Alternative concepts presented at August 4 meeting
A public workshop with the Concord City Council was held on Saturday, Aug. 4 to discuss key alternative concepts for the Reuse Plan for the Concord Naval Weapons Station including land use intensity on the site, land uses and transit, open space and neighborhood buffering.
The alternative concepts presented at the meeting were based on input from public workshops held March 17, April 21 and June 16, and meetings of the Community Advisory Committee as well as technical information gathered by the Project Team.
More than 30 people spoke during the public comment period at the workshop, which was attended by approximately 200 people. Public input from the workshop will help direct the project team in defining a range of alternative concepts which will be presented to the City Council this fall for consideration for inclusion in an Environmental Impact Report (EIR).
The City Council is scheduled to consider adoption of a single Reuse Plan alternative only after the EIR is completed in mid-2008. All alternatives will be analyzed to an equal level of detail in the EIR.
The Project Team presentation from the August 4 meeting is available below. Please note that the timetable presented during the workshop for dates going forward may be changed.
|August 4 presentation||14 MB|