Community Engagement Sample Clauses

Community Engagement. The HSP will engage the community of diverse persons and entities in the area where it provides health services when setting priorities for the delivery of health services and when developing plans for submission to the LHIN including but not limited to CAPS and integration proposals. As part of its community engagement activities, the HSPs will have in place and utilize effective mechanisms for engaging families, caregivers, clients, residents, patients and other individuals who use the services of the HSP, to help inform the HSP plans, including the HSP’s contribution to the establishment and implementation by the LHIN of geographic sub-regions in its local health system.
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Community Engagement. The community engagement process is consistent with the intent of the HRM Community Engagement Strategy. The level of community engagement was information sharing, achieved through providing information and seeking comments through the HRM website and signage posted on the subject site. A public information meeting and public hearing are not required for a non-substantive amendment to a development agreement. The decision on the amendment is made by resolution of Community Council.
Community Engagement. Freshman Year Seminar courses include a community engagement component; in addition, all undergraduates must take a 3-unit lower or upper division course designated as a Community Engagement Course.
Community Engagement. Additional courses may transfer upon review of the syllabus and other requested documentation. Freshman Year Seminar courses include a community engagement component; in addition, all students must take a 3-unit lower or upper division course designated as a Community Engagement Course. Such a course engages faculty, students, and community in mutually beneficial and respectful collaboration, and requires students to complete at least 15 hours of community work. These interactions address community-identified needs, deepen students’ civic and academic learning, enhance community well-being, and enrich the scholarship of the institution.
Community Engagement. The community engagement process is consistent with the intent of the HRM Community Engagement Strategy, the HRM Charter, and the Public Participation Program approved by Council as outlined in the staff report dated September 20, 2021. The level of community engagement was consultation, achieved through providing information and seeking comments through the HRM website, signage posted on the subject site, letters/ fact sheet mailed to 542 property owners within the notification area as shown on Map 2 (for Case 23746), and a virtual public information meeting held on June 10, 2021 (Case 22896). Comments received from the fact sheet mailout in October 2021 (Case 23746) regarding the removal of the (proposed) Bayview Road walkway were as follows: • Two emails in favour of removing the proposed walkway; and • Seven emails opposed to removing the proposed walkway. The virtual Public Information meeting held on June 10, 2021 (for Case 22896) regarding the requested amendments to the development agreement was attended by 44 members of the public. While the request to remove one of the pedestrian walkways was not specifically introduced to attendees of the meeting, the topic of encouraging pedestrian travel and cycling was discussed. Attachment D contains a summary of the comments from the meeting. The public comments received include the following topics, many of which were related to and considered at the time of the original approval of the agreements in 2018: • Comments re: traffic impacts of the Seton Ridge development on existing streets and overall neighbourhood. Specific traffic concerns on Briarwood Crescent may be dealt with separately; • Grading, drainage and the provision of berms near the Lacewood Dr./Seton Rd. intersection; • Concern re: any additional tree removal, protection of the pond, and design of the parks; • Questions and concerns related to blasting activities and noise; • Whether the provision of a new school or impact on existing schools was taken into consideration; • Questions regarding water pressure and the burying of electrical utilities; • Impact of density on existing neighbourhood and clarification of proposed population/ units; • Whether affordable housing will be provided; and • Questions/ comments over funding and costs related to a stand-alone heat plant. A public hearing must be held by Regional Council and Community Council before consideration can be given to the approval of the proposed MPS and development agreement amendm...
Community Engagement. The community engagement process has been consistent with the intent of the HRM Community Engagement Strategy. The level of community engagement for his application was consultation, achieved through providing information and seeking comments through the HRM website, signage posted on the subject site, letters mailed to property owners within the notification area and a public open house held on June 7, 2017. Attachment D contains a copy of the notes from the meeting. The public comments received include the following topics: Case 20719: Development Agreement 5516, 5530 and 0000 Xxxxx Xx, Halifax Community Council Report - 4 - May 22, 2018 • Attractive design; and • Parking concerns in the neighbourhood. Should Community Council decide to proceed with a public hearing, in addition to the published newspaper advertisements, property owners within the notification area shown on Map 2 will be notified of the hearing by regular mail. The HRM website will also be updated to indicate notice of the public hearing. A public hearing is not required for the DA discharge, as the Halifax Regional Municipality Charter provides a mechanism for the Halifax West Community Council to discharge the existing development agreement. Part VIII, Section 244, identifies that Council may discharge a development agreement, in whole or in part, in accordance with the terms of the agreement or with the concurrence of the property owner. The Charter does not require a public hearing for the discharge of an agreement or a portion thereof. A development agreement may be discharged by resolution of Community Council. The proposal will potentially impact local residents and property owners. Halifax Peninsula Planning Advisory Committee On June 26, 2017, the Halifax Peninsula Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) recommended that the application be approved. The recommendations of the PAC on the application are sent to Community Council by means of a separate report. HPPAC did note concerns over the setback on the east side of the development and the relatively large blank wall. The building was revised to increase this setback to 1.83 m (6 ft.) and the development agreement requires a landscaped buffer within this setback that includes mixed plantings and shrubs. PAC also recommended a 2 storey streetwall, but a three storey streetwall was determined to better hold the proportion of the building.
Community Engagement. The community engagement process is consistent with the intent of the HRM Community Engagement Strategy. The level of community engagement was consultation, achieved through a Public Information Meeting (PIM) held on June 18, 2015 and a sign posted on the site. Notices of the Public Information Meeting were posted on the HRM website, in the newspaper and mailed to property owners within the notification area shown on Map 2. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS No environmental implications were identified. Case 19857: Development Agreement NE Corner Oxford St. and Young St., Halifax Community Council Report - 3 - March 1, 2016
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Community Engagement. In 2015 the parties identified the following opportunities to promote total health in the communities where we live and work: » integrate Labor into regional community benefit governance councils and service area community benefit groups, as the Executive Director of the Coalition currently sits on the KFHP/H Board of Directors Community Benefit Committee; » establish a Labor Community Health Partner (LCHP) and Community Benefit (CB) lead in each region or service area to work with local community benefit teams: › use existing local labor process to select the LCHP; › their LCHPs’ primary responsibilities are to serve as the local liaisons to Community Benefit efforts and integrate union and Xxxxxx Permanente community work efforts; › jointly review community needs assessments to inform engagement efforts; › develop opportunities to collaborate on interests, strategies and activities; › provide regular updates to, and engage the LMP Council in, support for joint efforts; and › work together to determine and request appropriate release time for the LCHP. » nationally, develop a standard toolkit for volunteers that can be customized locally; the toolkit will include how to represent Xxxxxx Permanente and Labor, safety guidelines and basic community information; » enhance KP Cares to gather interests from all Coalition-represented employees and to aggregate those interests by region and by local area to align efforts; » encourage regions to recognize KP employees for volunteer and community benefit efforts; » develop a campaign for internal awareness of the Total Health community engagement efforts between KP and the Coalition; and » develop strategies to integrate KP members in community efforts.
Community Engagement. The community engagement process is consistent with the intent of the HRM Community Engagement Strategy. The level of community engagement was consultation, achieved through providing information and seeking comments through the HRM website (281 unique page views), signage posted on the subject site and letters mailed to property owners (116 letters mailed) within the notification area. The public comments received include the following topics: • increased traffic volume will impact Highway 7 flow and create longer queues; • apartment type development won’t “work” in this location; should be parkland; • residential development preferred to commercial: townhouses preferred not apartments (less desirable looking); and • concerns about impact on lake health from increased use of motorboats and runoff from parking lots. Halifax Water has reviewed this development application and their operating mandate includes review by Collin’s Park Watershed Advisory Committee (WAC) of development proposals on Lake Loon. Advisory comments were provided by the WAC regarding lake health, buffers, stormwater management and fueling boat motors. The applicant will conform to all Halifax Water requirements through the permitting process. A public hearing must be held by Harbour East-Marine Drive Community Council before they can consider approval of the proposed development agreement. Should Community Council decide to proceed with a public hearing on this application, in addition to the published newspaper advertisements, property owners and residents within the notification area shown on Map 2 will be notified of the hearing by regular mail. Cas 23052: Amending Development Agreement Loonview Lane, Xxxxxxxx Community Council Report - 4 - March 2, 2023 DISCUSSION Staff have reviewed the proposal relative to all relevant policies and advise that it is reasonably consistent with the intent of the MPS. Attachment B provides an evaluation of the proposed amending development agreement in relation to the relevant MPS policies.
Community Engagement. To establish a community engagement plan to share the Integration Task Force report and gather community feedback and input on next steps by December 31, 2020.
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