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Integrated Planning – Preliminary Site Information and Elements of Master Plan Stella, Missouri. Application of Sustainability Criteria to the Village of Stella, MO for Regional Revitalization Boston, Massachusetts 0815 hrs – 17 November 2006. see-”Planning Responses”.

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integrated planning preliminary site information and elements of master plan stella missouri

Integrated Planning – Preliminary Site Information and Elements of Master PlanStella, Missouri

Application of Sustainability Criteria to the Village of Stella, MO for Regional Revitalization

Boston, Massachusetts

0815 hrs – 17 November 2006

see planning responses
see-”Planning Responses”
  • http://stella.smarte.org/

“Sustainable”

“Plan4it”

linked from “Planning Process”

  • Handout
community input
Clean, well-kept community

Deeply rooted sense of place

Historical character

Historic preservation

Natural history preservation

Small “country” atmosphere

Rural setting

Landscape – welcoming look

- unused

Natural beauty

Indian Creek

Open space

Wildlife habitat

Vegetation

- unused

Uncrowded

No suburban sprawl

Quiet

Friendly

Low population

Low traffic

Walkable community

Clean air without odors

Clean water

Vegetation – minimal paved areas

Viewable stars

Security

Safe from stray dogs

Slow pace

Embracing people from outside

Embracing people within the community

Places high value on family

Flag flying

Embrace change

- unused

Services

Health

Day-care

Public facilities

Good schools

- unused

Churches

Historical society

Human resources

Recreation

Areas for play

Dancing

Infrastructures

Water

Sewer

Electric energy

Telephone, internet, tv

Community Input

A - Z

A1 – Z1

A2 – Z2

A3 – Z4

  • Trash collection
  • Local businesses
  • Retail
  • General store
  • Gasoline station
  • Grocery store
  • Restaurant/café
  • Institutions
  • - unused
  • School as vital part of community
  • Library/learning center
  • City council
  • Regulations
  • Police
  • - unused
  • Town hall
  • Opportunities
  • Social activities
  • Networking
  • Chance meetings
  • Know your neighbors
  • Church family
  • Community fellowship
  • Show off and appreciate good cooks.
  • Scout meetings/activities
  • Growth
  • Population growth
  • Work/jobs
  • Economic expansion
  • Family and social ties
  • Education and mental stimulation
  • Housing variety
  • Business
  • Recreation
  • - unused
  • Areas to fish
  • Nature viewing
  • Walk in the woods
  • Swimming hole
  • Kids play spaces
  • - unused
  • Baseball field
  • Dances for youth
  • Parks
  • Outdoor music venue

≈ Building Community

Youth

  • Community feel
  • Clean town
  • Local amenities
  • Safe environment
  • School-town connection
  • Youth activities
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165

330

1/2 mile radius (0.8 km)

660

1320

2640

5280 feet

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3.6 km/h=2.24mph

~15min per 1/2mile

Brisk walking speed ~3.5-5.5mph

½ mile brisk walk~ 5.5-8.6minutes

5280 feet = 1 mile

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½ mile radius

B Deeply rooted sense of place – a destination, a place where people want to be, strong physical center of community activity, re-assert commercial center, strong local infrastructure and support of surrounding rural community.

J1Services- proximate/accessible – within walking distance

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C Historical character. Make sure new buildings honor historic precedent. Main Street shops – street frontage strip.

Local Materials

Local Architecture

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200m (656.4ft)

Payne, N.F. and F.C. Bryant (1994). Techniques for Wildlife Management of Uplands. New York, McGraw-Hill, Inc.

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

½ mile radius

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

18 hole ~ 7200 yds

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

½ mile radius

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

http://www.hort.purdue.edu/ext/senior/ornament/Flowe52.htm

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Ag – low lands

Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Ag – low lands

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Ag – uplands

Ag – uplands

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Use composting for urban food production.

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Sustainability Criteria

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Urban food production: Fresh fruits and vegetables

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Community composting yard

http://www.nrel.gov/wind/about_inflow.html

Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Solar collectors on roofs + use chicken litter to generate electricity

50mRD wind turbines ≈ 1570 kWh/yr/turbine

USDE: “…the vast majority of Missouri is considered only marginal for producing electricity (12-14 mph) with the exceptions being the extreme northern Missouri and the southwest corner of the state (14-15mph).”

It may not be cheaper energy, but it will keep money in the community.

“Factor in maintenance costs and the true costs to the environment, and wind energy becomes the most economical resource for generating electricity.” (Howard T. Odum)http://www.myflorida.com/fdi/edesign/news/9607/thesis/energy.htm

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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½ mile radius

1 mile circumference

Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Retail

Gasoline

General store

Grocery store

Town hall activities

Parking

Restaurant

Social services

Recreation activities

Youth activities

Laundromat

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Daily activity locations: >concentration = >interactions

Where people would want to be

Water feature

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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Restore Stella to the Spring Dogwood tour.

Enable higher quality education

Mixed-use development to increase activity in town over a wider time period.

Reconstruct Ozark Street in historic streetscape with storefronts, porches or awnings– becomes new service corridor for businesses.

High Density Housing within and surrounding Downtown Commercial

10th fairway

Restored barn for school dances and community barn-dances, sports concessions.

Efficient/multiple use of spaces/facilities

Central plaza with Creek as backdrop

Parking

Backyard Architecture Pedestrian Streetscape – also for farmers market, events, youth activities

PG

Grocery

LE-RU

Golf CH serves as CH, restaurant, receptions, parties, meetings.

Use existing well for new bottled-water company.

18th fairway

City Hall

Masonic

18G

PO

L&C

Golf CH

Mill

Recreate Lentz & Carter GM

Spaces for sharing ideas/needs

Open-air theater on the Creek, parks, and golf to expand activity in town and re-create

Recreate “Old Mill” as new restaurant w/terrace to overlook Creek.

PR

1 Tee

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Parking

10th fairway

Grocery

LE-RU

City Hall

Masonic

PO

L&C

Golf CH

Mill

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Planning Responses to

Community Input

and

Sustainability Criteria

Draft 1

Stella Master Plan

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