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1 Long Island Regional Planning Council By Michael E. White Executive Director

2 Long Island Regional Planning Council VOTING MEMBERS  John D. Cameron, Jr., Chair  Paul Tonna, Vice Chair  V. Elaine Gross, Secretary  Jeffrey Kraut, Treasurer  Hon. Steve Bellone  Peter Elkowitz  Richard Guardino  Grant Hendricks  Hon. Jon Kaiman  Hon. Paul Pontieri  Theresa Sanders  Hon. George Starkie EX OFFICIO MEMBERS  Hon. Steve Levy  Hon. Tom Suozzi  Patricia Bourne  Tom Isles  Gilbert Anderson  Raymond Ribeiro  Howard Weitzman  Joseph Sawicki  William Lindsay  Diane Yatauro  Maria Carney  Humayan Chaudhry  Patrick G. Duggan  Patrick A. Heaney

3 Long Island Regional Planning Council Mission Statement The Long Island Regional Planning Council is established to represent the various interests and needs of all Long Islanders in providing education, research, planning, advocacy and leadership for the Nassau–Suffolk Region on important issues affecting the quality of life on Long Island for the express purpose of promoting the physical, economic and social health of the Region. The Long Island Regional Planning Council is established to represent the various interests and needs of all Long Islanders in providing education, research, planning, advocacy and leadership for the Nassau–Suffolk Region on important issues affecting the quality of life on Long Island for the express purpose of promoting the physical, economic and social health of the Region. In furtherance of its goals, the Long Island Regional Planning Council shall disseminate valuable information, serve as a regional forum for discourse and debate on key issues affecting Long Island, identify and address impediments and obstacles to resolving such issues, utilize the inherent powers entrusted to it to effectuate positive change and assemble the available resources necessary to develop a comprehensive plan which shall serve as a blueprint for implementation of the Region’s long-range planning goals and strategies. In furtherance of its goals, the Long Island Regional Planning Council shall disseminate valuable information, serve as a regional forum for discourse and debate on key issues affecting Long Island, identify and address impediments and obstacles to resolving such issues, utilize the inherent powers entrusted to it to effectuate positive change and assemble the available resources necessary to develop a comprehensive plan which shall serve as a blueprint for implementation of the Region’s long-range planning goals and strategies.

4 LI 2035 Regional Visioning Initiative Develop a public consensus on where the next generation of residents of Long Island could be housed, the transportation systems needed to support these settlement patterns and the actions needed to ensure that prosperity is broadly and equitably shared. Develop a public consensus on where the next generation of residents of Long Island could be housed, the transportation systems needed to support these settlement patterns and the actions needed to ensure that prosperity is broadly and equitably shared. Evaluate alternate futures by “Triple Bottom Line.” Evaluate alternate futures by “Triple Bottom Line.” Economic Prosperity Social and Racial Equity Environmental Sustainability

5 LI 2035 Regional Comprehensive Sustainability Plan  Develop an action plan to secure the sustainable development of Long Island’s economy and social and natural environment over the next 25 to 30 years.  A comprehensive island – wide review, under the leadership of the LIRPC and with the oversight of Nassau and Suffolk Counties, in collaboration with municipal, business, environmental, philanthropic, not – for – profit, civic and community leaders.  Strive for regional social and racial equity as a core concern.

6 Long Island Key Regional Issues  Property Taxes  A Sustainable Economy  Affordable Housing  Environmental Protection  Social and Racial Equity  Available Health Care  Quality Education  Reliable, Renewable and Clean Energy  Efficient Transportation  Emergency Preparedness  Quality of Life

7 Thematic Areas Economy Industry GrowthIndustry Growth EmploymentEmployment Tax BaseTax Base Population DiversityPopulation DiversityInfrastructure TransportationTransportation WaterWater Waste and WastewaterWaste and Wastewater EnergyEnergyResources GovernmentGovernment InstitutionInstitution CommunityCommunity NatureNature DevelopmentDevelopment Land UseLand Use HousingHousing Open Space and AmenitiesOpen Space and Amenities Brownfield RedevelopmentBrownfield Redevelopment

8 Project Scope Stage 1Identification and Analysis Identify Vision and Set GoalsIdentify Vision and Set Goals Develop “No Action” Baseline ScenarioDevelop “No Action” Baseline Scenario Identify Future Trends that Affect SustainabilityIdentify Future Trends that Affect Sustainability Stage 2 Develop Sustainable Strategies Develop Sustainable Strategies and InitiativesDevelop Sustainable Strategies and Initiatives Identify Early Action StrategiesIdentify Early Action Strategies Develop Preferred Strategies for RefinementDevelop Preferred Strategies for Refinement

9 Project Scope Stage 3 Integrated Action Plan Assess Government Impact of StrategiesAssess Government Impact of Strategies Develop Integrated StrategyDevelop Integrated Strategy Forecast Future 2035 Sustainable ConditionForecast Future 2035 Sustainable Condition Present Final ReportPresent Final ReportImplementation

10 Long Island Regional Planning Council First Annual Planning Summit 1864 Muttontown Road Syosset, N.Y. 11791 (516) 571-7613 mwhite@nassaucountyny.gov Michael.white@suffolkcountyny.gov


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