planning process should focus on engaging the community and city staff to define a new vision that is both inspirational and achievable.ASSESS STATE OF CURRENT PARK SYSTEMConduct a thorough assessment of the condition and quality of the current park system to provide a strong data-driven baseline to inform prioritization and track implementation progress over time.GUIDE FUTURE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT As Austin continues to grow and change, the Long Range Plan provide a careful analysis and guidebook for how and where to invest to ensure a stronger park system. PARK SYSTEM RECOMMENDATIONS & PRIORITIZATION Include both citywide strategies and planning area priorities to inform the Capital Improvement Plan and development of Park Master Plans. AUSTIN PARKS & RECREATIONLONG RANGE PLANOUR PARKSOUR FUTURE2018 - 20283 RELATIONSHIP TO OTHERCITYWIDE PLANSIMAGINE AUSTIN VISIONPARD LONG RANGE PLANSTRATEGIC MOBILITY PLANSTRATEGIC HOUSING BLUEPRINTINTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE PLAN+ OTHER CITYWIDE & AREA PLANSAustin is: Livable / Natural and Sustainable Prosperous / Mobile and Interconnected Values and Respects its People Creative / Educated4 LONG RANGE PLANSCHEDULEAUSTIN PARKS & RECREATIONLONG RANGE PLANOUR PARKSOUR FUTURE2018 - 2028BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, & CITY COUNCIL REVIEWWE ARE HERE5 SOURCE: AUSTIN PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT FY18 ANNUAL REPORT AND STRATEGIC PLAN 2017-2021; *FROM AUSTIN AREA POPULATION HISTORIES AND FORECASTSA LOOK AT THE PARK SYSTEMTODAY 40POOLSFT EMPLOYEESACRES OF PARKLANDPROJECTED POPULATIONIN 2030*100-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF PARD (2028) PARKS300+227TRAIL MILES 26RECREATION/SENIOR GARDENSGOLF COURSES6147PLAYGROUNDS20REC CENTERS11OFF-LEASH DOG AREAS10STAGES/AMPHITHEATERS124TENNIS COURTS15+PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPSMUSEUMS, ARTS & CULTURAL CENTERS100JUST SOME OF THE FACILITIESHISTORIC BUILDINGSCEMETERIES MIXED-USEFIELDSVOLLEYBALLCOURTS245134778700+1.143MPARD19,000+PT & SEASONAL1,000+POPULATIONIN 2018*967KKEY METRICSAUSTIN PARKS & RECREATIONLONG RANGE PLANOUR PARKSOUR FUTURE2018 - 20286 REACHING OUT &ENGAGING THE PUBLICOPEN HOUSES400+ PARTICIPANTSPOP-UP EVENTS 21 EVENTS ATTENDED 297+ VISITORS ENGAGEDSURVEYS, WEBSITE & SOCIAL MEDIA 925 STATISTICALLY VALID SURVEY RESPONSES 4,400+ COMMUNITY SURVEY RESPONSES 9,000+ COMMUNITY SURVEY COMMENTS VISIT AUSTINFUTUREPARKS.ORG/SURVEYTEXT “SURVEY” TO (512) 580-8850ENGAGING KIDS THROUGH ARTPop-Up Locations (Series 1 & 2)Open House Series #3Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex11Zilker Botanical Garden12Open House Series #1George Washington Carver Museum1Northwest Recreation Center2Gustavo “Gus” L. Garcia Recreation Center3Dittmar Recreation Center4Fiesta Gardens Building5Open House Series #2South Austin Senior Activity Center6Anderson Mill Limited District Community Center7Circle …

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June 25, 2019

Agenda original pdf

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Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 1 | Page REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE HISPANIC/LATINO QUALITY OF LIFE RESOURCE ADVISORY COMMISSION Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 6:30pm Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center 600 River Street Austin, Texas 78701 CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Carmen Llanes Pulido, Chair Angelica Erazo, Vice-Chair Isabel López-Aguilar Diana Salas Amanda Afifi Zaira R. Garcia Maria C. Solis Jovita J. Flay Cristina M. Adams AGENDA Citizens wishing to speak on agenda and non-agenda related items must sign up at least ten minutes before the meeting is called to order. Citizens may speak on non-agenda items under the Citizens Communications section of the agenda. Citizens may speak on an agenda related item after a presentation on the item has been made. Citizens may not speak after City staff presentations. Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns. Boards and Commissions follow the same rules as City Council meetings. CALL TO ORDER 1. CITIZENS COMMUNICATION: GENERAL 2. MOTION TO SUSPEND ROBERT’S RULES OF ORDER 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES a. Consider Approval of March 26 and April 23 meeting minutes 4. COMMUNITY BRIEFING a. None 5. STAFF BRIEFING a. None Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 2 | Page 6. OLD BUSINESS Report and discussion regarding working groups and commissioners’ assignments: a. Public participation, transparency, and awareness work group b. Economic Development and Access to Affordable Housing in Latino Communities work group c. Health work group d. Representatives to Joint Inclusion Committee e. Representatives to Commission on Seniors f. Budget and Policy Priorities work group g. Education work group h. Representatives to MACC board i. Representatives to the Equity Office j. Representatives to the Artist Access Program 7. NEW BUSINESS a. Update, discussion, and possible action on special called meeting to address discrimination and profiling within Austin Police Department b. Discussion and possible action regarding the Riverside Mixed-Use Project c. Discussion and possible action on lighting for recreational centers and parks d. Discussion and possible action on land development code memo e. Discussion and possible action on future staff and community briefings ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans 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 …

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June 25, 2019

Approved Minutes original pdf

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Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 1 | Page REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE HISPANIC/LATINO QUALITY OF LIFE RESOURCE ADVISORY COMMISSION Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 6:30pm Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center 600 River Street Austin, Texas 78701 CURRENT BOARD MEMBERS: Carmen Llanes Pulido, Chair Angelica Erazo, Vice-Chair Diana Salas Amanda Afifi Zaira R. Garcia Maria C. Solis Jovita J. Flay Cristina M. Adams DRAFT MINUTES Citizens wishing to speak on agenda and non-agenda related items must sign up at least ten minutes before the meeting is called to order. Citizens may speak on non-agenda items under the Citizens Communications section of the agenda. Citizens may speak on an agenda related item after a presentation on the item has been made. Citizens may not speak after City staff presentations. Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns. Boards and Commissions follow the same rules as City Council meetings. CALL TO ORDER: Meeting was called to order by Chair Llanes Pulido at 6:39pm. Board Members in Attendance: Chair Llanes Pulido, Vice-Chair Angelica Erazo, Amanda Afifi, Maria Solis, Diana Salas, Jovita Flay, Zaira Garcia, Cristina Adams. 1. CITIZENS COMMUNICATION: GENERAL a. Sylvia Orozco – Mexic-Arte 2. MOTION TO SUSPEND ROBERT’S RULES OF ORDER a. Commissioner Flay moves to suspend Robert’s Rules of Order. Commissioner Solis seconds. Motion passes unanimously. 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES a. Commissioner Solis moves to approve March 26 minutes. Commissioner Flay seconds. Motion passes. Commissioner Garcia abstains. b. Commissioner Solis moves to approve April 23 minutes. Commissioner Flay seconds. Motion passes. Commissioner Garcia abstains. Hispanic Latino Quality of Life Resource Advisory Commission 2 | Page 4. COMMUNITY BRIEFING a. None 5. STAFF BRIEFING a. None 6. OLD BUSINESS Report and discussion regarding working groups and commissioners’ assignments: a. Public participation, transparency, and awareness work group – Commission requests to remove this work group due to inactivity b. Economic Development and Access to Affordable Housing in Latino Communities work group – No update c. Health work group – No update d. Representatives to Joint Inclusion Committee – Representatives are Commissioner Solis and Commissioner Flay. e. Representatives to Commission on Seniors – Commissioner Solis attends these meetings. f. Budget and Policy Priorities work group – Vice Chair Erazo to be added to work group g. Education work group – Commission requests to remove …

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