At the Neighborhoods and Intragovernmental Affairs Committee meeting on Wednesday, April 18, the City Planning Commission (CPC) presented the first draft of its Neighborhood Participation Plan (NPP). The purpose of CPC’s NPP is to get more neighborhood and resident involvement in zoning and land use decision making. Included in the draft NPP are some of the recommendations proposed by CBNO’s Citizen Participation Program’s Model. Here is a link to this first draft Draft NPP_04.24.12
At Wednesday’s meeting, this committee, CPC staff, and few community resident discussed this first draft of the NPP. Within a couple of weeks, CPC staff will revise this draft based on this initial discussion. In mid to late May, CPC will host a public meeting to get community input on the draft NPP. For more information on CPP’s draft NPP and the NPP process, go to City Planning’s website. To provide comment on this draft, contact Paul Cramer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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