The Land Use Committee typically meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 6pm. All D10 Como Park meetings are open to the public and have space for community members to bring topics for discussion. This meeting will take place hybrid at the Como Streetcar Station (1224 Lexington Pkwy) and also via video conferencing and telephone access, access details below.
Land Use Recurring Zoom Meeting Link
Meeting ID: 816 5645 6655
One tap mobile: +13017158592,,81656456655#,,,,*1234567#
Call in to meeting: +1 312 626 6799
D10 Como Community Council – AGENDA
Land Use Committee
December 20, 2022 – 6:00 PM
Como Streetcar Station and Zoom(Link) – (Call-in info above)
- Call to Order
- Welcome and Introductions (Digital Sign-In Sheet – Sub-district Map)
- Adopt The Agenda
Community participants can bring topics & concerns
- Public Art on Wheelock East of Lake Como
Aaron Dysart, St. Paul City Artist in Residence
Jon Kamrath, Project Artist
- Como Park Trail Master Plan Engagement
- Design Advisory Committee Applications open thru January 18
- Link to City Project Website and Application
- Link to Engage St. Paul Project Website
- Dale Street Road Diet
- Ramsey County Engagement Event scheduled 4-6pm January 10 at Como High Library.
- Project Application for Federal Funding (PDF)
- Project area is from Como to HWY36 but excludes Como/Front intersection.
- Luis Flores, Ramsey County Project Manager, scheduled to present at the February D10 Land Use meeting.
- Join the community Dale Street Coalition email list: contact Steve Tuckner – firstname.lastname@example.org
- D10 Schedule/Hybrid Meeting Feedback
- Now – Como Holiday Decoration Showcase
- Feb. 4 – D10 North Dale Rec Event (Save the date!)
- More upcoming events at district10comopark.org/Events
- Dec. 20, 7:15pm – D10 Board Meeting
- Jan. 4, 6pm – Environment Committee
- Jan. 4, 7:15pm – Neighborhood Relations Committee
- Jan. 17, 6pm – Land Use Committee
- Jan. 17, 7:15pm – D10 Board Meeting
About D10 Committee Meetings
RESPECT: D10 meetings are open to ALL community members. Please respect other voices and opinions. Try to keep discussion input brief and leave space for those who aren’t as comfortable speaking up at public meetings (if you’ve already spoken on a subject or asked a question, give others a chance before you speak again).
VIRTUAL/HYBRID: Technology has increased our reach to more people, but as we adjust to new features, it’s important to keep other’s experience in mind. Please use the raise hand feature or indicate in the chat if you’d like to speak, and know that those attending in person can’t always see the chat comments. Our board and meeting leaders are all volunteers, and are still learning and adapting to new meeting tech as well, please bear with us as we work to improve our meetings!
MOTIONS: D10 uses Robert’s Rules of order, often especially relaxed in committee meetings, but occasionally motions are brought to the floor, mostly for action items (below). Our bylaws state that D10 community members in attendance are members of committees, except disciplinary committees, with the right to make motions, vote, and speak in debate.
- Motions require a first (“I move to…”),
- A second (“I second the motion”),
- Then, following “any additional discussion”, the motion is voted on.
- Note: All community members in attendance may vote in D10 committees.
ACTION ITEMS: These are an important part of our organization process, but can be confusing at first. Action Items approved at committee meetings are sent to the full D10 board for approval. Board members may bring Action Items (AIs) to the board independently as well, but AIs approved by committees only require a second at board meetings. You can view many examples of past action items here on Google Drive.
QUORUM: This is a term that refers to meeting attendance and whether a meeting is considered “official”. D10 bylaws define quorum for committee meetings as “a majority of the D10 Board members” assigned to the committee. In practice, this becomes a mostly semantic matter, as we still hold a meeting even if quorum is not met, notes are still taken and submitted to the board. Motions and votes cannot be made, but Action Items could be submitted to the full board individually by any board members present.
MISC. GLOSSARY: D10 meetings often use acronyms or reference partner organizations and City departments, as well as ongoing projects that new attendees might not be familiar with. Below are links for common references, if there’s anything you think should be added, please ask or email email@example.com.