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Museum Park Super Neighborhood - Shared screen with speaker view
Kyle Wolfe
15:52
All, please remember to mute your mics
Kyle Wolfe
23:25
Post your questions here for the Q & A session
e167279
25:28
Hello this is Steven James with Carolyn Evans-Shabazz office. I am the one with the enumber
Kyle Wolfe
25:51
Thank you Steven and welcome!
Federico Monzon
37:20
Is the recording going to be posted?
Kyle Wolfe
37:56
We plan to post on the Museum Park Super Neighborhood website
Kyle Wolfe
38:33
https://www.museumparksn.org/
e167279
43:39
Is he talking about a shuttle system connected to a parking location like park & ride?
Kyle Wolfe
47:07
Steven, I will ask David to clarify during Q&A
Jaime González
49:18
Here’s the document that Marissa referenced in case you haven’t seen it: https://www.houstontx.gov/mayor/Climate-Impact-Assessment-2020-August.pdf
ruthskaff
51:34
What does green infrastructure mean? Examples please.
Kyle Wolfe
52:27
Thank you Ruth Ann, I have added your question
Jaime González
52:34
Green infrastructure, depending on who you define it, could include rain gardens, bioswales, rooftop gardens, reforested areas. Etc.
David Fields, City of Houston
58:05
Love that observation, Jaime
Kyle Wolfe
01:00:28
https://www.katyprairie.org/9-natives
Kyle Wolfe
01:01:03
https://www.inaturalist.org/
Nancy Edwards
01:01:40
I was really happy to hear that goats can be trained to eat poison ivy and they actually enjoyi it. Poison ivy is a big problem because if loves to grow on the edges of small patches of forest. Goats are now available for rent in Houston.
Moritza Day
01:02:29
The Houston Natural Science Museum has a sample garden of natives.
Joshua Sanders
01:02:48
For those presenters not from Houston, what was something positive or a strength in regards to planning that surprised you when you got to Houston?
Kyle Wolfe
01:03:01
Yes, Nancy! They are awesome! We utilized them in McGovern Centennial Gardens September 2019
Kyle Wolfe
01:03:10
Thank you Josh, I have added your question
Kyle Wolfe
01:03:23
Joshua*
Kyle Wolfe
01:06:06
Thank you Moritza, here is the link to the design of the garden at HMNS.
Kyle Wolfe
01:06:06
https://hnpat.files.wordpress.com/2020/01/11.19.19.graphic-hmns-nine-natives.jpg
Kyle Wolfe
01:09:35
We are approaching the Q&A session. What are some of the other questions you have?
John Arcidiacono, The Health Museum
01:09:38
Here is a link to the information https://www.thehealthmuseum.org/event/passes-pedals-and-picnic-park https://www.thehealthmuseum.org/event/passes-pedals-and-picnic-park
Kyle Wolfe
01:14:39
https://www.parkwhiz.com/destination/memorial-hermann-heart-vascular-institute-texas-medical-center-Houston/?lat=29.715377628005157&lng=-95.39588629727393&seller_id=1083
BarbarBarbara McGuffey
01:15:03
Marissa, we see reduced setbacks being encouraged for new development. While the City did put some additional protections for the trees in the Walkable Places/TOD ordinance it is still unclear to me how well this will protect the trees. Are you involved at all with reviewing new ordinances to encourage keeping the mature shade trees we have?
Jaime González
01:15:08
Great resources Kyle!
Joshua Sanders
01:19:59
All great answers!! Thank you
Nancy Edwards
01:23:42
Who is going to educate the homeowners as to how they can use rain gardens and cisterns to detain water?
Kyle Wolfe
01:25:20
Thank you Nancy, I have added your question
BarbarBarbara McGuffey
01:26:16
We are seeing developers cut all the trees on an entire block. David, it is not about the value of selling the home. This is about high density development where it is all about building out the entire land parcel, as much as allowed by the City.
BarbarBarbara McGuffey
01:30:23
Marissa, your department just completed heat mapping surveys in Houston. How will you utilize this data?
John Arcidiacono, The Health Museum
01:36:53
How do we get access to the heat data?
Marissa Aho
01:37:27
www.H3AT.org
John Arcidiacono, The Health Museum
01:39:23
thank you everyone!
e167279
01:39:57
This was an excellent discussion. Thanks!
ruthskaff
01:40:13
Outstanding. Thank you!!
Sandra Stevens
01:40:19
Thanks to all the panelists. Such an informative and interesting evening.