Feedback Summary by Topic September 2010-May 2011

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This document summarizes feedback gathered from: Surveys at Detroit Works Project (DWP) Community Forums in 2010; Registration and Comment Sheets, Keypoint® multiple-choice questions, and video comments collected at DWP cluster-based meetings and Community Access Centers between January and March 2011; Online survey responses collected between January and March 2011; Registration and Comment Sheets, round-table discussion summaries, and “Text The Mob” responses collected at DWP summit meetings b
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  FEEDBACK SUMMARY  BY TOPICSEPTEMBER 2010 – MAY 2011 This document summarizes feedback gathered from: Surveys at Detroit Works Project (DWP) Community Forums in 2010; Registration and Comment Sheets, Keypoint® multiple-choice questions, and video comments collected at DWP cluster-based meetings and Community Access Centers between January and March 2011; Online survey responses collected between January and March 2011; Registration and Comment Sheets, round-table discussion summaries, and “Text The Mob” responses collected at DWP summit meetings between March and May of 2011; and Street Team responses collected between March and May 2011.This document is produced by Community Legal Resources . Please direct questions to Elizabeth Luther ( eluther@clronline.org , 313.969.7166).  OVERVIEW cluster   TOPICS & SUBTOPICS This document uses four foundationaltopics to structure the summary ofDWP Public Feedback (Phase 1 & 2).Each of the four topics breaks downinto summaries of feedback on1)Current conditions (trends),2)Ideas for Change(Transformations), and3)Significant or interestingcomments. 1.Land Use2. Economy3. Infrastructure ã Transportation & Transit ã Public services 4. Neighborhoods  1. LAND USE cluster   Current Conditions ã Respondents recognize the value of land in the form of parks, naturalfeatures, and open space – especially in terms of proximity to where theylive. ã Respondents also generally recognize that unused or abandoned parcelsand structures in their neighborhoods and citywide can have negativeimpacts (on neighborhoods, City service efficiency, etc.). Top ThemesExamples ã Open-ended Phase 1 | Nearly 9% of all comments referenced vacant land or vacant property. ã Many of the comments referencing vacant land or property also included questions about acquisition. ã Over 1/3 of the comments about vacancy note the issue of blight and its negative impact on the neighborhoods. ã Open-ended Phase 2a | 533 Responses | “What is your favorite place in your neighborhood?” ã 33% of respondents mentioned parks, recreation areas or centers, natural features, or open space.  cluster   Ideas for Change 1. LAND USE ã A small portion of respondents were prepared to discuss density andefficient land use as a primary goal. When unprompted, however, manyrespondents noted that other needs (improved services – especially thoserelated to safety, housing, and transportation) seemed more important totheir neighborhoods or to Detroit’s future. Top ThemeExamples ã Keypoint Phase 2a | 850 Responses “Which question is most important to [how the City will invest]?” ã 25% Where will people live? ã 46% What services will people need? ã 29% Who will live here? ã Open-ended Phase 2a | 536 Responses Hopes for neighborhoods, and 30-year vision for Detroit ã 4% of responses to both questions addressed more efficient land use and improved density
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