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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.

New Tools and Opportunities for Advancing Sound Land Use

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Pennsylvania Land Use Institute, New Tools and Opportunities for Advancing Sound Land Use – Pipelines/Source Water/New Curbside Cellular Mini Towers and the land use legal briefing. Part 1 Recent Land Use Court Decisions (background of each case, impacts, case outcome and effects of the cases outcome on municipalities (presentations by Part 2 – Breakout sessions:   

Ground Breaking 2015

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Please save the date, March 12, 2015, for DVRPC’s upcoming conference designed for local planning partners, practitioners, developers, and decision-makers to learn about programs and initiatives that are building livable communities in Greater Philadelphia now and for the future. This one-day conference will feature an opening keynote by Harriet Tregoning, director of HUD’s Office of   

Penn State Extension: Planning to Protect Your Water Supply…| 1.25 CM

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Penn State Extension:Planning to Protect Your Water Supply-Taking Action to Safeguard Water Supplies through Source Water Protection Communities across the country have expressed a keen interest in protecting the purity of their public/private water supplies. Many are developing forward thinking approaches to safeguard municipal water sources. This webinar will assist communities, planners, and public water   

Writing Growing Greener: Conservation by Design Codes | 4.75 CM

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Appalachian Trail Conservancy presents Writing Growing Greener: Conservation by Design Codes Conservation design is an effective approach to managing residential development while conserving existing natural and cultural resources. Nationally-renowned expert Randall Arendt and Senior Conservation Director Ann Hutchinson of Natural Lands Trust will instruct participants in conservation design through a keynote lecture illustrated with case   

Spring Forum: Solutions to the Alphabet Soup of Water Regulations

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Spring Forum Brochure The spring forum will focus on understanding water regulations and responding to requirements with projects that address needs, build partnerships, and capitalize on overlapping interests.  The event will help attendees clarify their understanding of TMDL, MS4, stormwater, and other water-based issues and regulations, and provide details on innovative projects that have addressed   

Penn State Extension: All About Open Space | 1.25 CM

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Penn State ExtensionAll About Open Space – Owning and Managing Natural Lands Municipal officials, developers and planners often find themselves faced with opportunities and requests to own open space, and are then faced with the question — “how will it be cared for and maintained?”   This webinar describes practical methods for managing natural areas, whether   

Public/Private Partnerships|3 CM (1.5 Law) Wexford

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The PA Chapter of the American Planning Association and the PA Local Government Training Partnership presents: Public/Private Partnerships (P3) Public/Private Partnerships Brochure Register Now Public/Private Partnerships (P3s) are increasingly becoming a tool that local governments, quasi-public entities and government agencies are using to achieve necessary and desirable community investments. They are especially effective for communities   

Public/Private Partnerships|3CM (1.5 Law) State College

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The PA Chapter of the American Planning Association and the PA Local Government Training Partnership presents: Public/Private Partnerships (P3) Public/Private Partnerships Brochure Register Now Public/Private Partnerships (P3s) are increasingly becoming a tool that local governments, quasi-public entities and government agencies are using to achieve necessary and desirable community investments. They are especially effective for communities   

Public/Private Partnerships|3CM (1.5 Law) Camp Hill

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The PA Chapter of the American Planning Association and the PA Local Government Training Partnership presents: Public/Private Partnerships (P3) Public/Private Partnerships Brochure Register Now Public/Private Partnerships (P3s) are increasingly becoming a tool that local governments, quasi-public entities and government agencies are using to achieve necessary and desirable community investments. They are especially effective for communities   

Public/Private Partnerships||3CM (1.5 Law) Philadelphia

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The PA Chapter of the American Planning Association and the PA Local Government Training Partnership presents: Public/Private Partnerships (P3) Public/Private Partnerships Brochure Register Now Public/Private Partnerships (P3s) are increasingly becoming a tool that local governments, quasi-public entities and government agencies are using to achieve necessary and desirable community investments. They are especially effective for communities   

The Planning Office of the Future

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The Planning Office of the Future Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Agenda 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 Camden Community College, William G. Rohrer Center, 1st Fl 1889 Rt. 70 East Cherry Hill, NJ 08003-2013 The event is free, but register   

2015 Planning Law Review

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2015 Planning Law Review Wednesday, June 24, 2015 Agenda 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 DVRPC 190 N. Independence Mall West 8th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19106-1520 The event is free, but register is required: http://dvrpc.ticketleap.com/ Event Description Planning feels the   

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.