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Comment Response Matrix PLANiTULSA Comprehensive Plan February 2010

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Consent Log – Updated for posting June 2, 2010 PLANITULSA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CONSOLIDATED TABLE OF CONSENT ITEMS SUMMARY OF TMAPC ACTION The PLANiTULSA Consolidated Table of CONSENT items is a record of public comments and review of the Comprehensive Plan draft as published on January 12, 2010, including decisions taken by the TMAPC. Text and graphic corrections, additions and revisions as directed by TMAPC forced text layout shifts, which resulted in changes to page numbers, line numbers and paragraph numbers. For purposes of comparison, please note the following notations in this table when comparing January 12 version to the June 1, 2010 version, published and posted at this time. • January 12, 2010 draft page numbers will appear in brackets such as [Page 56]. • June 1, 2010 Final Drain red without brackets, such as Page 57.   • Changes that were prescribed for multiple locations and multiple chapters will not include page numbers. TMAPC Action through 4/28/10  PLANiTULSA Consolidated Table of CONSENT Items – TMAPC ACTION  1  Consent Log – Updated for posting June 2, 2010 PLANITULSA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CONSOLIDATED TABLE OF CONSENT ITEMS TMAPC action appears in the last column. Item # Chapter Consent Items Suggested Action TMAPC ACTION Page Source Item 1. INCOG Website and I would like to make you aware of an incorrect statement Language has been clarified on Clarify with underlined language Document that is appearing in the plan ...
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PLANITULSA COMPREHENSIVEPLAN CONSOLIDATEDTABLE OFCONSENTITEMS SUMMARY OF TMAPC ACTION
The PLANiTULSA Consolidated Table of CONSENT items is a record of public comments and review of the Comprehensive Plan draft as published on January 12, 2010, including decisions taken by the TMAPC. Text and graphic corrections, additions and revisions as directed by TMAPC forced text layout shifts, which resulted in changes to page numbers, line numbers and paragraph numbers. For purposes of comparison, please note the following notations in this table when comparing January 12 version to the June 1, 2010 version, published and posted at this time.  12, 2010 draft page numbers will appear in brackets such as January[Page 56].  June 1, 2010 Final Draft page numbers will appear in red without brackets, such asPage 57.  Changes that were prescribed for multiple locations and multiple chapters will not include page numbers. 
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Consent Log  Updated for posting June 2, 2010 PLANITULSA COMPREHENSIVEPLAN CONSOLIDATEDTABLE OFCONSENTITEMS TMAPC action appears in the last column. Item # Chapter Consent Items Suggested Action Pa e Source Item 1. INCOGWebsite and Document
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I would like to make you aware of an incorrect statementLanguage has been clarified on Clarify with underlined language that is a earin in the lan document and on our website.website. 2.5 The Land Use Plan: The TMAPC ado ts the lan and the cit council a rovesClarify with underlined languageIs adopted by TMAPC and the plan the reverse is the way it is being presented. I have2.5 The Land Use Plan: by City Council. approved tried to em hasize this distinction ever time I see it but to no avail. This is not m inter retation but State StatutesIs adopted by TMAPCli yb dednema sIprovd apC anTMAPuocnytC  yiCdeb (Title 19, Section 863.7) language where the authority isand approved by City . derived. The very first sentence in 19-863.7 states, TheCouncil. commission shall make, ado t, and ma ublish a masterI sed dmane TbyPCMAd app aevoryb dtiC  y lan of the munici alit , and of the unincor orated area ofil. noC the county. Further it states, The council and/or boardunc ma a rove the lan in whole or in art, or return the lan or an ortion thereof to the commission for furtherThe PLANiTULSA team has consideration. For some unknown reason from theconsistently respected the role of be innin there has been an effort to minimize the role theboth the TMAPC and the City TMAPC has in the com lan to em hasize the cit s role. I the preparation andCouncil in plan to make sure this correction is made in the TMAPC Plan.eview of the Com ve public hearing.iCyt na dht ee TMAPC  pBroethehn stihr Council are tremendously important to the success and implementation of PLANiTULSA. The team has tried to use common language -rather than technical jargon - where possible to make the plan as easy
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to read and access as possible. In addition to the legal authority for review, TMAPC has the background and depth of understanding of land use issues necessary to review and adopt the plan. The City has additional tools to implement the plan. The team’s approach has always been that TMAPC and City Council both play critical roles in plan development.2. Michelle of Vision statementunder certain sections (i.e.,Vision Structure section headings consistent. MakeWill make section headings Cantrell you have a how we get there section, but not all.General housing),consistent DocumentReason?3. Elaine Meek last night's meeting, there was discussion about adding AtVision DocumentAdd to Vision  an Education component to the PlaniTulsa master plan. A Page 11suggestion for what we should add is pasted below.  Thank you for your work on this project. Secondary public education is a critical component of this plan. Although the Tulsa, Union and Jenks public school districts are independent of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission and city government, the intent of this plan is to encourage effective and quality public education for all our children. As part of the PLANiTulsa master plan,
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Insert into Visionpage 10/11 spread): Support Education and Learning Although the Tulsa, Union and Jenks public school districts are independent entities, Tulsans want to encourage healthy lifestyles for our children, and create a city that is conducive to learning. Our children and families need clean air and water; safe routes to schools for walking and biking; parks and open spaces for recreation; access to grocery 
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stores with healthy food choices; high quality public libraries; and cultural resources and museums.  Tulsans also want thriving postsecondary educational opportunities including community colleges, vocational and technical training centers, and colleges and universities. Educational facilities are highly supported by public and private partnerships.  Educational institutions and the City are partners in planning and developing improvements to local transportation, like improving sidewalks, streets and crossings, and public transportation. The public schools are included when planning residential and business development in our city, and should be considered when parks, libraries and other amenities are affected. 
we want to encourage healthy lifestyles for our children, and create a physical environment conducive to learning. To achieve these goals, we should provide clean air and water to the Tulsa area; safe, walkable routes to schools; parks and open spaces for recreation; convenient grocery stores with healthy food choices; high quality public libraries; and cultural resources and museums. We also want post-secondary education to thrive, including community colleges, vocational and technical training centers, and colleges and universities, to attract new businesses and residents, and to encourage young adults to remain in Tulsa. The public schools and other educational institutions should be included as partners when changes and improvements are made to local transportation (including sidewalks, streets and public transit). The public schools should also be included when planning considering residential and business development in our city, and should be consulted when parks, libraries and other amenities are affected. All Maps with City of Tulsa Staff referred comments from recent City the bridge segment from the GIS RemoveConsultant will remove the bridge transportation Council meetings: and Illustrator files used to produce layerssegment from the GIS layers and network visible the PLANiTULSA maps.Illustrator files used to produce the rTehmeopvreodpofrsoemdtShoeutFhalTlu2l0s0a9BdrirdagfteoaftOYuarleViasinodn1F2o1rstTulwsaas. all maps throughout Our Vision f Update rPLANiTULSA maps. o All ma will ted For the final draft of the Vision and Plan, it has been ePg cysnn tlmaeteh wtihhlei Pto  a.sdl dnaer seuvTomasliois VurTur fon htortuO guohps upda be  proposed that the consultant remove the bridge alignment and the Policy Plan with the from the GIS coverage and Illustrator files used to produce TMAPC Action through 4/28/10 PLANiTULSA Consolidated Table of CONSENT Items  TMAPC ACTION 4  
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Consent Log  Updated for posting June 2, 2010 Item # Chapter Consent Items Suggested Action TMAPC ACTION Pa e Source Item the maps, because a faint line still appears on a number ofsegments removed. maps. 5. Public 6, the last bullet e aVision Vision, word or a is missin oint text: CorrectCorrect text: [Page 6] hrase.  Page 6 city has the ability to monitor trends, TheThe city has the ability to monitor  ottrends, s ot s o ke o ke and ortunities ortunities and meet  meet challenges strategically. challenges strategically. 6. MichelleVision Bullet sentence. point 5 under Economy: incomplete amended text: add “city”:Suggested amended text: add Suggested Cantrell[Page 6]“city”: The city has the ability to monitor trends, Page 6 key opportunities and meet spotThe city has the ability to monitor  challenges strategically.trends, spot key opportunities and meet challenges strategically. 7. MichelleVision On the vision map, still have downtown designation over a AdjustAdjust the Downtown area on the the Downtown area on the Vision Cantrell[Page 13] neighborhood. historicVision map so that the Downtown so that the Downtown designation map Page 13 avoids areas with Historic Districtdesignation avoids areas with Historic District designation north of designation north of the IDL and west of the IDL and west of Peoria, Peoria, between 15thand 21ststreets. between 15thand 21ststreets. 8. INCOG map does not show the Tulsa Community CollegeVision This updated per comment. MapAs noted previously when this was [Page 13] Southeast campus (81st and US 169). This has been notedbrought up, we want to keep this mapPage 13on numerous previous reviews of the draft plan.map uncluttered so are not showing Recommended Action: place TCC Southeast on map orall of the higher education Vision Mapdelete all higher education sitescampuses. However, since this is an issue that is too minor to allocate TMAPC time discussing we recommend adding the TCC SE Campus to the map. We will do our best to retain the clarity of the map.  TMAPC Action through 4/28/10 PLANiTULSA Consolidated Table of CONSENT Items  TMAPC ACTION 5  
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Item # Chapter Pa e Source Item  9. MichelleVision Cantrell[Page 15] Page 15
10. Michelle Cantrell 11. INCOG
12. Michelle Cantrell
Vision [Page 32] Page 34 Vision [Page 43] Page 43 Photo
Vision [Page 43] Page 43
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TMAPC hasnt yet received the downtown planjust want to text to read: AmendAmend text to read: be clear that it still needs approval before part of the com rehensive plan. Says doesnt invalidate existingDetailed planning concepts for planspincludingthedistrictplans?Whatifthereare se.sT ehinlg  lcrotnccaeap tps  rfaolradl owpoetdn woon enenu Tdselv eaeDliatwpi kd en ntahlack l tr thewithiNUTP ALrpcoSL Aebe e vbavhe haalsolvueTd ennw oan tnoow ddepellarap contradictions?e the PLANiTULSA process. The 2009 draft Downtown Tulsa Master Plan, 2009 draft Downtown Tulsa Master pending adoption by the TMAPC, will Plan, pending adoption by the serve as a small area plan under for the TMAPC, will serve as a small area city. plan under for the city. Most of Tulsas housing stock will consist OF (not UP). language CorrectMost of Tulsas housing stock will consist OF (not UP). 
This is a European picture showing vehicles driving on image as shown below ReverseVisualization image was reversed the left side of the road.Recommended Action: Findin layout process. picture that shows drivers on the right side of theCorrect ima e. road
 CSD ensures that transportation facilities Should that beCorrect to read CSS CSS?
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Item # Chapter Consent Items Pa e Source Item 13. MichelleVision Step 5 refers to page 28 for prototypes of new development.Remove page reference, this refers Remove page reference, this refers to a Cantrell[Page 44] draft of the Vision. previousto a previous draft of the Vision. Page 4414. INCOG 15. Public
Vision text says; "The city will adopt the comprehensive plan." [PPaaggee4455 ]rTRehefemmoctate stect the t  olc ahgndeulhobed tee  sxtnoithT :ednecA d ah t tesirquret ha tegaugnal yrotutaArgee01T /902hguorhuoTMAP to  2/1C on gol egndedivorpins  id,ha che t :tn eks ru e tod camconsistethis is  sThe Comprehensive Plan: First paragraph, TCoMuAnPcCil  aadpoprpto vthees  tChoe mPplraen htehnsrievaef tPelr.a n and the City Is adopted by TMAPC and line 3 eapproved by City Council. Is amended by TMAPC and approved by City Council.  Land Use Include that this is not a regulatory document underlined language: AddAdd underlined language: [Page 1 and Page 74] 1: This chapter of Tulsa’sPage 1: This chapter of Tulsa’s Page Page 1 and Plan addresses how OurComprehensive Plan addresses Comprehensive Page 74 for Tulsa will be realized throughhow Our Vision for Tulsa will be Vision Policy 2.6 use of land. The Comprehensive Plan therealized through the use of land. The Comprehensive Plan is not a is not a regulatory document. The goals regulatory document. The goals and policies at the end of this chapter will and policies at the end of this guide the design of the city’s regulatory chapter will guide the design of the system, including the zoning code, rules city’s regulatory system, including governing the subdivision of land, the the zoning code, rules governing interaction of land use and transportation the subdivision of land, the and economic development. interaction of land use and transportation and economic Add to Land Use Policy 2.6 (pg. 74):
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development. The Comprehensive Plan is a policy guide, not a regulatory document. The Land Use Add to Land Use Policy 2.6 (pg. Plan is not intended, nor should it be used, 74): to affect decisions that are permitted by The Comprehensive Plan is a the zoning code by right. policy guide, not a regulatory document. The Land Use Plan is not intended, nor should it be used, to affect decisions that are permitted by the zoning code by right. This map does not show TCC Southeast campus (81st and updated per comment. MapAs noted previously when this was US 169) Recommended Action: place TCC Southeast onbrought up, we want to keep this map or delete all higher education sitesmap uncluttered so are not showing all of the higher education campuses. However, since this is an issue that is too minor to allocate TMAPC time discussing we recommend adding the TCC SE Campus to the map. We will do our best to retain the clarity of the map. 17. INCOG still references "the City's planning department",Land Use ThisAgreeThe developer worked closely with the city  in fact the developer worked with a number of staff[Page 3] when in realizing the project." Page 3departments and agencies to get approval of the project.  he co sultant is referencing the City Planning If t n Sidebar Department, the proper words should be capitalized. Recommend wording "The developer worked closely 4th and 5th lineswith the city staff in realizing the project." from bottom TMAPC Action through 4/28/10 PLANiTULSA Consolidated Table of CONSENT Items  TMAPC ACTION  
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The title lists it as population to 2008, but the bar chartAgree only shows it to 2006.Correct either title or label for consistencySubtext should read "The City's share of the metropolitanAgree area's"
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Correct either title or label for consistency 
"The City's share of the metropolitan area's" 
Label should read "Tulsa County (except City of Tulsa) 
18. INCOGLand Use YES[Page 8] Page 8 Chart 4 19. INCO GLand Use [Page 8] Page 8 Chart 4 20. INCOG Tulsa County data on the pie chart reflects all of TulsaLand Use TheAgree [Page 8] T Page 8 ulsaCounty population outside of the City of (unincorporated and City of Tulsa)Recommended Chart 5change: Label should read "Tulsa County (except City of Tulsa)21. INCOG City of Tulsa's corporate limits includes 200 square TheLand Use 182Agree, can amend text.Change "182 square miles" to "200 square [Page 11 Page 11]Rmielecso.mThmisenindceluddAecstitohen:WCahgaonngeer "C1o8u2n tsyqAunarnee xmatiiloens."toy.phraogges suen on tsed s bas wa00C  s02tiyehC quse arlemimiles" First paragraph"200 square miles"Second line 22. INCOG floodplain layer does not reflect the current or previous TheLand Use original map.The floodplains shown are based Retained map City of Tulsa regulatory floodplain map nor the FEMA[Page 11]on a floodplain survey CAD file Page 11floodplain map.Map should reflect the City of Tulsaprovided by the City of Tulsa Public Figure5regulatory floodplain map, which has been previouslySpring ment in W Deporks,tnemtraeht aiv innnla PrtpaDeg TMAPC Action through 4/28/10 PLANiTULSA Consolidated Table of CONSENT Items  TMAPC ACTION  
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23. INC OGLand Use [Page 11] Page 11 Figure 5 24. MichelleLand Use Cantrell[Page 13] Page 1325. INCOGLand Use [Page 13] Page 13Right column Line 1 26. INCOGLand Use  map[Page 13] Page 13Figure 7 27. INCOG Land Use [Page 13] Page 13Figure 7 TMAPC Action through 4/28/10  
provided to the consultant.
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2008.  By request of the city, the consultant digitized the Public Works’ map. It was used in the plan maps, because it more accurately reflects floodplains than the data on the City’s shapefile. The digitized version will be provided to the City and INCOG for their use. AgreeChange source to INCOG Source on surface limestone is INCOG, not City of Tulsa. Change source to INCOG
Rredevelopment
Correct spelling.
Figure notation refers to "XX" and should be corrected.Agree Reference Figure 7 
Rredevelopment to Redevelopment  
Figure notation refers to "XX" and should be corrected. Reference Figure 7 
The figure shows substantial floodplains (Bird Creek) and willAgreed, will amend map to screen amend map to screen these areas out rock quarries as redevelopable lands. These areas arethese areas out as opportunity as opportunity areas. not easily redevelopable and should be excluded fromareas. Tulsa's "redevelopment opportunity areas" Add title to legend to indicate what the valuation is based on. title with: valuation is dollars per acreYes, valuation is dollars per acre. Add For example is this cost per acre?Agree to add title.
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Item # Source 28. INCOG 29. 30. INCOG 31. INCOG 32. INCOG
Chapter Pa e Item Land Use [Page 14] Page 14Chart 6 Land Use, [Page 14] Page 14Chart 7 Land Use [Page 14] Page 14Chart 7 Land Use [Page 16] Page 16 Table 3 Land Use [Page 31] Page 31 Second paragraph
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Natural increase seems to be missing from the bar chart,Agree. Re-do legend Re-do legend but is indicated in the legend. Or colors are not consistent The legend has no x-axis.Revise chart to make data more readable.Three shadings on graph per se, whereas there are fourcorrect chart on page 14 forWill  subject to making the legend and Approve categories shown. consistent chartconsistent chart/legend
Youth and Young Adults appear to be combined on theAgree. Re-do legend graph, but separate in the legend.Revise chart to reflect all items in the legend
The category "148 - 165,000" should be corrected toAgree "148,000-165,000". Source should also be Fregonese and Associates, in addition to the Census
Approve subject to making the legend and chart consistent
The category "148 - 165,000" should be corrected to "148,000-165,000". Source should also be Fregonese and Associates, in addition to the Census Staff questions the statement that "surface parking lots areStatement about parking is in a reword of last sentence for clarity: not needed or desirable". Suggested rewording: "Surfacediscussion of Downtown Core parking lots should be limited" support downtown’s lively and walkable Tobuilding block – not parking in general. A character, automobile parking urban number of cities have Existing text: moved to discourage surface ideally is located on-street and in Downtown Core is Tulsa’s most intense regional center of parking lots in their downtowns. structured garages, rather than in surface commerce, housing, culture and entertainment. It is an urban We do not recommend that they be parking lots. environment of primarily high density employment and prohibited, but discouraged. mixed-use residential uses, Downtown has a large supply of complemented by regional-scale entertainment, conference, surface parking, and it will take a tourism and educational institutions. Downtown core is long time to replace it with buildings primarily a pedestrian-oriented area with generous sidewalks and structures. PLANiTULSA Consolidated Table of CONSENT Items  TMAPC ACTION 
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