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Past Presentations

Distance Education Webcasts

posted on July 6th, 2015  |  Read more

The following are distance education webcast recordings available for viewing during the 2015 calendar year: Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners – #e.29372 โ€“ 1.5 CM ETHICS Defensible Historic Preservation Regulations – #e.29371โ€“ 1.5 CM LAW Planners and Planters: What Planners Need to Know about Creating a Sustainable Landscape for Today   

Spring Forum: Solutions to the Alphabet Soup of Water Regulations

posted on April 27th, 2015  |  Read more

The following presentations have been approved to be on our website, The Pennsylvania Chapter is not responsible for the materials or opinions presented during the forum. If you were a presenter at the forum and wish to share your presentation email them to info@planningpa.org and we will post them. Spring Forum Brochure Keynotes: Economic Ecology   

2014 Annual Conference

posted on October 31st, 2014  |  Read more

The following presentations have been approved to be on our website. The Pennsylvania Chapter is no responsible for the materials or opinions presented during the conference.If you were a presenter at the conference and wish to share your presentation email them to info@planningpa.org and we will post them. General Information: Participant List Final Program Thank   

Tools for An Effective Planning Commissioner

posted on December 10th, 2013  |  Read more

This video provides planning commissioners with an overview of what planning commissions do and where they fit in their city, borough, township or county government. The basic tools of comprehensive planning, subdivision and land development regulation, and zoning are described so commissioners can learn how they can effectively contribute to the quality of life in their municipalities.

PA Chapter of APA Central Section Workshop

posted on April 7th, 2011  |  Read more

Lycoming County: Innovative Participation Methods PPT Significant Pennsylvania Appellate Land Use Decisions 2009-2011 Public Engagement Techniques: Chester County’s Experience

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