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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.

The New Normal for Downtowns

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The New Normal for Downtowns A DVRPC Strategies for Older Suburbs Roundtable Friday, March 31, 2017, 9:00 AM — 1:00 PM Register at: https://dvrpc.ticketleap.com/newnormal/ DVRPC 190 N Independence Mall West, 8th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19106 www.dvrpc.org/directions/ DVRPC’s roundtable series highlights challenges older suburbs and downtowns are facing. The Strategies for Older Suburbs Roundtable Series provides   

NE Section Event: PA Land Use Law Update

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The PA Chapter – APA – Northeast Section is sponsoring PA Land Use Law Update – Zoning Cases This workshop will provide a review of the case law and administrative decisions issued in the last year pertaining to Zoning.Recent amendments to the PA Municipalities Planning Code as well as a review of Zoning Case Law   

Penn State Extension: Planning with School Districts…

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Penn State Extension provides research-based practical education you can trust. We help people, businesses, and communities solve problems, develop skills, and build a better future. http://extension.psu.edu/community/ecd/courses/land-use-planning Planning with School Districts: A Neighborhood Model Approach The inner Cleveland suburb of Lakewood (population 51,000) calls itself a “walking school district”. Lakewood has never had school buses in   

Growth and Preservation: Working Together for Economic Success

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Growth and Preservation: Working Together for Economic Success When: Tuesday, April 18, 2017 – 5:30-8:30pm Joe Minicozzi, AICP, principal of Urban3, LLC will bring the National Association of Realtors Smart Growth principles to southern Chester County for a night of discussion about the economics of land use and the importance of sustainable growth. Joe will   

SW Section Event: PA Agriculture…

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Southwest Section presents PA Agriculture: Local Planning, Regulations & Policies This 3-hour event intends to cover the following: Agricultural Law, Agricultural Planning Tools, Urban Agriculture, the Roles of the Conservation District, and Agricultural Issues in the Local Community. Specifically, Agricultural law will cover topics such as; right to farm, agricultural preservation, agricultural protection and security,   

Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Annual Luncheon

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Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Annual Luncheon Keynote Speech PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards is delivering the keynote speech at the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission’s 2017 annual luncheon. In her presentation, she will address Pennsylvania’s transportation priorities as well as the PennDOT Connects program and how it benefits local municipalities, enhances local engagement and improves transportation-project planning,   

Penn State Extension: Using Reverse Fiscal Impact Analysis…

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Penn State Extension provides research-based practical education you can trust. We help people, businesses, and communities solve problems, develop skills, and build a better future. http://extension.psu.edu/community/ecd/courses/land-use-planning Using Reverse Fiscal Impact Analysis in Pre-Disaster Planning Fiscal impact analysis is commonly used to determine the impact of land development on a municipal, county or school budget. However,   

2017 Classic Towns Trolley Tour

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2017 Classic Towns Trolley Tour Friday, May 19, 2017, 8:00 AM — 4:30 PM Tour starts at Cosi, 50 Yorktown Plaza, Elkins Park, PA 19027 Tickets: $25 (includes breakfast and lunch and 5.75 AICP CM credits) Register at: https://dvrpc.ticketleap.com/2017trolleytour/   8:00 AM Registration and Breakfast (Free all-day parking available at Yorktown Plaza.) 8:45 AM Cheltenham   

2017 Planning Law Review

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2017 Planning Law Review The U.S. Supreme Court, federal courts, and state courts all play an important role in shaping planning throughout the country. This annual review delves into the important cases, the decisions that were made — or not made — and how this will affect planning at many levels. Legal experts and members