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THE CITY OF <br /> Planning Commission <br /> I1<13 ,,, Agenda Report <br /> LEASANTON March 13, 2019 <br /> Item 8.a. <br /> SUBJECT: Committee, Commission, and Task Force List <br /> Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Committee <br /> Advise the Parks and Recreation Commission and the City's Traffic Engineering Division on <br /> bicycle, pedestrian and trail related items. The committee reviews and prioritizes potential <br /> projects, provides input on policies related to bikeways and trails, and promotes community <br /> education and awareness regarding non-motorized forms of transportation. <br /> Meeting Time: Fourth Monday of each month at 6:45 p.m. <br /> Meeting Location: Pleasanton Senior Center, 5353 Sunol Blvd., Pleasanton <br /> Representative: Commissioner Ritter <br /> Alternate: Commissioners Allen and Brown <br /> Civic Arts Commission <br /> Promote the acquisition, construction and installment of works of public art in Pleasanton. <br /> Make recommendations to the City Council regarding the City Civic Arts Program. <br /> Meeting Time: First Monday of each month at 7 p.m. <br /> Meeting Location: City Council Chamber, 200 Old Bernal Ave., Pleasanton <br /> Staff Contact: Michele Crose, Community Services Manager, 931-5347 <br /> Downtown Specific Plan Update Task Force <br /> The Downtown Specific Plan (DSP), adopted in 2002, serves as a guide for the future <br /> development and preservation of the Downtown area and address issues such as land use, <br /> transportation, parking, historic preservation, design and beautification, and economic vitality. <br /> The key objective for the DSP update is to complete a comprehensive update of the plan to <br /> better reflect community priorities and incorporate more recent downtown land use and policy <br /> changes. In addition, the DSP Task Force will evaluate and provide recommendations for land <br /> uses on the existing civic center site in coordination with the Civic Center Master Plan. <br /> Meeting Time: Fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. <br /> Meeting Location: City Council Chamber, 200 Old Bernal Ave., Pleasanton <br /> Representatives: Commissioners Brown and Ritter <br /> Alternate: Commissioner Allen <br /> Economic Vitality Committee <br /> Assess the current and ongoing business climate in the City of Pleasanton and offer <br /> suggestions and recommendations to the City Council intended to maintain a strong economic <br /> development base in the City. <br /> Meeting Time: Third Thursday of each month at 7:30 a.m. <br /> Meeting Location: Remillard Conference Room, 3333 Busch Rd., Pleasanton <br /> Staff Contact: Pamela Ott, Director of Economic Development, 931-5040 <br /> Committee, Commission, and Task Force List, March 13, 2019 Page 1 of 2 <br />tent with the General Plan Wildlands Overlay and Public Health and Safety <br /> land use designations,which preserve open space resources throughout the city. <br /> Planning Process <br /> The Downtown Specific Plan update process began in January 2017.Throughout the update <br /> process,City staff and the professional services team conducted outreach and met regularly <br /> with a 10-member Task Force consisting of City Council members,Planning Commissioners, <br /> representatives from Pleasanton Downtown Association and the City's Economic Vitality <br /> Committee,and at-large members appointed by City Council. The Task Force has provided <br /> guidance on the DSP's vision, options and alternatives for the transportation network, new <br /> uses for the existing civic center site,regulations for ground floor uses,a"base"land use plan, <br /> and corresponding set of strategies,and draft plan policies.The Proposed Plan was drafted <br /> in late 2018 based on feedback from the Task Force,input from the community,and guidance <br /> from City Council. <br /> 2 <br />IR Planning Commission <br /> 2 of 5 <br />eral Plan identifies land use compatibility standards for <br /> different land uses. For instance, noise levels between 60 and 75 decibels on the day-night <br /> equivalent level (Ldn) are considered conditionally acceptable in single-family residential <br />