Mid-term update not intended for major policy changes
A chance for the public to weigh in on changes that don’t require significant resources
Amend BVCP with map changes made on recently approved projects (OSMP master plan, Alpine-Balsam, etc.) and open space purchases
Include elements of Climate Mobilization Action Plan
Meschuk: The baseline urban services study is an analysis of if we were to expand the city, do we have the ability to provide those services still? (fire, police, etc.)
Weaver: So we've already done a little work. We've already laid out some pieces on the board.
Meschuk and Gatza: That is a correct summary.
First Quarter 2020
• Finalize the scope and schedule
• Open the public request process
• Begin other tasks as directed by the decision-making bodies
• Complete screening process for public requests
• Continue work on other tasks as directed by the decision-making bodies
• Community engagement window
• Analysis on proposed changes
Fourth Quarter 2020
• Complete analysis and recommendations
• Public hearings to adopt changes to the BVCP
"Idk if we can get it done," Weaver says, "but I think there's use in" developing our own.
Similar suggestions here (and in every other white, wealthy town) have been INSANELY controversial.