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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.

Healthy Communities Task Force: Racial Equity Workshop…

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Event Information   DVRPC’s Healthy Communities Task Force is excited to host its first round of racial equity workshops: The Impact of Racism and Trauma and Learning How to Work with People Who Have Been Traumatized. The workshop will be offered on both Wednesday, January 30th and Tuesday, February 26th from 9:00am to 12:30pm at   

Women in Planning…

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Women in Planning: The Road to FAICP REGISTER NOW Female planners only comprise of 22 percent of the FAICP College of Fellows membership within APA. While there is a gradual increase in the number of female nominations and inductees throughout recent years, the current gender disparity of membership is alarming. The AICP College of Fellows   

Lehigh Valley/Berks Section Event: PA Land Use Institute

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Lehigh Valley/Berks Section is hosting the PA Land Use Institute Program Registration/Breakfast: 7:30-8:00 am Session I-8:00-10:00 “Recent Land Use Court Decisions & Pending Legislation” 10-10:15 Break Session II – 10:15-1:30 pm “Successful Public/Private Partnerships from Principles to Practices” Approved for 4.5 CM (1.5 Law) For more information and to register contact Sara Pandl (SPandl@lowermac.com or 610-966-4343   

Equitable Public Engagement…

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Equitable Public Engagement: Participatory Budgeting for Transportation Funds REGISTER NOW Attendees will gain a better understanding of how and why the California Department of Transportation and regional authorities have applied participatory budgeting (PB) to mid-range transportation planning grant programs. Attendees will know the basic concepts of participatory budgeting, equitable public participation, and how these differ   

Preservation for Planners Workshop

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Event Information   Preservation for Planners is a one-day workshop designed for county, municipal, and consulting planners who want to gain a better understanding of core historic preservation players, programs, and concepts and explore ways to incorporate these ideas into their work in Pennsylvania’s older communities. You can find more details on the attached flier   

The Next Evolution of Public Hearings

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The Next Evolution of Public Hearings REGISTER NOW The process and format of public hearings hasn’t changed much in the past century. As technology continues to improve and lives get ever busier, a shift toward more online input in public hearings is inevitable. Learn what Lakewood has done to evolve its Planning Commission meetings to allow   

Historic Preservation of African American Cemeteries

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Historic Preservation of African American Cemeteries REGISTER NOW Mt. Olive Cemetery, established in the early 1800s, is one of the oldest private cemeteries for African Americans in the state of Mississippi. Research indicates this cemetery originally began as a plantation cemetery. Mt. Olive is one of the most intact historic properties associated with the growth   

Regulating Historic Signs

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Regulating Historic Signs REGISTER NOW Historic signs represent small businesses, neighborhood gathering places where generations have met to watch movies, drink martinis, buy groceries, and even park cars. The surviving historic signs that shine in the California landscape cut across almost all cultures and lifestyles. These signs are a bridge between the past and present. They   

PA-DE ASLA Annual Meeting

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2019 PA-DE ASLA Annual Meeting + LARE Review Course The Challenge of Place in Time April 12-13, 2019 Cranberry, PA This two-day meeting will offer multiple educational sessions, as well as new beginnings for this region of the country. Attendees will enjoy a selection of off-site field tours around the Pittsburgh area highlighting the development,   

New Federal Rules for Cell Towers…

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New Federal Rules for Cell Towers Inside and Outside Rights of Way REGISTER NOW This session will review the current state of the law governing the placement of wireless facilities, with particular emphasis on recent federal actions on small cells within the rights-of-way. The FCC and numerous states have acted to limit local authority over