Daily Planet Staff
Southside residents have complained that a multi-tiered city and university planning process obfuscates the interrelationship between land-use, transportation, and housing issues in the south-of-campus area.
So the Planning Commission took a stab at bringing a range of concerns together in one forum Wednesday night.
“There’s a lack of comprehensive planning,” Susan Cerny told commissioners, university planning staff and some 35 other attendees at the workshop.
There are at least three planning efforts running along parallel tracts:
• A draft Underhill Area Environmental Impact Report; this process addresses the impacts of projects proposed by the university, including a parking structure for some 1,000 cars – or 1,400 vehicles when attendant-parked – with a sports