The next meeting of the Project Advisory Committee (PAC) for the Lents Park Master Plan will be this coming Wednesday. PAC meetings are open to the public and will include opportunity for public comment. Details are as follows:
Lents Park Master Plan
Project Advisory Committee Meeting #4
Marshall High School, 3905 SE 91st Ave
October 13, 2010 – 6:00 to 9:00 pm
The PAC will be considering a DRAFT "preferred design" map for the park. This design is intended to incorporate the public comment given on the three concept alternative maps, and consolidate the public's preferences into one map. How good a job did the City's contractor do with this? Come to the meeting, and you tell us!
The agenda for this meeting calls for the PAC to adopt a finalized "preferred design" map by the end of this meeting. This will NOT be the final Master Plan map for the park. Rather, the preferred design map will be the new map that goes out to the public for comment. There will be another comment form, another round of public comment, and at least one more PAC meeting, before anything gets finalized and sent to City Council.
The draft preferred design map is not available for distribution to the public at this time, but the following are some links to the meeting agenda and other meeting materials:
Here is a brief summary of the thinking that went in to whether and how to include specific features in the Draft Preferred Design.
Lents Park Master Plan: Draft Preferred Design – Rationale by feature.doc
Here is the Summary of the Comment surveys that helped shape the thinking about the reshaping of the Master Plan
Lents Comment Summary.doc
Here is the formal meeting agenda
Lents Park Agenda.doc
Here is a link to the Portland Parks and Recreation outline of the Public Input Process
Public Input Process.doc
We hope to see you all there! The PAC is the citizen committee representing the community in this process, and this is your chance to let them know what you think!
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