A Regional Urban Design Forum
Wednesday November 5, 2014
AIA East Bay, 1405 Clay St, Oakland, CA
Free and Open to All!
1.5 CES LUs
On November 5, please join AIA East Bay’s Region & Urban Design Committee as we consider the effects of November 4th’s election on the future of Bay Area planning and development. You will be part of a panel discussion to examine the content of the planning-related measures (below), look at election results, and ponder their implications for the Bay Area and our communities. The program will be led by Matt Taecker AIA AICP, RUD Committee Chair.
Measure BB Alameda County Transportation Sales Tax
Measure R Berkeley Downtown Zoning Amendments
Measure T Dublin Annexation of Doolin Canyon (far-east County)
Other Bay Area
Measure F San Francisco Pier 70 Mixed-Use Redevelopment
Measure M Menlo Park Downtown Plan Amendments
Measure N San Bruno Downtown & Corridors Development
At the end of this presentation, attendees
- Will be able to state at least three key facts about the measures passed on November 4
- Will learn two key facts about the measures that didn’t pass on November 4th and what impact they may have had if successful.
- Will be able to state at least one positive and one negative outcome of each measure passed.
- Will gain an understanding of the new political landscape and what that may mean for the future of Bay Area planning and development.