Zoom Recording for : Aug 1, 6 PM: UCPG Planning Group issues its Agenda for its August 1 meeting


August 1 update: The Zoom recording of the Tuesday, August, 2023 UCPG hybrid meeting is now available for viewing.

To view the Zoom recording, copy the Passcode; then click on the Zoom recording link and enter the Passcode when prompted.

The UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP, Notice of Executive Committee Monthly Meeting in person at 9880 Campus Pointe Drive, Third Floor, Terra Nova Conference Room; with Zoom option, 6:00 P.M. August 1, 2023. This is a HYBRID meeting with Zoom instructions on page 3 of the agenda and at the end of this post. This is a hybrid meeting with the UCPG board required to attend in-person but
with the choice to participate in-person or by Zoom for presenters and members of the public

From University Community Planning Group (UCPG) Chair Chris Nielsen: I’ve attached the agenda for the UCPG meeting on August 1, 2023.  It is a hybrid meeting with the ability for members of the public to attend either in-person or via Zoom. The Zoom link is in the agenda on page 3.

Members of the UCPG board are reminded that they must attend in-person.  Please attend if you are available so we may provide a community group recommendation for the important Torrey Pines State Park project on the agenda.

There is NO August 8 UCPG meeting. Approval of the meeting minutes for July 11 will be deferred until the September 12 UCPG meeting. Agenda highlights for August 1, 2023, include:

  • Item 7 is the selection of a new Vice Chair, replacing Roger Cavnaugh.
  • Item 8 is a request for nominations for Resident seat R3B, vacated by Roger Cavnaugh, and Business seat B2B, vacated by Rebecca Robinson Wood.  Nominations may be made at the meeting, or by email to Chris Nielsen at cn@adsc-xray.com.  The current bylaws will apply.  To run for a seat, a candidate must hold UCPG Resident membership in UCPG district 3 for seat R3B or hold UCPG Business membership in UCPG district 2 for seat B2B and have attended one UCPG meeting in the past 12 months.  Both seats have terms expiring in March 2024.
  • Item 9 is an information item on the Pure Water Project.  Construction will be undergoing a location shift in September.
  • Item 10 is the Torrey Pines State Parks Utility and ADA project.  This is an important project for the state park system and will provide much needed infrastructure improvements for the park.  The project involves both state and city land, and a UCPG community recommendation is requested.  The presentation for this item is attached at: Torrey_pines_utility_ada_improvements_presentation_07-18-23 LR
  • Item 11 is an action item regarding the submission of CIP projects to the city for FY 25-29.  See below for useful information provided by Michaela Valk.  This year the submission process is open to anyone.  I’ll be demonstrating how to fill out the survey, including key points of using exact addresses for the project location and a concise project description.  We’ll review our most recent CIP list and discuss and collect projects that I will in turn place on a list and send to everyone to use in filling out their survey and for a UCPG list.  Surveys are due by August 15; submissions received after that are rolled over to the next CIP survey (FY 26-30).
  • Item 12 is an action item requesting volunteers from the UCPG board and community members to participate in the following areas as we move forward to change our bylaws, policies, and procedures:  bylaws revision, website development to post UCPG materials and promote UCPG meetings and events, and development of a community outreach program.

The next meeting will be September 12, 2023.  There will be no August 8 UCPG meeting.

From Michaela Valk regarding the CIP process: Infrastructure Priorities Survey

Please share this information with the board with the Infrastructure Priorities Survey below, the deadline for individuals to take is August 15 for it to be incorporated in the next five-year outlook.

As mentioned at the Community Planners Committee, the Planning Groups and community members are encouraged to complete the Infrastructure Priorities Survey.

Prior iterations were done bi-annually (on every odd year) only through the Community Planner Committee and Community Planning Group platforms. The survey was open for a brief period of time, and submissions were largely (though not entirely) controlled by the Planning Group Chairs. Once the survey was closed, additional submissions were not accepted.

This current survey methodology is opened to a much broader audience and can be completed by anyone—including the planning groups either collectively or as individuals. The survey will be open year-round to collect input from residents.

Similar to prior processes, survey data collected before August 15 will be sent to the City’s Asset Managing Departments for evaluation and potential inclusion in their programmatic Fiscal Year 2025-2029 five-year Capital Improvement Project submissions to the Engineering and Capital Projects Department.

Unlike prior years, survey data will still be collected after 8/15 and will be considered the first submissions received for the Fiscal Year 2026-2030 outlook report development process. 

Reference: https://www.sandiego.gov/planning/programs/work-programs/infrastructure-prioritization-engagement

CIP Survey: https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/2bf2c022153642e28ed96022a7e3b803?portalUrl=https://webmaps.sandiego.gov/portal

To Use Zoom for this Hybrid Meeting:

Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88914375741?pwd=MTBjcFZhU1U0bWxRU2wrY1NXUzdFdz09

Meeting ID: 889 1437 5741
Passcode: 843437

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