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APA Florida Black History Month Series - Shared screen with gallery view
Lindsay Slautterback
32:52
Hi everyone! Please feel free to leave any questions or comments here in the chat, and they will be answered during the Q+A session at the end. Enjoy!
Nancy Morrissey
52:31
thank you
Kenneth Kilpatrick
55:14
Mr. Harris, Brownsville was established in May 1916 by W.L. Brown, a black farmer
Joan Oliva
01:00:34
Great opening and introductions!
Christine Rupp
01:02:04
Dade Heritage Trust is o proud to help fund this great work by Plusurbia.
Joan Oliva
01:02:19
Excellent opening presentation by Ken Kilpatrick which set a great tone!
Joan Oliva
01:08:58
Megan is doing great job with both facilitating and presenting.
Planning
01:14:46
Thanks everyone for the comments so far! We are glad you are here. Yes, the book is available. It is available at the usual places you can purchase books: Amazon, bookshop.org, Barnes and Noble, etc. You can also purchase it from the publisher: https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/W/bo8787511.html
Ennis Davis
01:16:44
Was the SW corner of NW 50th St and NW 31st Ave (Jefferson Reaves Sr. Park) set aside for a park in the original plat?
Ennis Davis
01:16:57
Sorry SE corner
Manuel de Lemos
01:17:36
Amazing presentation Megan!!
Nancy Morrissey
01:17:47
excellent presentation
Nick Lelack
01:19:19
Will this session/presentation be available online following this webinar?
Planning
01:20:12
Hi Nick, yes - it will be available at https://florida.planning.org/professional-growth/equity-diversity-and-inclusion/?cmp=redirect and we will also send a link in an email.
MDC Planning Host
01:22:47
Our primary source of water is the Biscayne aquifer.
Christine Rupp
01:28:36
How many people living their actually use the Metrorail?
Christine Rupp
01:28:46
there
William Harris
01:31:02
What is being done to stall gentrification that many of the improvements are invitational?
MDC Planning Host
01:34:38
Hi Leo - please use the chat to ask your question if you can. Thank you so much!
Lindsay Slautterback
01:34:49
Just a reminder to post your questions in the chat to have them answered during the Q+A portion of this webinar!
Nancy Morrissey
01:39:18
thank you
Lindsay Slautterback
01:40:11
If you enjoyed this presentation, please sign up for the next 2 sessions planned for Black History Month on February 15th and 22nd at this link https://florida.planning.org/professional-growth/equity-diversity-and-inclusion/
Amanda Martin
01:40:31
Is the public involvement documentation available online for the Comp Plan policies allowing higher densities in a historic neighborhood?
Christine Rupp
01:41:43
On one of Rosa's maps, it looks like proposed upzoning and increased density/intensity is happening mainly in single family neighborhoods of color. Is additional density/intensity planned for Pinecrest, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables?
Lindsay Slautterback
01:42:03
Additionally, this webinar is eligible for 1.5 CM credits, and the session number is #9228864 for logging it in the credit log. While this session is not available for the equity credit, the next session on 2/15 will be!
Autumn Cochella
01:43:06
Thank you everyone! Megan, I enjoyed your presentation and would love to see the rest.
MDC Planning Host
01:45:16
Thank you Jorge!
Joan Oliva
01:47:51
My apology. Great job facilitating session Sarah!!!
Rachael Kangas
01:47:57
Kenneth- in your experience what is the biggest barrier to getting community members involved in preservation efforts? What measures have you found effective in getting folks involved and keeping them involved during the process?
Cindy Dwyer
01:58:41
Are higher densities proposed along the transit corridors optional?
Rachael Kangas
02:01:21
Thank you so much!
Rosen Gordon
02:01:30
Thank you so much for this webinar! I learned so much about Brownsville today!
Lindsay Slautterback
02:01:53
https://florida.planning.org/professional-growth/equity-diversity-and-inclusion/
Lindsay Slautterback
02:01:58
you can register at the link above!
Rachael Kangas
02:02:08
Great webinar and series, thanks so much to all involved!