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all right good evening everyone welcome.to the first ever class of the.first-ever cohort of the peoples.planning Academy into our knowledge the.first ever peoples playing academy in.the nation so welcome we appreciate you.being there tonight so my name is Brad.beaubien I am the administrator for.long-range planning for the department.and metropolitan development at the city.of Indianapolis this program is a.partnership between art park our our.department as well as the Indianapolis.neighborhood Resource Center who are our.hosts tonight so thank you to IRC we are.also supported by Eskenazi health as.well as the central Indiana Community.Foundation they're the ones who made our.snacks and beverages and daycare and.future speakers possible so we want to.make sure that we thank them for their.support this evening and so we're going.to start off with an activity that.Jessica Thorpe is going to lead us.through and then we'll start getting.into the content so Jessica thank you.Brad hi everyone as Brad mentioned my.name is Jessica Thorpe I just want to.echo him and say thank you all for being.here we're so excited to be spending the.next few weeks with you here so we're.gonna start with a game as Brad.mentioned start a little bit on the.lighter side so everyone should have.picked up a game board and a little.baggie with with pieces and they signed.in if you didn't just holler and we'll.grab you some I'm so the goal of this.game is to build a complete community so.that's a community where everybody in.the community has can meet all of their.basic needs ideally within walking.distance so you know as you as you build.these you'll notice that there are.business game pieces those are the ones.that have the little blue B and their.orange be in the upper left-hand corner.and so each one of those you'll notice.has a number on the back so that that.number on the back is how many dwelling.units you need to support that business.and they're not cumulative so you'll.need to add dwelling units for each one.of the businesses that you place there.are also a minute II pieces that have a.little a in the upper left hand corner.and those amenity pleasesit pieces.you'll need one of those for every five.dwelling units so a little bit of math.here but as you're as you're building.your community think about what your.priorities are so you'll need to.think about you know all the different.goals that you have for your community.so we have a st. kilda plan 2020.Bicentennial agenda that you're gonna.learn a lot about later on today but the.Bicentennial agenda is the vision and.values that guides everything that we do.at DMD guides all of our plans and it.lays out the vision and values and it.lays out four big goals and this would.make Indy healthier more inclusive more.resilient and more competitive so as.you're building your community think.about those priorities those goals and.think about how you can build your.community to achieve those goals you.make sure I didn't miss anything here so.you'll have about 20 minutes to do this.and then if you have any questions Brad.and I will be walking around the room so.you just grab one of us.alright guys I'm gonna throw you through.a loop here so I'm gonna split the room.up and give you guys some different.problems that you have to deal with so.browse the dividing line here alright so.everyone on this side of Brad look at.your game boards your River has flooded.yeah this side of the room your rivers.have flooded so think about look at your.board and look if you have any houses.that are on your river those residents.had to move away so you got to take.those houses off and think about what.land uses might be more appropriate to.build along an area that floods and.you'll and also look at your businesses.because you may not have enough dwelling.units now to support your businesses so.that's problems for this side of the.room now on this side the issue you guys.are dealing with is that your your.population is decreasing so your.household size has gone down so you now.have half as many people living in each.of your houses so now you need twice as.many dwelling units to support your.businesses so think about how your.neighborhood your community needs to.change to adapt to that problem.all right we're gonna start wrapping.this game up and have a little bit of.discussion if you just sat down.these games are yours to keep so you're.welcome to take them home with you and.keep playing so let's I want to talk to.you guys a little bit about how you.dealt with the different problems you.were faced with so I'm gonna again kind.of talk to one side of the room and then.the other so on the people who thought.the flooding issue how did you guys deal.with that problem what kind of issues.did you face with that Mary Beth yeah.yeah so you've had a restaurant over.your water.yeah some of your businesses had to.close because of the flood interesting.yeah perfect.so just as absorbed all that water if I.won't have as much problem with the.problem with that flooding in the future.and anyone else right I like that very.innovative all right so on the other.side of the room you guys faced a kind.of bigger challenge right so how did you.guys deal with your population decline.you know what that was a huge gap in my.game board design I did not include any.mixed-use buildings thank you for.catching that that'll be amendment for.future games okay what else you guys.faced a pretty big challenge what kind.of issues to be faced with that did any.of your businesses have to close yeah a.lot of them yeah.right so how did the mix of housing.types affect your guys's problem or.solutions.you have the same solution so you.diversify see diversify your housing.little bit with were you able to save.more of your businesses by doing that.still had some closures so I pass this.off to Braddock if he's got a couple.more questions for you.so both of those issues are are planning.related issues right is there anyone.here from Rocky ripple or Ravenswood or.any neighborhood that's inflaming flood.insurance right well we have those.neighborhoods back in the day we used to.build neighborhoods and floodplains we.try not to do that much anymore but we.still have that problem with those with.many neighborhoods and as development.happens upstream we have more and more.flooding and so that's an issue that we.deal with population decline many of our.neighborhoods efface that especially in.the core of the city and even if every.single house was populated we have fewer.people living in every house and so.there's fewer customers for businesses.there's fewer taxpayers to support parks.and schools and things like that and so.declining cities in the appleís is not a.planning city but we do have.neighborhoods that have decline there.are major US cities that are in decline.and that is a wicked planning problem.that no one has solved yet now how many.of you put a liquor store on your board.all right most of the guys so for those.of you who didn't put the liquor store.what was your reason you buy your liquor.the grocery store.hey Rob what's a bar why so different.traffic patterns the bar could be in the.restaurant you mix juice again mix these.table here right.okay that's so that's the next question.how many of you put the substance abuse.clinic on your board that's fantastic.and that is not something that many.neighborhoods welcome in their.neighborhood even though we know we need.it in our community it's across the.street it's like a one-stop shop right.all right so yes so planners deal with.land uses that nobody wants we all have.we have to have landfills we have to.have power generating plants we have to.have jails we have to have methadone.clinics you have to have all those land.uses because they're needed for our.community and we have to put them.somewhere right and so I hope that this.game was fun was entertaining we'll go.into much more detail about some of the.issues that we've raised through this.kind of introduction but in essence this.is what planning it's about it's about.choosing values competing using you've.got limited resources limited land and.you have to allocate accordingly to meet.those different values and that's none.of what this game is intended to.accomplish and so we're gonna move on.now to the stand so tonight's agenda.we're gonna talk I'm going to talk a.little bit about what to expect over the.next six weeks in the planning academy.then I'm gonna give you our planning 101.I used to teach at Ball State and so.this is a little coming home teaching.too so all you guys.jessica is gonna come up and talk a.little bit briefly about what the.comprehensive plan is that's the thing.that we're working on and then Jane who.helps check-in and protect you in is.gonna briefly go over the for bison.agenda values on the destination at the.beginning so before we get started just.some logistics.so today we started a little bit late.just because it's the first night and.everyone needed to get oriented and.parked and all of that in the future the.next the next five sessions we will try.to honor your promptness and start on.time we will also do our best to end on.time.restrooms if you haven't seen them they.are right out this to my left on the.door here feel free we're growing up.still Freeth need to use the restroom.just get up and go we do have Wi-Fi and.so there should be some open networks.that you can connect to snacks and.drinks are in the back and at the end of.every class we will be emailing you a.link to a survey to evaluate that class.and says we'd appreciate it if you would.give us some feedback as I said this is.the first ever time we've done this we.expect to learn a lot as we go through.and we appreciate your honesty and.giving us feedback and so as we keep.doing this we can learn and make it even.better so we've got three purposes why.are you here why did we do this you.spent a lot of time and effort trying to.figure this thing out as I mentioned we.can't find a role model anywhere else in.the country we've had other cities.actually come out to us and even before.we had it built to learn how to do it so.so there's three reasons and one is to.invest in leaders in our neighborhoods.how many of you are leaders everyone.should be raising their hand as if.you're here passionate about.Indianapolis attaching about making your.neighborhood a better place you are a.leader when you appreciate you being.here but we want to pass invest in the.passionate leaders of our community to.build an army of resident planners that.can be stronger advocates for.neighborhoods more specifically we have.a project underway called the Marion.County Land Use Plan all of you will be.participate or invited to participate in.the same public committee or when you.graduate from this program we want to.improve improve the quality the quantity.and the representative Jessica said on.the streets or about representativeness.of the engagement for that plan we also.want to build resident capacity to lead.independent planning processes that we.are building at process called certified.plans to.two that were piloting right now our.class schedule tonight's class one so.planning 101 the next four sessions are.about those Bicentennial agenda values.the next four sessions I will kind of be.the emcee but I will not be speaking a.lot we will have guest speakers that.come in and talk about sessions the.final session will be training in the.new Marion County land-use pattern book.which is a new piece of our Laney's.planning system that we are introducing.now we've had a lot of people that say I.can't make next Thursday can I take.Saturday yes you can you can mix and.match just please let us know if you.can't do either a Thursday or Saturday.we also have an online backup that.channel 16 is helping this with and I'll.also say thank you and channel 16 for.being here we actually sold out so.tickets for free but we sold out all the.seats in both this Thursday and Saturday.sessions which was completely unexpected.and so we do have that new online in.channel 16 option so if you can't make a.session perfectly fine we will.accommodate you just let us know now.before I get into teacher mode a couple.ground rules for the entire Academy the.first thing is everyone is welcome here.and so we appreciate you being here.everyone is welcome at the table you.also understand that everyone is here.because they care about building a.better city everyone is you might.disagree on how we do that but everyone.is here because they care about doing a.better City and so please be respectful.be civil in conversations when we have.discussions to that end nobody is right.nobody's wrong we all have unique.experiences and different perspectives.that we bring to the table what was that.I'm not the guy to do that listen Cher.ask questions to understand to.understand you can't talk all the time.to understand you do have to listening.if you have to ask an EVO understand so.please if you don't understand something.let us know the survey will also give.you an opportunity you have a question.that we didn't answer that you want us.to answer the next sorry the next.session you can ask a survey and then.finally focus on interests in not.positions as I mentioned we're all here.for different reasons we have different.experiences it's important to have an.open mind challenge our own minds and.what we believe and understand that.others may think differently and that's.perfectly okay so everyone agrees to the.ground rules we'll get started so.planning 101 so plan can mean different.things to different people and because.of that people often misunderstand what.a city plan actually is so one type of.plan is like saying I'm planning on.taking a trip to Disney World over.spring break so I've got my flights.booked I've got my tickets purchased and.my Fastpass ticket purchase and my.superfast master ticket purchased and.all those passes you need to avoid lines.those are all in my pocket I've got the.hotel room booked that I've asked my.bosses in tomorrow to take my family to.Florida right so that type of planning.it's definitive I say I have this plan.and I am going to do it because I've got.everything ready to go now another type.of planning isn't quite as concrete it's.more of a goal like saying at some point.in my life I would like to climb Mount.Everest now I don't have anything books.I don't have to permit that I need to.climb Mount Everest I actually don't.even own climbing boots and to be honest.I was not a wind at the top of the.stairs today so I'm probably not ready.to.nervous but at some point in my life.before I die I want to do that it's a.kind of aspiration and social hands.what is city planning more like the trip.to Disneyworld raise your hand.planning city planning more like a trip.to Disney World no one's wrong those.right right how many do you think city.plane is more like the aspirational trip.to Mount Everest at some point down the.road so it is more like climbing Mount.Everest because it's aspirational and.describes the type of city we would like.to see you in the future it's a guide.it's not something that's guaranteed to.happen so just because I say the plans.to this doesn't necessarily mean that's.going to be it's a guide and I'll talk.more about this but if you can remember.that city planning is more like climbing.Mount Everest and booking a flight to.Disney World.you're well on your way to understanding.rule City plan so I like analogies and.so this is the second analogy your.family budget so we all have family.budgets some of us have it written down.in Excel other people it's just in our.heads and some of us probably wish them.to do better than others right but your.budget is all about helping you achieve.your goals you want to live in a house.or apartment or condo and so you plan to.spend money on rent or mortgage do you.know you need to get to work to make.that money and so you set aside money.for gas or a bus pass and you have that.goal of getting to Disney we're at at.some point and so you set aside some.money each month and to reach that goal.budgeting is about meeting goals now.planning does the same thing it helps us.allocate land and resources to help our.community achieve its goals we know we.need jobs our residents and so we need.land for roads and industry we know we.need a variety of places for those.residents.to live and so we build neighborhoods.with houses and apartments and we know.we need places for neighbors to.socialize and for wildlife habitat to be.protected and so we build parts like.your budget that balances competing.needs for the same money city plans do.too if we only had industrial land we.wouldn't have places for workers to live.and so we'd have to drive a lot farther.from somewhere else and that means we.need to spend more money on roads and.those people would need to say more.money on transportation if we only had.houses we wouldn't have jobs that people.could easily get to or parks for them to.socialize and relax and get the idea the.planning allocates resources to a second.budget and getting back to that budget.how many of you have had an unexpected.instance come up right everyone right so.the water heater leaks the car breaks.down well better yet the coal treats the.playoffs maybe not this season but that.could happen right or even an unusually.cold month in January and the gas still.is crazy high got those unexpected.expenses most of your budgets based.unknowns we know how much rent or.mortgage payment you need to set aside.an estimate how much you need the.utility is include based on what you've.done in the past but there's always.those unexpected things and when those.occur you do have to deviate from your.budget you might skip a month or two of.savings or post tolling that Disney.World you up a little because your.family needs a hot water here right now.right answer your budget that's a guide.but you need to deviate from it at some.point so planning for a city is.certainly more complicated but the.concept is the same.we can estimate how many housing units.we need in the future based on.population trends planners have rules of.thumb about how much park space we need.based on population and we know where.floodplains are based on the topography.of the lane.we know that industry needs highway.interchanges the major commercial areas.need good Road and transit access but we.can't anticipate everything and we gave.you two examples of things that we can't.necessarily anticipate so macro.population shifts to the southwest.happen and all of a sudden in the.Northeast and the Rust Belt started.planning in population development.upstream in Hamilton County to the north.of us changes work what's happened here.because less rain water soaks into the.ground out there people begin delaying.marriage and having kids later and.demand apartments or condos amazon.com.comes along or people begin to find.indoor shopping malls inconvenient and.all of a sudden brick-and-mortar retail.is completely upended can you just like.these are happening right now here and.into all of those things I mentioned.they're happening right now in India as.much as we try plans can't anticipate.everything that happens and that's why.they have to be flexible like your.budget plans or guidelines or a.decision-making framework it has to.adapt as things change or at risks.becoming obsolete and irrelevant to.decision makers the 20 I'll come back to.knit another concept related to your.budget is your budget doesn't actually.spin a dime it's a piece of paper or a.file in Excel right it's a tool to help.you make decisions about how to spend.your money just because you set aside.500 bucks each month for groceries and.eating out doesn't mean actually spend.that five hundred dollars and spin at.one grocery store trip one Taco Bell.trippin time the budget helps you.evaluate.$40 stake downtown is a good idea or not.but individual decisions to write that.check or swipe that credit card is.actually what stings the money so.planning a similar remember planes like.Mount Everest.it's about aspirational goals like your.budget City plans don't build or send.anything just because we aspire to have.commercial development at the corner of.Main and safe streets doesn't mean it.will actually happen.why how many of you think a city.government builds the city city.government does not go missing we build.roads we build infrastructure we.actually don't build a city private.parties build the city entrepreneurs.business owners investors homeowners the.other one says build the city so whether.that corner is after suitable for.commercial development depends on.whether someone sees an opportunity to.make money building it and whether or.not that can convince a bank to lend.money to actually construct it and that.banks decision which probably hinges on.how many stores actually are committed.to leasing space in that development.which in turn ultimately depends as how.many customers are around for each type.of store that's what your entire.exercise was about so just because we.draw something on a map and say it.should be commercial does not make it so.there's lots of steps that have to make.it real.we don't know all those steps plans.don't go into the detailed financial.environmental market analysis for all.350,000 parcels in Marion County that's.because their aspiration decision-making.frameworks not a guarantee of what.really.and finally with the budget analogy as.much as I wish I could do budget as much.as I wish I could undo past spending.decisions with my budget that doesn't.happen I think we all realize that I.really couldn't afford that $40.00 shake.downtown but it tastes so good.the money's gone and there's nothing I.can do to get it back because that's in.the past.and that's because budgets and plans are.decision-making frameworks or the future.what's already built is built what the.law already allows and still happen.plans come into play when we need to.make decisions about how things change.just because we say we want the farm to.become a new in a neighborhood doesn't.mean that Sally farmer has to stop.farming Sally can keep farming and can.even sell her farm to Steven to farm as.well but if she were to sell it to an.industrial developer who wanted to do.something different in the future that's.when we bring out the plan to help.inform our decision so plans of policy.not long so what is law the law is only.a lot of people get planning and zoning.confused and I want to make sure that.they make sure I convey that they are.related but they are very distinctive.things and so plans are guidelines and.policy they don't change anything in the.ground today that is governed by zoning.which is a law that applies to every.single property in our city so zoning is.a semester-long very boring course unto.itself but at a high level is only.regulates property with two different.ways and the first is by use and so.that's a that's a word that you need to.understand that something that planners.use quite often but the use is just a.way to describe or categorize an.activity or occurring on a property it's.a residential from here you.single-family homes could be a use.retail a school is a use those are the.types of things that are uses the zoning.regulates what types of uses can go on.what property it also regulates the.development intensity and that's how.that activity.actually occur on that property itself.planners humans call them yards planners.call them setbacks but we have setbacks.so that's how far from the street or how.close to the street to your neighboring.property a building can be we also have.parking standards some places have.minimum parking requirements and some.have maximum parking requirements.there's also height there's lots of.other things but we call those planners.call those things development standards.so planning regulates in two ways it.also has two components it has an.ordinance and a map the ordinance are.the rules and regulations it's the.written piece of that detail what it.divides it outlines different districts.different groups of uses and then it.describes how those uses can be built.there's also a map which is the.application of one or more of those.districts in the ordinance to an actual.piece of property in real life so when.changes come about there are two changes.that can happen who can change the.ordinance how many of you are familiar.were involved with the Indy rezone.update process okay good good number so.that was the first conference a rewrite.of our zoning code in 40 years.but that is something that city gutter.initiates it's not something as a.citizen can request and you can ask for.it but it's actually the city planners.that do the drafting I mean ultimately.it's up to our boards and commissions.that the City County Council's to enact.now map changes on the other hand can be.requested either by city government but.more likely by property owners so these.are when the orange public hearing signs.that you see across town pop up.this is incredibly simplified but there.are three major types of zoning changes.there's reasoning which is a change in.zoning district and so if you want to go.from being able to build commercial.development to building residential.development and so you need the change.in the zone there's a variance abuse.which is an exception to allow a very.specific useless isn't otherwise allowed.in that district so it's not a complete.rezoning it's a saying in this.commercial area I actually want to build.a town house not anything else.residential just a townhouses so that's.a variance of use maybe we have a thing.called variance of development standards.and that's when you wanted to bend the.rules or change the rules about how.something can be built in the district.now hearing great I have might be a.little hard to see you projector but I.have who actually makes those decisions.and some reasonings go to the.metropolitan Metropolitan Development.Commission the in DC in the variances go.to the Board of Zoning Appeals and.there's actually three divisions of the.Board of Zoning Appeals because the.workload so note that in each of these.cases the decision making body is a.group of appointed citizens.it's not professional planners I my.staff do not make zoning decisions we.make we provide advice.we provide recommendations but at the.end of the day its citizens just like.you that make decisions so what's the.relationship between Planning and Zoning.their plans of guideline zoning is law.what's the relationship and that.relationship is actually governed by.state law it's showing up in state law.in three different reasons first a state.law purpose statement small explain that.rezoning decisions and variance abuse.decisions I'm not gonna read this visit.state law incredibly convoluted but in.Indiana zoning is optional there are.some places in Indiana the still do not.have zoning but in order to have sunny.first have to have a plan and that's why.in state law both the planning in the.zoning sections of state law point back.to the same purpose statement which the.type.so here remember those three map changes.that people can request the first of.those was a rezoning which provides.which the NDC works on state law.outlines the five things that the MDC.commissioners have to consider when they.are hearing a rezoning petition so note.that the comprehensive plan is one of.those five things not remember the plan.is a decision-making framework it's not.the desire the state law recognizes this.by asking the NDC to regard it along.with other things but does not actually.require one to follow it and that's why.we have to make sure that our plan is.relevant to today's issues and flexible.enough to accommodate unexpected things.if it doesn't help make a decision it's.going to be ignored we have lots of.plans in our system that date back to.the hudner era get back to Ronald Reagan.then those plans are incredibly outdated.and not useful for making decisions.maintaining land use plan.various abuses are one of those other.things you can request the Board of.Zoning Appeals here must determine that.the request for a variance of use.doesn't interfere substantially with a.compliment.now here the language isn't just to.consider the plan like in rezoning the.Visia actually has to determine that.each of these five statements are met.but even then there's that interfere.substantially clause which is quite.subjective and so I say this because.lots of people say because it's in the.plan and you don't make the decision.according the plan you're wrong well the.plan is considered it's not the.governing document it's one of the five.things to be considered now the final.change I mentioned is variants of.development standards and so that's the.change in parking or height or something.like that.state law actually does not require that.you consider the comp plan at all for.those types of decisions so just putting.in things perspective that is what state.law says is the relationship between.planning and so it's incredibly.important for you to understand what.this plan actually does because there's.a lot that it cannot do so what is the.conference of plan.yes.bear with me guys I promise this is the.dryer portion of the planning Academy.and that it will be much more fun moving.forward so hopefully we haven't scared.you away yet so the comprehensive plan.it's really just a tool to address.change and growth in the city and even.things like decline it's how we kind of.move forward and address the problems.that we're facing in the different.changes that are occurring so as Brad.mentioned according to state law we're.required to have a comp plan and you.know as far as the law defines it that.could be three paragraphs as far as the.state legislature is concerned but in.most time in practice most comp plans.actually include a whole lot more.information than that so our.comprehensive plan in Indianapolis.actually contains like a hundred.different pieces more than that so this.is the point in the presentation where I.usually like to tease Brad about this.slide that he made if you'll notice each.gear actually locks together a lot of.very meticulous work that you put in.there so if you've been involved in one.of our previous comprehensive plans.before then this is maybe going to be a.little bit hard trend to unlearn because.what we used to call township plans the.township land-use plans that's what we.usually call the Comprehensive Plan.that's how most people know it but.actually that's just one small component.of our comprehensive plan so the.comprehensive plan yeah every plan that.we complete and adopt so it's every.neighborhood plan every Township plan a.reach transportation plan part plans.those are all pieces of the.comprehensive planning so we're in the.middle of shifting our plans into a new.framework organized around seven.different key elements so you can see.those kind of medium-sized ones.around the giri that says the.comprehensive plan so think of these as.different chapters of the comp plan book.so some even have sub headers or smaller.more specific plans that are underneath.them the one at the top there it says.vision and values that the guiding.element that drives everything we do I.mentioned a little bit about the.Bicentennial jinda earlier today and.that's what you all got a hard copy of.when you came in the door.so that book in front of you and we'll.talk about that in just a minute so the.planning Academy this planning had me as.part of our engagement process for the.Land Use Plan Update which is the or the.orange gear so all of you that are in.the room tonight will be invited to be.honors key stakeholder committee for.that plan may be working really intently.with us as we develop that plan so.you'll see there are a lot of other.plans involved in this too so the parks.plan specific area plans which are like.I said detailed plans for a specific.specific area and there are also a few.that are meant missing there the hollow.ones I was the housing strategy the.transportation integration plans and.those are underway right now and there's.also the resiliency plan which will get.underway next year so Jane Jane's gonna.talk to you guys a little more about the.Bicentennial agenda and kind of moving.forward with this people Sammi Academy.over the next few weeks.hello so just mentioned the agenda as.one element of the comprehensive plan so.like she said we'll talk about some more.of the guide a and key aspects so the.table diagram is the vision and values.element it's the master gear even though.I may look like the Comprehensive Plan.here is the master plan 2020 the.Bicentennial agenda which was unveiled.their home set in 2016 is the current.vision and values element of the comp.plan so it's guiding everything that.we're doing DMD with everyone in the.room there's a copy of it in the agenda.book that you have and then for anyone.who's watching this online leader we.have it at Penn 2020 comm there's also a.copy of the book at every public library.so direct all your friends to go check.it out.Bicentennial Gentiles out 15 key.strategies to strengthen the people in.places of Marion County but will focus.on just the four key goals the first one.being naked be more healthy.the second make any more inclusive.the third resilient.and the last one make any more.competitive so over the next four.classes we'll have some really great.speakers are you another local leader in.their respective fields and they'll come.talk about how these four goals relate.to the current.so we didn't introduce James beginning.but Jane is our AmeriCorps VISTA member.of the year so she actually left a nice.tank Manhattan job to come make party.wages helping to engage from.Indianapolis residents and so Jane has.been a valuable piece of actions making.this program happen so that beginning.and so as a professor you never hold.class till the end on the first day of.class right that's like an unspoken rule.that you never do that and so we're.gonna let you out a little bit early.tonight but you do have homework and so.the homework is to read the building.blocks section of the plan 2020.bicentennial agenda which you have the.hard copy in front of you I think it.starts on page 30 now you're welcome to.read a lot more but we want to make sure.that you read those four pieces because.that is how the future classes are.organized this is wanting to understand.I'm at least those four pieces now.beginning next session you will have a.workbook that we provide to you and that.will go over some content that we cover.in class as well as additional content.and so in future classes you'll have a.workbook that you can take home and work.and there'll be a kind of a quiz I'm.sort of thing we're not taking grades.but it's something to help you better.understand the content that we've.covered in the sessions.yeah and so with that are there any.questions about the Academy about the.content that we cover tonight or about.what we're doing kind of next yeah it's.closer.so if we should've brought some examples.but for example a typical neighborhood.plan says s mentioned our Cochran's plan.is made up of a hundred different plans.some of them are neighborhood somewhere.Township plans a typical neighborhood.plan this will have a statement of goals.and objectives and values and then we'll.also have a map that community.communicates different where we would.like to see different land uses and the.way that Matt works it's not like Disney.world it's like Mount Everest and so it.doesn't change what's on the ground.right now.but if someone wants to come in and.change a use and that plan is something.that we bring out and we provide to the.Board of Zoning Appeals or the.Metropolitan Development Commission to.help make the decision and so typically.there's a text piece that this patina.describes the type of community we want.to see and then there's a map that goes.along with it that kind of applies those.so just like the zoning ordinance has.the ordinance text in the map plans also.have that type of system sure and so we.can provide the slides online channel 16.is recording and so this will be.available on YouTube beginning next week.it'll also play on channel 16 TV 2 but.we can also provide you when it becomes.available on YouTube we can provide an.email to you to let you know where that.link is and so what would you tube work.that we do prefer the slides than just.themselves because we can do whatever.you'd like.there for slides all right so we'll get.the slides put up on the website and.throw out that link to you by email does.that sound good so just remind me that.the merit any pattern book he can gloss.over the beginning but that is the text.piece of Lanie's plan that is actually.out for public review right now so if.you go to indeed that student comment.let me put that out.yeah.yeah that link will eventually be on the.plane from China better calm after we.get through tonight busy so adidas City.comment calm is a new platform that we.are testing out to allow residents to.engage and provide feedback on all of.our plans at their leisure and so you.can do that website you can preview the.document and provide comments and so.that is the thing that we will train you.on it's a it's a very different system.if you're familiar with our land you.system currently it's a very different.system so we will be providing that.entire last class is the training and.how the pattern book actually works but.if you're interested in getting a sneak.peek or providing comments on it you can.oh that website and do so here.so so that's a good question in Indiana.the rest of the state is different in.state law than Indianapolis were the.only type of Planning Commission that we.have but in every other commission.there's really no minimum for up to half.planner to have any one can that plant.Amazonian there's also no man now in.Indianapolis the Metropolitan.Development Commission my department.Department Metropolitan Development.covers the entire county excluded cities.included towns all the townships they.are all a part of me actually in my.world the county is the city excluded.cities and all that legally don't you.know we cover and actually the.Metropolitan Planning Commission.predates Unigov and so we might talk a.little bit about Unigov in the future.but from the city kind of consolidated.planning for the county actually.consolidated before the rest of the.government is so we are jurisdictions.entire county.so that the Visionnaire values is that.it's the vision and values it's up to.all the other plans to actually make.that real and what does that mean.and so we are that's why we're very.passionate about teaching how land-use.planning can make our city more.competitive how land-use planning can.make it more inclusive we will cover.some history about how planning in the.past has not made our C's inclusive and.so we are very passionate about how this.plan can actually push those values.forward so they're not simply value.statements I'm not interested in.planning for the sake of planning I'm.interested planning to change our city.make our city a better place so the the.values are implemented by the individual.acquaintance is that know so the.evaluation piece that's a good so how do.you evaluate whether our city is more.competitive or more resilient or more.inclusive right those are abstract.concepts we can't necessarily measure as.plant as part of plan 2020 we built a.web data website called indy vitals comm.it actually didn't is winning a national.award from the trade association of data.people i don't forget what it's called.but it is india violence comm attempts.to put indicators to some of those.measurements they're indicators that we.have off the shelf and so for some like.inclusiveness we don't have very good.data but for others we try to provide.some indicators so we can understand how.neighborhood by neighborhood is doing at.the end of the day if not every.neighborhoods benefit from plan 2020 and.we failed.so in divide' was built to kind of.measure that population level change and.also to help all the dozens of partners.that join us on plan 2020 to understand.what neighborhoods really need so we can.all make investments that are most.relevant to where people are at.yeah.[Music].so yeah and so I'll start Indiana is a.week planning state there are other.states where the plan means a lot more.there are places like California were.even the city county council their City.Council cannot get around it I'm here.it's an advisory document so the power.of our plans is not just having the.plants how relevant it is to those.decision-makers and so that's why we.need to keep it updated that's why.having plans from Mayor had nuts first.term is not helpful to decision-makers.and that's why plans that are very rigid.and prescriptive about every individual.piece of property we don't know that we.don't know the future of 350,000 parcels.so we have to think about how we can.make our plan relevant so that it is.used and so our way is not mandated to.do use approach we have to have as how.can we make our plans most beneficial to.the decision-makers.so I may have ulterior motives and.building support for playing our city or.not yes that could be one hopeful.outcome that's part of our goal making.you guys better advocates for your.neighborhoods you know when you how many.of you have attended a zoning case.downtown City County but yeah and so oh.well the professionals inside again we.don't make the decisions but one of the.things we notice is that a lot of people.argue any motion and that makes sense.because it's impacting your neighborhood.it's impacting your quality of life.potentially right but emotions if you.look at those lists of five things those.are things that legally matter now to.the people sitting up on that podium it.does but we want to also to have you be.able to make those more concrete.planning level arguments so you can be.more effective advocates for your.neighborhoods other questions.will it include planning to make - to.include accountability in the future and.I are specifically pointing to things.like BRCA gene stamping planted in.places that really affected.neighborhoods and and were left to.languish and and canvas can the planning.include recommendations for.accountability because if you're looking.into the future.you don't know where businesses are.going to be in 10 or 15 25 years yep.and that continues to happen something.like 70% of new retail space in the past.since the recession ended has been taken.up by food it's not stuck you buy.because Amazon's up so what does that.mean just answer your question directly.there is no legal authority in the plan.to have that sort of stuff we can say it.but it's a hollow threat and so the way.we want to approach that is we realized.that many neighborhoods were built.around those factories that the valley.neighborhood just south of the GM plant.that was factory housing for the workers.and much of the near East Side was.around the RCA plant but the Mallory.factory places like that and so when.neighborhoods have lost the economic.purpose for being because the jobs have.dried up.they languish right and so but those.places are complicated it's easier to.grow it's easier to be a surrounding.community than us and you've got a farm.that you can turn with tyranny.immediately in the tax base it's much.harder when you've got a legacy of a.hundred years of industrial development.smack that in a little neighborhood.that's really not viable for industrial.development anymore because he can't get.trucks today so those are more wicked.problems that we have to do with but our.plan that the plans role in that is to.talk about what types of land-uses we.would like this.there any flexible enough so that we can.accommodate shifting trends shifting.industrial trends shifting mixed-use.trans things like that but to be.perfectly honest and you'll find.throughout this that I'm generally a.block honest person I'm not a politician.but you think but I not that politicians.are honest but I that's not what I meant.to be honest our plan does not have that.authority that's not I showed you on the.screen the three types of times that the.planners looked at for land-use.decisions so that's something that we.can cover I can briefly cover the steps.of it today but that's something that.you would find beneficial that's.something that we can try to squeeze.into some of the sessions okay okay talk.about that any other questions comments.all right well I still buy it I still.met the cardinal rule the first day of.class we're out 15 minutes early.

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