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AICP CM Opportunities

Below is a list of current AICP CM events which may also be found on our Calendar page. Other CM resources are available on our Lending Library page.

SW Section Event: Land Use Law Update | 1.5 CM Law

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This presentation will be specific on recent developments in Pennsylvania land use law.  It will address the impacts of Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Robinson Township v. Commonwealth decision local governments’ authority to regulate the activities of the oil and gas industry, focusing on the extent to which Act 13 preempts or supersedes zoning authority.  It will   

Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Annual Dinner

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Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Annual DinnerKeynote Speaker: Galina Tachieva, AICP Galina Tachieva, AICP, is delivering the keynote speech at the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission’s 2014 Annual Dinner.  In her speech, she will detail her work in planning, urban design and new urbanism, and  she will reference information contained in her book, “The Sprawl Repair Manual.”    

NW Section Event: Census Data Workshop|4 CM

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This workshop will provide detailed and hands on instruction on the following data sets from the U.S. Census Bureau: Decennial Census, American Community Survey, Population Estimates Program, and the Economic Census.  Participants will also be instructed on how to access the data through American FactFinder and the basics of the data manipulation in excel.

2014 Spring Planning Forum – Making It Great Now (Indiana, PA location) | 5 CMs pending

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Making it Great Now is a full-day program that focuses on revitalization strategies for Pennsylvania communities. The program will emphasize projects operating within short planning horizons using limited resources – strategies and methods that can be rapidly deployed, quickly implemented, and readily realized to advance community goals. The keynote speaker is Andrew Howard, AICP of   

2014 Spring Planning Forum – Making It Great Now (Allentown location) | 5.25 CMs pending

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Making it Great Now is a full-day program that focuses on revitalization strategies for Pennsylvania communities. The program will emphasize projects operating within short planning horizons using limited resources – strategies and methods that can be rapidly deployed, quickly implemented, and readily realized to advance community goals. The keynote speaker is Andrew Howard, AICP of   

Central Section Event: Preservation Matters|5 CM

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Central Section presents Preservation Matters and Here’s Why…Tools for Community & Economic Vitality This workshop will make the connection between historic preservation and its role in Community and Economic Development. How can historic preservation be used to revitalize a downtown, borough, or city? What is worth saving when it comes to keeping the character of   

Penn State Extension: PA Housing Research | 1.25 CM

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Webinar: Pennsylvania Housing Research Center Subdivision and Land Development Guidelines: A Tool for Better Design in Pennsylvania The Pennsylvania Housing Research Center (PHRC) at Penn State University developed the “Subdivision and Land Development Guidelines for Pennsylvania” as a tool that can be used by both local governments and the design community to update local regulations   

New Jersey History and Historic Preservation Conference

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  The 2014 New Jersey History and Historic Preservation Conference is co-hosted by the NJ Historic Trust, NJ Historic Commission, NJ Historic Preservation Office, and the Common Wealth of New Jersey. The conference is a full day event, held at Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Lincroft NJ 07738. Highlights for this year’s program   

Penn State Extension: Easements Made Easy | 1.25 CM

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Webinar: Easement Made Easy – Applying Conservation Easements on the Landscapes and Greenways of  Pennsylvania’s Communities Conservation easements are increasingly being used for a private land trust or government to limit certain uses of land for the purpose of achieving a particular conservation objective while keeping the land in the landowners control An introduction to   

2014 Planning Law Review

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Event Information 2014 Planning Law Review 1.5 CM Law credits June 25, 2014 3:30 – 3:45 PM: Registration 3:45 – 4:00 PM: DVRPC Presentation 4:00 – 5:30 PM: Live viewing of APA Audio/Webconference Location: Montgomery County Planning Commission 425 Swede Street Norristown, PA 19401 Sponsored by: DVRPC Municipal Outreach Program The event is free to   

APA Region 1 Conference

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Save the date for the American Planning Association Region 1 Conference, June 25-26, 2015 in Saratoga Springs, NY.  More information to follow.