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7 Pillars of Envision Eugene: (1)Provide ample economic opportunities for all community members; (2)Provide affordable housing at all income levels; (3)Plan for climate change and energy uncertainty; (4)Promote compact urban development and efficient transportation options; (5)Protect, repair, and enhance neighborhood livability; (6)Protect, restore, and enhance natural resources; (7)Provide for adaptable, flexible, and collaborative implementation.   99k v. 1 May 1, 2016, 10:08 AM SWN Eugene
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The "South Willamette Street Initiative: A Community-Based Proposal for Addressing the Future of the South Willamette Street Mixed-Use Area" and the motion made by Councilors George Brown and Mike Clark, passed with a 7-1 vote, at the October 10, 2016, Eugene City Council Work Session.  690k v. 1 Oct 18, 2016, 3:47 PM SWN Eugene
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"Community-based Planning" presentation by Paul Conte (January 13, 2016)   Apr 30, 2016, 3:49 PM SWN Eugene
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Members of the Crest Drive Citizens Association prepared a “refinement plan” in 1977/1978 addressing land use in its zone in compliance with the City of Eugene’s 1990 Plan, but the plan was not accepted by the city’s staff.  9193k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 2:00 PM SWN Eugene
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During the summer and fall of 2009, the City of Eugene organized a survey of neighborhood association. Responses to the survey totaled 132, “about 2.15 of the neighborhood’s total population.” From this small response, the city concluded that “overall, Crest Drive results show that respondents have mixed views of the quality of life in the Crest Drive neighborhood. When asked about what they would like to improve in Crest Drive, biking and walking and bus service were the most frequent responses, followed by connection to people in my neighborhood.”  499k v. 3 Apr 30, 2016, 2:19 PM SWN Eugene
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"Demystifying Refinement Plans" presentation by Paul Conte (April 19, 2016)  Apr 30, 2016, 3:40 PM SWN Eugene
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Envision Eugene [October 10, 2015 DRAFT]  8034k v. 3 Apr 30, 2016, 2:18 PM SWN Eugene
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The "Eugene Modernism 1935-1965" context statement was researched and prepared by Sally Wright and David Pinyerd of Historic Preservation Northwest, a local historic preservation consulting firm, in conjunction with the City of Eugene Planning and Development Department staff. The Context presents an overview of Eugene’s history during the Modern Period and is intended to provide a broad understanding of the community’s growth and development. The document also identifies the type and likely location of the resources associated with this period of history. The "Eugene Modernism 1935-1965" context statement is the culmination of a 14 month collaboration between Historic Preservation Northwest, the staff of the Eugene Planning and Development Department, and members of the public.  9126k v. 1 May 2, 2016, 9:29 AM SWN Eugene
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Analysis of the Multifamily Housing Deficit (1600 units) claimed by the City of Eugene, based on data collected by Lloyd Helikson.  266k v. 1 Oct 18, 2016, 2:14 PM SWN Eugene
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South Willamette Rezoning Impact Study, for Friends of Eugene, by Fodor & Associates (October 22, 2015)  1481k v. 1 May 1, 2016, 10:02 AM SWN Eugene
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The Lake Oswego, Oregon, Neighborhood Planning Kit, published in 2014. This is the most current version of a valuable guide to neighborhood planning, written for citizens' use in collaborative planning efforts.  2042k v. 1 Apr 28, 2017, 2:07 PM SWN Eugene
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Lake Oswego (Oregon)'s description of neighborhood planning options, covering small to large planning projects.  95k v. 1 Apr 28, 2017, 2:09 PM SWN Eugene
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Eugene Metro Plan covering SW-SAZ - Proposed densities and how they will be achieved  615k v. 1 May 6, 2016, 11:29 AM SWN Eugene
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City Council of Eugene: Motion by Councilor Greg Evans (November 9, 2015)  334k v. 1 Apr 30, 2016, 8:01 PM SWN Eugene
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City Council of Eugene, Motion by Councilor Mike Clark (October 21, 2015)  332k v. 1 Apr 30, 2016, 7:58 PM SWN Eugene
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City of Eugene MUPTE Program (Ordinance 20556 [adopted July 13, 2015]   873k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 2:02 PM SWN Eugene
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MUPTE Program Guide [November 2015]  1419k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 1:58 PM SWN Eugene
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Model Charter for Eugene Neighborhood Organizations with guidelines (in italics) - Adopted by City Council on January 26, 1983 (Resolution #3745)  190k v. 3 Apr 30, 2016, 2:12 PM SWN Eugene
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Eugene Neighborhood Organization Recognition Policy with guidelines (in italics) - Approved by Resolution No. 3746 of the Eugene City Council on the 26th day of January, 1983  163k v. 3 Apr 30, 2016, 2:12 PM SWN Eugene
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By law, citizen involvement is mandated by the State of Oregon in "Oregon's Statewide Planning Goals & Guidelines / Goal 1: Citizen Involvement OAR 660-015-000(1)  12k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 1:59 PM SWN Eugene
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Oregon Consensus Assessment Report - South Willamette Special Area Zone  686k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 2:10 PM SWN Eugene
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Eugene Planning document. This is where the numbers of 60 new units if no MUPTE and 250 units if MUPTE (in mixed use) come from. The table on the last page is where the prototype housing developments are listed, including the 4,000 square foot narrow house costing over $700,000.  May 1, 2016, 10:05 AM SWN Eugene
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A quick guide to the function and purposes of a "refinement plan" in an easy-to-follow Q&A format.  566k v. 1 Oct 18, 2016, 2:27 PM SWN Eugene
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South Willamette Concept Plan  3834k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 3:10 PM SWN Eugene
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South Willamette Street Initiative [prepared by George Brown and Mike Clark], April 25, 2016  244k v. 3 Apr 30, 2016, 2:12 PM SWN Eugene
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South Willamette Subarea Study (January 1988): “During the Winter and Spring of 1986 the community debated the issue of whether or not to convert Willamette Street between 11th and 20th to two-way traffic. Reasons cited to support the proposed conversion included the need to restore Willamette as the main street of Eugene; the need to provide a formal entrance and approved access into downtown; that commercial activities along Willamette would improve with two-way traffic; and that an entry to downtown along Willamette would improve the identity of downtown.”  246k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 1:58 PM SWN Eugene
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S-SW Design Code (SW-SAZ)  6979k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 2:10 PM SWN Eugene
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South Willamette Neighbors position on SW-SAZ, endorsed by unanimous vote of the members on December 1, 2015; updated February 18, 2016   345k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 4:22 PM SWN Eugene
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SWN Survey Report: 211 surveys completed over six weeks - 96.7% opposing passage of SW-SAZ  308k v. 1 Apr 30, 2016, 9:02 PM SWN Eugene
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Council of South Eugene Neighborhoods (CSEN) Letter to Eugene City Council (January 15, 2016)  324k v. 2 May 1, 2016, 10:54 PM SWN Eugene
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SWN Letter supporting Mayor Kitty Piercy's decision announced in the Register-Guard to put an end to SW-SAZ (April 26, 2016)  139k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 3:25 PM SWN Eugene
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SWN Letter supporting the South Willamette Street Initiative, presented by City of Eugene Councilors George Brown and Mike Clark (April 28, 2016)  139k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 3:25 PM SWN Eugene
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SWN Letter supporting the MMA understanding prepared by Zack Mittge of Hutchinson Cox (April 8, 2016)  35k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 3:24 PM SWN Eugene
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SWN Letter responding to Oregon Consensus Assessment Report (April 5, 2016)  231k v. 3 Apr 30, 2016, 3:48 PM SWN Eugene
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Letter from Zack Mittge of Hutchinson Cox regarding Multi-Modal Mixed Use Area (MMA) designation in SW-SAZ (April 1, 2016)   866k v. 2 Apr 30, 2016, 3:18 PM SWN Eugene