Inventory to Marketing: Raising Visibility for Underutilized Sites - Shared screen with speaker view
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If you are dealing with multiple property owners how do you avoid building interest without those owners all of a sudden thinking their property is now a gold mine
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What best practices can you suggest for developer forums during the social distancing restrictions for COVID-19?
@Marc Menti polling is a tool we have been using for live virtual input. It is one tool that can be helpful for your tool kit: https://www.mentimeter.com/
Good point Marc. We have not hosted a forum in the Covid era. Many states limits on gathering effectively prohibit. I suggest its a tool for 2021 when we can safely gather again. I think the discussion would be tough in a virtual setting.
With sites that need some environmental cleanup needs, such as, Brownfield projects years ago developers avoided these project but more recently developers seem more comfortable in these type of projects as theu
Check out Racer Trust's website to view some of their projects, resources and materials https://www.racertrust.org/
Wasn't finished in my comment/question. But essentially do you think that Brownfield projects would take more of a hit due to their cleanup complexity in the current Covid environment.
In New Jersey, is there a process for training Planning and Zoning Board members about Brownfields and planning for site development? - No mike, so I will listen for any feedback.
In my County we've found considerable interest in all types of sites including Brownfield sites mainly due to our proximity to NYC and our three passenger rail lines and emphasis by state to promote transit village development.
Ralph- contact me after this session. CCLR would be interested in working with you to do some training. We work in collaboration with NJDEP, NJEDA, NJ Office Of Planning Advocacy and US EPA.
Can you expand on the key basics of the PPP's? What are they agreeing too, how easy for someone to back out?
To answer Ralph Cooper, there is no direct educational module provided by NJPO in it's education program for new NJ planning/zoning board members. But asking NJPO to include Brownfield Development in their program could
I need to sign off for another meeting, and I want to thank our presenters for this discussion. Well done!
As I was an instructor in NJPO sessions a few years back to new board members I did mention it in relation to the County section I taught. But didn't spend too much time on it. Most of the time was spent on how County Planning boards were different than municipal boards.
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