Th e City of West Palm Beach TAP for the South Dixie Highway Corridor centered on the following six steps:
– Representatives from the ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean District Council met with city officials and staff and board members to discuss issues related to the South Dixie Highway Corridor.
– The ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean District Council staff researched the city’s goals for the TAP. To en-sure that all issues were identified, a representative of the ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean District Council participated in a December 6, 2011, corridor workshop sponsored by the city. Th e workshop was designed to provide background information on the TAP, receive community input on major issues facing the corridor, ask questions, and review next steps.
– The District Council selected the TAP members who had the expertise most tailored to addressing the issues identified through its research and the input from the December public workshop.
– The TAP received a complete set of pre-meeting briefing materials about the South Dixie Highway Corridor. Th at included a summary of the comments offered at the December 6, 2011, workshop.
-The TAP met on January 26 and 27, 2012, at Palm Beach Atlantic University, located on the northern end of the corridor. (A description of the activities for the two days is outlined below under the heading, Panel Agenda.)
-The TAP, under the leadership of the ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean District Council, prepared a report on its recommendations and conclusions. Th e report was presented to the City of West Palm Beach City Commission and is available to the public.