University Community Urban Center
Approval and Adoption Matrix
II. Specific Activities for Implementation
The activities listed in this section are not directly associated with a Key Strategy. For each activity, the City has identified next steps as a part of the City's work program in response to the neighborhood plan. Many of the next steps are actions to be taken by the City, but in some cases, the neighborhood or other agency will be able to take the next steps. As with the activities listed for each Key Strategy in Section I, these activities are intended to be implemented over the span of many years.
H. Community Coordination, Communication, and Participation in Decision Making for Plan Implementation and Redevelopment Activities
|Time Frame||Cost Estimate||Implementor||Executive Response||Executive Recommended Action||Council Action Taken|
|H1||Empower a coalition of established groups within the urban center to determine how continuation of neighborhood planning, participation in related public decisions, and implementation of approved activities can be monitored including the need for staffing and technical assistance. Funded by the City.||High||Funding will be necessary for communications and expenses: approx. $10K- $20K/ yr.||Community, individuals and organizations. City funding.||Neighborhood plan implementation will be housed in DON. DON will have staff for neighborhood plan implementation, as well as continuing the ongoing role of providing staff assistance to neighborhood groups. There is no proposed budget to fund a University Community Coalition beyond these staff funds.||Recommendation will be implemented.||C2
Approve Exec.'s Rec. Action with following addition: Consider in the context of an overall city strategy for supporting stewardship of plans.
|H3||Create a liaison task force of UCUCA Planning Committee members or its successor organization to advise and assist the UW in interpreting the Urban Center Plan as necessary to expedite the UW Master Plan process. This task force would work with campus planners and advisors during the formulation of plan alternatives but would not participate in the formal CUCAC review of the plan.||Prior to UW master plan||Staff time for the City.||UW, Community.||DON will coordinate the citizen outreach for the UW Master Plan planning effort following the 1998 City- University agreement and welcomes participation from UCUCA or its successor organization.||Recommendation is a community- based activity.||C4
Approve Exec.'s Rec. Action.
Council Actions: References C1-C5 are to categories identified in Resolution 29716 pertaining to City Council review of proposed neighborhood plans. C1 = City has implemented; C2 = City can implement within existing resources, C3 = City will consider when adopting the budget and/or Capital Improvement Program; C4 = City will consider at future time (due to need to coordinate with citywide issues or other neighborhood plans, evaluate policy or regulatory changes, identify fund sources, etc.); C5 = City will not implement (for reasons stated).