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Delegates Quarterly Meeting. Swansboro - October 19-20, 2011. Welcome and Program Update. Mark Sutherland, Vice President North Carolina's Eastern Region. Meeting Agenda: Day 1. Agenda – Day One. Welcome and Program Update Presentation and Delegate Discussion

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Delegates Quarterly Meeting

Swansboro - October 19-20, 2011

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Welcome and Program Update

Mark Sutherland, Vice President

North Carolina's Eastern Region

agenda day one
Meeting Agenda: Day 1Agenda – Day One
  • Welcome and Program Update
  • Presentation and Delegate Discussion
    • Richard Woodruff, DPA, AICP, Jacksonville City Manager Comparative Communities: Southwest Florida and Eastern North Carolina
  • Break (Cash Bar)
  • Dinner
  • Delegate Discussion and Networking
agenda day one1
Program UpdateAgenda – Day One
  • THE GOOD NEWS:
  • HUD Sustainable Communities Grant
  • Comparative Communities Study
  • Defense Logistics Initiative
    • NCER, NCSE, Carteret, Lenoir, Onslow, Jones, DOT
  • Sentinel Landscapes Program
    • MCIEAST, NC Farm Bureau, ADFP, NCSU, NCFFEC, NCFSWC
  • Director of Communications
agenda day one2
Program UpdateAgenda – Day One
  • FOR DISCUSSION:
  • Attendance (90% minimum)
    • Need to resume recruiting in some counties
  • Retain Format (Overnight?)
  • Review Working Group Progress
    • Further need to consolidate?
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Session IV ObjectivesAgenda – Day One
  • Settle on “Envision 2050” Event
  • Solidify Delegate Roster
  • Discuss / Refine Communication Strategy
  • Refine Working Group Agendas & Resources
  • 5. Review HUD Grant – Plans “A” & “B”
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Comparative CommunitiesAgenda – Day One
  • Regions that at one time looked like eastern NC, but no longer do so
  • Previously agriculture and/or military economies that met the sea
  • Shifting from anecdotal to analytical
  • Bottom Line:
  • This study forms the basis of our model “alternative future scenarios” for the October 2012 “Envision 2050” Exercise
comparative communities
ComparativeCommunities

Northeast SC

Northwest FL

Southeast SC

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ComparativeCommunities

202,667

Southeastern NC

2010

Not confined to New Hanover County

Pender & Brunswick among 100 fastest growing counties in the US

commonalities
Commonalities
  • The Tipping Point – Improved Access (Roads)
  • Growth tripled projections (or more)
  • Workforce generally displaced
    • Increased commute times, congestion
    • Effects felt two counties away (schools, housing)
  • Loss of working lands
  • Exceeded locally available water resources
  • Loss of military or reduced training capacity
  • General loss of open space
  • Not all bad – just not anticipated
    • Some planned / reacted better than others
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Comparative Communities:
  • Southwest Florida & Eastern North Carolina
  • Richard Woodruff, DPA, AICP
  • City Manager, Jacksonville NC
planning for the future nicety or necessity
Comparative Communities:
  • Southwest Florida & Eastern North Carolina

*Planning for the Future:Nicety or Necessity?

Richard Woodruff, DPA, AICPCity Manager, Jacksonville NC

* This is a separate brief that can be found at http://www.nceastmgtf.com/studies-analyses-briefs

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Envision 2050
  • What are our regional anchors?
  • What threatens them?
  • What tools does the region have to protect them?
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Delegates Quarterly Meeting

Swansboro - October 20, 2011

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Reports from the

Working Groups

reports from working groups
Reports from Working Groups

Focusing on Timeline Leading to Envision 2050

  • Working Group’s Priority Concerns
  • Partners
  • Describe Nature of Deliverables
    • Input to Envision 2050
    • Educational Programs / Material
    • Other?
  • Resource Needs
  • Working Group Progress
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PlanIt EAST Updates
  • Visit to Flint Hills Regional Council
    • Mark Seitz, Pender County
  • HUD Grant Application Status
    • Carron Day, Program Manager
  • Communications Strategy
    • James Jarvis, Director of Communications
  • Deliverables
    • Mark Sutherland, Program Director
sustainable communities grant
Sustainable Communities Grant
  • Application Submitted on October 6th
  • 37 Letters of Support
sustainable communities grant1
Sustainable Communities Grant
  • Application Submitted on October 6th
  • 37 Letters of Support
  • 3 Year Work Program
    • Foundation Studies
    • Regional Plan Development
    • Implementation
    • On-going Outreach & Capacity Building
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Sustainable Communities Grant
  • Request: $2,000,000
    • 46% Match (NC $90,000/3 yrs, NCER - $411,800)
    • $1,600,000 Federal Support
  • Application Status
  • What’s Next
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Reaching Delegate Consensus

PlanIt EAST: Envision 2050

envision 2050
Envision 2050
  • Timeline
  • Location Alternatives
envision 2050 leadership
Envision 2050 - Leadership
  • Envision 2050 Chair/Co-Chairs
  • Data Collection/GIS
  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Finance/Sponsorship
  • Visioning Exercise Leader
  • Communications/Outreach
    • Identifying and Engaging the Region’s Leadership
    • Engaging the Community
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Wrap Up

Next PlanIt EAST Meeting January 18-19, 2012

Duplin (Wallace) Mad Boar / Holiday Inn Express

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