Approval Standards: The UDC is an approving body on this request. The site is located in Urban Design District 8 (“UDD 8″), which requires that the Urban Design Commission approve the proposed project using the design standards and guidelines for that district. 33.24(15) The site is also qualifies as a Public Project which requires that the Urban Design Commission approve the proposed project using the Public Project design standards and guidelines under Section 33.24(4)(d)..
The CON group received no step count feedback or information. Students in the FB+I group achieved significantly more steps per minute (17.17 4.87) than those in the FB (13.77 4.06, p = 0.003) and CON (12.41 3.12, p = 0.0001) groups. Information, as well as step count feedback, increased elementary students’ school based physical activity (number of steps) in the short term.
Been awesome. We been able to create a really positive atmosphere for our players and really come together as a family, Giacoletto said. Definitely a good thing. On a Tuesday in late September, Stratmon hosted a Zoom call with about 100 high school and college age activists from across the country, all of whom had agreed to lobby their senators for statehood in two days, in a virtual trip to Capitol Hill. Residents,” Stratmon told them. “They are your elected officials.
DRAFTER’S ANALYSIS: As currently written, on any parcel zoned in the Campus Institutional (CI) District without a campus master plan, primary and secondary uses are allowed subject to conditional use requirements only upon the construction of a building that creates greater than 4,000 square feet of floor area, which the Zoning Code defines as “area under the roof of a building.” Primary and secondary uses that do not require the construction of a building are, thus, permitted without conditional use review. Secondary uses in the CI District that may not require the construction of a building (including outdoor sports and recreational facilities, surface parking, utilities and transportation facilities, other uses related to the institution’s primary mission, open stadiums, auditoriums and arenas, and agricultural uses) often require conditional use review in other city zoning districts, including residential and mixed use and commercial districts, regardless of whether they involve the construction of a building. The purpose of this ordinance is therefore to treat the secondary uses in a CI District similarly to the same or similar uses in other zoning districts.