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Title Plan Advisory Group Kickoff Meeting

December 5, . 2018. Agenda. Welcome . Back!. Update on Public Engagement. What We’ve Learned So Far. Framework for PAG Work and Discussions. What We Need to Learn: Table Exercises. Next Steps, Final Engagement Push, & Adjourn.

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Title Plan Advisory Group Kickoff Meeting






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Title

Plan Advisory Group Kickoff Meeting

December 5,

2018

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Agenda

Welcome

Back!

Update on Public Engagement

What We’ve Learned So Far

Framework for PAG Work and Discussions

What We Need to Learn: Table Exercises

Next Steps, Final Engagement Push, & Adjourn

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Project Timeline

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Update on Public Engagement

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What’s Next Davidson? Public Engagement

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What We’ve

Heard

Initial messages from stakeholder groups and public engagement

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Policy Direction

Documented, compiled, synthesized, and shared

Along with Snapshot Report, community-expressed priorities will serve as the foundation for policy direction

How feedback is used

Public Engagement, Plan Advisory Group

Information Basis:

Snapshot Report

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What We’ve Heard

Source:

Online and

In-Person Surveys Completed as of 11/26/2018 | n=220

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“Hard

for low/middle class families to

live here now.”

What People Are Saying

“Davidson's diversity and welcoming spirit feel like they are

declining.”

“Continue

to focus on walkability.”

“I think

downtown

can be preserved but still grow!”

“Increased traffic has had a negative impact on walkability and

bikability

. I don't consider it safe for my kids to ride their bikes into

downtown.”

“Need more residential options downtown.”

“Too many trees have been cut for development

!”

“Davidson is rapidly losing farm land / open land.”

“Keep

a reasonable balance between rural open space and sensible development.”

“People that work in Davidson cannot afford to live here

.”

“There is not enough commercial development to support the residential development that has already happened. Add more walkable food options and grocery

options.”

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Key themes

What We’ve Heard

Rural Planning

Areas

– How to best protect open space, agriculture, rural character

Activity

Nodes

– Consideration of appropriate scales, forms, and locations

Transportation

More safe travel modes

, congestion

Downtown

How to maintain Davidson’s special downtown character

Housing

– Low income & workforce housing, housing quality and options

Diversity and

Inclusivity

– Concern about gentrification and displacement

Neighborhood

Character

– concern about cutting trees, incompatible development

Sustainability

– Explore new opportunities for sustainability

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What We’ve Learned

Initial findings from the Snapshot Report analyses

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Fact-based informational foundation for education and discussion

Tells a story: “This

is where Davidson is.”Not a comprehensive inventory Instead, key planning trends and conditionsOften affirms community concerns

Davidson Snapshot Report

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Charlotte Metro Area

7-Year Growth

2010

2,217,000

2017

2,525,000

308,000

new residents

13.9

Percent population growth

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Davidson’s Regional Link:

Where Davidson Workers live

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Population Growth

Source: American Community Survey

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Demographic Trends

Source: American Community Survey

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Davidson Age Distribution

2016 Davidson Age Distribution

Source: American Community Survey

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Resident Household Income

Source: American Community Survey

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Resident Household Income

Davidson

$109,907

Cornelius

$86,355

Huntersville

$90,633

Mooresville

$63,632

Kannapolis

$45,863

Charlotte MSA

$55,821

2016

Median Household

Income

Source: American Community Survey

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Where Workers Lived and Worked, 2005

Source: American Community Survey

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Where Workers Live and Work

Source: American Community Survey

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Change in Household Size

Source: American Community Survey

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What We’ve Learned: Snapshot

Source: American Community Survey

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Source: American Community Survey

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Housing Costs Burden: Rent vs. Own

Source: American Community Survey

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Snapshot Report

Next Steps

January 4

PAG Receives Snapshot Report

January 7

Clarion presents full Snapshot Report

January 17

Snapshot Report posted to website and information presented during the Conversations on What’s Next Workshop

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Framework for PAG Discussions

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the first step in inclusive engagement

representative of the larger community

open-minded to others’ ideashelpful in carrying out the processhopeful about the future

An effective advisory group is…

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Serve as plan ambassadors to broader community

Provide input on public engagement priorities and approaches

Provide input and feedback on potential plan policy directionProvide feedback on draft plan vision, values, policies, and action plan

Roles and Responsibilities

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Facilitator Role

Build and Sustain a Respectful, Supportive Atmosphere

Focus on Managing the Participatory Culture and Providing Guidance on Substance When AskedBuild Capacity for CollaborationParticipatory Culture of GroupFull ParticipationMutual UnderstandingInclusive SolutionsShared Responsibility

Framework for Working Together

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Facilitate: Latin root means “to enable, to make easy”

Facilitator Goal

– to foster a fair, inclusive, and open processBuild and Sustain a Respectful, Supportive AtmosphereFocus on Managing the Participatory Culture and Providing Guidance on

Substance When AskedBuild Capacity for CollaborationGroup identifies when facilitator not meeting goal

How This Will Work

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Group Goal – to generate a participatory group culture

Everyone participates

People give each other room to think and get their thoughts outOpposing viewpoints are allowed to co-exist in the roomPeople draw each other out with supportive questions

How This Will Work

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Group Goal – to generate a participatory group culture

Support other members by practicing active listening

Willingness to listen to other’s ideas because you know your idea will be heard too

All feel empowered to speak up on challenging matters, disagreement is normalMembers can accurately represent each other’s point of view – even when they disagree with themHow This Will Work

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Group Goal – to generate a participatory group culture

Facilitator role to guide group back to participatory culture

Ask questionsDraw out ideas from group members

Remind group of framework for working togetherRemind group that most good community solutions come with at least a little bit of struggle

How This Will Work

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…Learn from the experts

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What We Need to Learn

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Conversation on

What’s Next

Workshop

Part 1:

Brief Presentation & Poll Activity

Part 2:

Small Group Table Activities

Part 3:

Station Board Activities

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Individual Worksheet:

Brainstorm critical

q

uestions for what we need to

learn from the public during the second round of public engagement

Example

Question:

What

does the term "small town"

mean to you and

what does it mean for the future?

What We Need to

Learn Step 1

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Table Discussions:

Discuss critical questions at your table.

Establish a set of critical questions for the table. Have a facilitator record one set of questions.

What We Need to Learn Step 2

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Report

Out to

Room:One or two people from each table report out to the larger group about the table’s discussions and the critical questions.

What We Need to Learn Step 3

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Next Steps

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December-January

Exploring our Planning Principles

public intercept

events and online surveyThe first round of engagement closes December 14 – Spread the word!Next Plan Advisory Group Meetings

January

7, 5:00-7:00pm

Preparation

for public

workshop, Findings

of Community Snapshot

Report

March (Date TBD)

– Findings from January 17 Workshop

Conversation on What’s Next? Community Workshop

:

January 17,

6:30-8:30

Multi-Day Community Workshop:

March (Date TBD)

Next Steps

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www.WhatsNextDavidson.com

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Adjourn

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What We’ve Learned: Snapshot

Source: American Community Survey