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Statewide Training: Public/Private Partnerships|3CM (1.5 Law)

Public/Private Partnerships (P3) – Statewide Training | $30 sponsored by the PA Chapter of the American Planning Association and the PA Local Government Training Partnership   Dates & Locations May 5: Wexford, PA May 6: State College, PA May 19: Camp Hill, PA May 20:Philadelphia, PA Join Sean Garrigan and Matt Ward to cover P3   

Announcing Elections for Chapter Officers

The Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association is Announcing Elections for the Chapter Officers Here is your chance to help lead your association dedicated to promoting a culture of planning. 2015 is an election year for the Chapter. This summer we will hold elections for the Chapter’s Board Officers: the positions of President, Vice   

APA Awards Philadelphia’s University City District

National Planning Achievement Award for a Best Practice Realizing the Potential of The Porch: A Case Study in Data-Driven Placemaking Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Philadelphia’s University City District (UCD) created The Porch at 30th Street Station, a new public space located directly at Amtrak’s doorstep. Applying its signature place-based, data-driven, “iterative placemaking” approach, UCD was able to   

APA Awards Green City, Clean Waters

National Planning Excellence Award for Implementation Green City, Clean Waters: Philadelphia’s 21st Century Green Stormwater Infrastructure Program Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Introduction Hundreds of historic cities like Philadelphia experience combined sewer overflows during heavy rainstorms. Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter gave the green light to explore reverting from “gray,” or traditional stormwater management infrastructure, to “green” or sustainable   

Student Scholarships

Don’t miss this opportunity!  Deadline to apply is April 30! Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association offers a scholarship program to support individuals seeking funds for academic degree programs, internships, and professional development activities that enhance planning at the local, regional, state, and national levels.

Call for Webcast Proposals Needed!

Do you have a great project that you’d like to share with a national audience?  The Planning Webcast Consortium is looking for webcast proposals for the series, which offers sessions every Friday.  The sessions need only be 90 minutes, and can be conducted from your own office.  The series provides free training, with CMs, for   

AICP – CM Cycle and Opportunities

Please note that the grace period for the 2013/2014 CM reporting cycle ends on April 30, 2015.  All planners who are within that reporting cycle must meet their CM requirements of 32 overall credits, including at least 1.5 for law and 1.5 for ethics, by that date or their AICP will lapse.  To view your   

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