Public Investment Action Plan (PIAP) Concept Proposals
the City's Public Investment Action Plan (PIAP), the Community & Economic
Development Office (CEDO) received fifty concept proposals during a
two-month Request for Concepts period for infrastructure improvements on the
waterfront. You can view the proposals in the CONCEPT tabs above. Between
May 16 and June 4, 2013, the Public Investment Team (PIT) met three times in
open, deliberative meetings to review project concepts and advance a total of
29 proposals in 3 categories forward to the next round. Projects moving to
the second round are marked, "ADVANCED."
the summer and early fall, the 29 finalists responded to a Request For
Proposals issued by the City, with final proposals due October 17, 2013.
The City received 9 final proposals - five from private entities and four from
the public sector - many of which were proposals submitted by several of the 29
finalists combining together. Elements of those final proposals can be
found under the FINAL PROPOSALS tab above, where you can also comment on the
can also find the proposals at the reference desk of the Fletcher Free Library,
with comment forms that will be passed on to the Mayor for
Houses were held in the City Hall lobby the week of November 11th,
with comments from those forwarded to the Public Investment Team.
Final proposals have now been discussed and scored by
the Public Investment Team at two public meetings, which were held November 20
and 21 in City Hall. Scores for each proposal from the Public Investment
Team can be viewed under the FINAL PROPOSALS tab above.
After scores and comments are advanced to the Mayor's office, the
Mayor will create a project slate to go before City Council Committees, and
finally a City Council vote in January to put the projects on the March ballot
for a public vote.
be directed to Nate Wildfire, CEDO's Assistant Director for Economic
Development, at email@example.com.