Public Notices: IDO Public Process Training

spdna slider events ido public process training 2018

spdna slider events ido public process training 2018

—–Original Message—–
From: Office of Neighborhood Coordination <onc@cabq.gov>
To: Office of Neighborhood Coordination <onc@cabq.gov>
Sent: Wed, Oct 10, 2018 11:50 am
Subject: Public Process Training

 

Join us at our Integrated Development Ordinance Public Process Training.
We are thrilled to present the following highly anticipated training for neighborhood leaders and current and prospective applicants to the City’s review and approval process.  This training will be held on two different days at the same location. All are invited.
Date: Monday, November 5, 2018
Time: 12:00-1:30 PM
Location: Plaza del Sol Building
Address: 600 2nd Street NW, Basement Hearing Room
 
 
OR
Date: Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Time: 5:30-7:00 PM
Location: Plaza del Sol Building
Address: 600 2nd Street NW, Basement Hearing Room
Food will be provided. Free parking is available in the Plaza del Sol parking lot.
On May 17, 2018 the City of Albuquerque’s Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) took effect.  The IDO is a single book that includes all of the land use and zoning regulations that relate to development in Albuquerque.
How, tangibly, do these changes impact you? More specifically: How can applicants more clearly describe their project in the public notice process? What does a neighborhood association do once an offer for a neighborhood meeting or a public notice arrives?  What do neighborhood associations do with the materials emailed or mailed to them by an applicant?  How does an association go about evaluating a proposal per the new IDO requirements?  What City resources are available to applicants that are interested in submitting a development proposal?
At this IDO Public Process Training you can expect to learn about:
·         ONC’s process per the Neighborhood Association Recognition Ordinance
·         IDO  meeting requirements – neighborhood vs facilitated meeting
·         The value of the neighborhood meeting process
·         IDO  notice requirements – What to send and who to send it to
·         Applicant responsibilities
·         Neighborhood Association responsibilities
·         The annual IDO update process
·         What options are available when potential conflict arises within the process
Who Should Attend?
·         Neighborhood Association leaders
·         Employees of established Planning & Engineering Firms
·         Potential Applicants who have never submitted an application before
How Do I Get Signed Up to Attend?
·         Come with questions, ideas, and a willingness to learn from fellow participants.
·         Space is limited so please RSVP by responding to this email or calling our office at 768-3334.
If you require special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact ONC at 768-3334 at least three days before the meeting date. TTY 711.
The Office of Neighborhood Coordination Staff
Phone: 505-768-3334