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فيلم: شناخت تعالی طرح کامپ: ۲۰۴۰ را تصور کنید

Title:شناخت تعالی طرح کامپ: ۲۰۴۰ را تصور کنید ملیسا زورنیتا، AICP، مدیر اجرایی کمیسیون برنامه‌ریزی شهرستان کانتی هیلزبورو، با آنا رید، AICP از APA در مورد برنامه‌های جامع «تصور کنید ۲۰۴۰» برای سه شهر فلوریدا: تامپا، تراس معبد، و پلنت سیتی صحبت می‌کند. زورنیتا در مورد راه‌هایی صحبت می‌کند که حوزه‌های قضایی مختلف برای دستیابی […]

Title:شناخت تعالی طرح کامپ: ۲۰۴۰ را تصور کنید

ملیسا زورنیتا، AICP، مدیر اجرایی کمیسیون برنامه‌ریزی شهرستان کانتی هیلزبورو، با آنا رید، AICP از APA در مورد برنامه‌های جامع «تصور کنید ۲۰۴۰» برای سه شهر فلوریدا: تامپا، تراس معبد، و پلنت سیتی صحبت می‌کند. زورنیتا در مورد راه‌هایی صحبت می‌کند که حوزه‌های قضایی مختلف برای دستیابی به چشم‌اندازی جامع برای منطقه گرد هم آمدند. این طرح ها به عنوان بخشی از استانداردهای طرح جامع APA برای پایلوت برنامه شناسایی مکان ها به رسمیت شناخته شدند. در مورد این طرح های جامع و سایر برنامه های شناخته شده توسط این برنامه بیشتر بیاموزید: عکس ها با حسن نیت ارائه شده توسط کمیسیون برنامه ریزی شهر-بخش شهرستان هیلزبورو:

قسمتي از متن فيلم: Hi I’m Anna Reed I’m missing your program development a research associate with APA and I’m here with Melissa’s our Nita the executive director of the Hillsborough County City County Planning Commission thanks for joining me Melissa thank you so you had three plans recognized through the Comprehensive Plan standards recognition program pilot

Tampa and Plant City received Silver level recognition and then Temple Terrace was our only gold level recognized plan in the pilot program so I wanted to talk to you a little bit more excited so I wanted to talk to you a little bit more about the imagine 2040

Planning effort and how you undertook a coordinated effort for those three plans so if you could start by providing a little bit of context about Hillsboro County and the jurisdictions within the county sure Hillsborough County is as you said where Tampa Temple Terrace and Plant City are all located it’s a population

Of about 1.3 million in total for the whole county city of Tampa makes up about 350,000 of that plant city is about 35,000 and Temple Terrace is our smallest jurisdiction at about 25,000 and it’s anticipated that the whole county will grow by 600,000 people by 2040 and need approximately 500,000 jobs

So we embarked upon an effort called imagine 2040 to update all four of the comprehensive plans as well as the MTO’s long-range transportation plan at the same time with the same set of data and we utilized a coordinated outreach process to get input on scenario planning for all four local governments

And we have a huge advantage in doing that because we the Hillsborough County City County Planning Commission is a consolidated Planning Organization for all four local government and by state law Florida has mandated comprehensive planning and we have a state law calling for for our organization to do that function so that

Allowed us to really do that more coordinated effort take the bigger picture look at how his growth and development gonna happen between now and twenty forty what kind of infrastructure are we going to need and ultimately how are we going to pay for that so through that process you arrived at a unified

Vision for the jurisdictions can you talk a little bit about that and how you create a division for jurisdictions that balance sort of very individual priorities and challenges but also a unified vision for all four of them yeah this is the first time that we had had a consolidated vision map

Prior to this each of the comprehensive plans had their own vision and so this was the first time we weave them all together and it really it did take a lot of coordination with each of the local governments individually but they were fortunate in the timing because coming

Out of the recession there’s been a lot of coordinated efforts in the region to come together on common issues and so we sort of fit very nicely into that and so each of the so the elected officials kind of had that spirit of more cooperation than perhaps they’d had in

The past and that really helped and particularly the cities see how they each play a distinct role in the region so Tampa’s clearly the employment center and the hub of the tamp the whole Tampa Bay region Plant City is more of a growing used to be an agricultural

Community suburban wanting to be him its have its own identity its own employment center and and Temple Terrace really is serving the University of South Florida community there there’s a lot of professors live there and it’s is been a quieter bedroom community that also is trying to reach its

Identity and so they each sort of saw how they could fit in and accommodate their portion of the growth that we were anticipating and then you also coordinated with the long-range transportation planning process which is a very prescribed process so if you can talk a little bit more about how you

Integrated those two processes absolutely so we started out in 2013 with our first phase of imagine 2040 outreach which was looking at scenarios one that would continue sort of the trend of suburban growth one that would focus all of our development in our already urbanized area focusing on transit oriented development and

Redevelopment and then one that looked at development along our major interstate corridors and then each of those had corresponding transportation improvements that go along with those land use scenarios ultimately what we arrived at was sort of a hybrid mix of all three of those and with a heavy

Focus on the bustling metro scenario that was the highest rated which think was the Tod and infill focus and so then we went through a second phase of outreach that focused on prioritizing infrastructure improvements and really met a lot of those prescribed for the MPO rules about what they needed to meet

In terms of performance measures and things like that for the long-range transportation plan and got got great input through both phases we had over 6,000 people participate which is by far the most we’ve ever had in a planning process participate and so that input really helped shape then what their

Infrastructure and transportation plan looked like so going back to the participation obviously as we said 6,000 people as a lot what strategies did you use very engagement the process yeah we utilized an online platform to do both phases and that really worked well we did some interests

And we tried a number of different techniques in the first phase we had kiosks that we took around to different places like the mall we found out the mall wasn’t a place where people wanted to stop and take a planning survey but it like the tax collector where they

Were waiting in line was a place where they we had a captive audience we did a lot of presentations out to different community groups in the second phase we had we didn’t utilize the kiosk but instead we used a text pole option and in addition to the web-based and we went

To utilize that with the community group so they could while we were doing the presentation weigh in on the different options we also did something that I thought was pretty cool we in it we joined up with the local Home Show and had an exhibit there and it just had so

Happened that it coincided Labor Day weekend was the last weekend of our outreach and so we reached a lot of people who would not normally have participated in a planning process because we were sort of at a a unique and different venue and so obviously with the coordinated planning process

All three planes scored really well in the responsible of regionalism principal can you talk a little bit about how you balance those unique roles within the region in the individual comprehensive plans yeah we have a lot of coordinated meetings with all four local governments together particularly on things like how

We were going to allocate the population and job projections because everybody wants their piece of the growth and nobody wants to say that they’re they’re giving less than their fair share so to speak and so we met with all four together quite often we spent a lot of

Time with each of the local governments and beyond just their zoning and administration’s that also works perks departments every department and that I think helped a lot in getting them to see that collective vision at the same time that we were doing this effort there was an effort to discuss

Having a referendum for transportation and so there was a lot of coming together on a common idea about what we wanted for growth development and ultimately transportation and paying for it and I guess finally why did you decide to pursue the Comprehensive Plan standards recognition for your plan well

As the long-range planning organization were there’s not a lot of opportunities to showcase your comprehensive plans that’s not something that there are other entities recognizing and you know APA is something I’ve been involved in and a number of our staff have and one of them happened to be at a national

Planning conference and saw a presentation that you all did on this program and it just was a natural fit for us to see how we ranked in comparison to other communities nationwide really adds a lot of credibility to what we do well thanks so much for chatting this afternoon thank you

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Date: 2017-10-16 20:43:46
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