After a brief pause from public meetings due to the stay-at-home orders, the Planning and Sustainability Commission has resumed its meetings virtually. At its May 12 online meeting, Commissioners will continue their discussions about River Plan / South Reach Proposed Draft.
Project planners have prepared a packet of information and amendments to discuss with the Commission. These amendments stem from public testimony received on February 25. Topics will include:
Watershed Health and Resilience
Enforcement of landscaping regulations
Ross Island Sand and Gravel
Enforcement on Parks’ property
Riverfront Communities – Design Recommendations
Amendments to Macadam Character Statement
Revised Macadam Character Statement Draft
Review the meeting materials
The Commission will hold another work session with project staff on Tuesday, May 26. Tentative topics for discussion include:
Tribal coordination (archaeological resources code)
Riverfront communities (houseless population)
Miscellaneous topics and code proposals
The PSC will likely take action on all the amendments and make a final vote on the River Plan / South Reach Proposed Draft on May 26. Check the PSC event page one week in advance for the meeting agenda and materials.