EAST ST LOUIS ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT

UP 378 Community Development Workshop in Alta Sita



 

UP 378

Syllabus

Scope of Sevices

Work Plan

Tool Kit

Neighborhood Information

ASNI Communication

LA 338

ARCH 374

Work Plan

January

25  Send a written request to ESL public agencies for additional data   (Arrest, Ownership, Tax Payments)

29-30 Physical Conditions Data, Part I (Land Use, Building Conditions, and Site Condition Survey) completed;
Residential Door- knocking, Institutional Outreach and Church Visits made
 

February

3 - 10 Census Data collected, summarized and analyzed

5 - 8  Outreach phone calls

9 Community meeting: Cognitive Mapping/Camera Exercise takes place

10  Physical Conditions Data, Part I analysis started
Preliminary Draft of Census Data write-up prepared

19 - 20 Resident and Institutional  interviews conducted

26-27   Final draft of Physical Conditions Analysis chapter completed
Physical Conditions Data: Part II (Street conditions, infrastructure) completed
 

March

4-5 School Children’s Planning Exercise

9 Community Meeting: Shoe Box (SWOT) Exercise

10-12 Final draft of Census, Physical Conditions and Preliminary Draft of Resident Interviews

15-21 Alternative Spring Break

24-26 Final Resident Interview Draft submitted,
Preliminary Institutional Interview Draft submitted

28 Mailing and Phone Calls to “Issue Experts” who will serve as resource persons at the Neighborhood Summit
 

April

3 SWOT, Goal and Objective Draft for mailing to Summit Participants

7 Mailing to Neighborhood Summit

9 Final Door-Knocking Campaign to recruit residents,  businesspersons and institutional leaders for Neighborhood Summit

17 Neighborhood Summit Meeting

21 Section Outlines on Content of the Plan

24-26 APA Conference

28 First Draft of Planning Recommendation Sections
 

May

5 Final Draft of Plan Completed
Oral Presentation of Planning
Recommendations at SNAP ‘99 (Spring Neighborhood Action Project Annual Campus Conference)

7 Dinner at Ken and Kathy’s House
 

June

17-20 Planners Network Annual Conference in Lowell, Massachusetts (Progressive planning organization for community activists,
elected officials, planning scholars, and planning practitioners interested in equity planning issues affecting the poor and other marginalized groups.)
 



 
 
 

Document author(s) : Cathy Klump
Last modified: 4-Feb-99, C. Klump

EAST ST LOUIS ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT