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APA PA Chapter News: March

posted on March 26th, 2021  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… Although planning has frequently encouraged inclusivity and equity, these issues have often taken a back seat to other planning concerns. In 2020, that changed, and now equity and inclusion are on everyone’s radar. This month, we highlight a plan from Philadelphia that takes a more direct approach   

Law and Ethics Distance Education Sessions

posted on March 20th, 2021  |  Read more

For APA members that still need law and ethics CM credit distance education sessions are available. American Planning Association (APA) will be offering credit till the end of the year (12/31/2021). Ethics for Planners(CM #9212131) (1.5 CM ethics credit) View Now >> Public Art Life Cycle: Concept to Commission (CM #92192195) (1.5 CM law credit)   

APA PA Chapter News: February

posted on February 25th, 2021  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… In planning, its people who really make a difference, whether it’s professional planners advocating for good policies, citizens participating in a planning process, or civic-minded leaders like Frank Buhl. In 2021, many of our news items will emphasize personal and professional resiliency and adaptation to rapid change   

APA PA Chapter News: January

posted on January 26th, 2021  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… Unprecedented. Chaotic. Exhausting. When people are asked to describe 2020, these are common responses. In 2021, many of our news items will emphasize personal and professional resiliency and adaptation to rapid change. This month, these priorities are highlighted in articles about sustainability, economic development, and more. Enjoy!   

APA PA Chapter News: December

posted on December 22nd, 2020  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… The next Webinar Wednesday, Hello, It’s Me: Introducing PA-SHARE, is scheduled for January 6, 2021 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. As the primary interface for all PA State Historic Preservation Office programs, PA-SHARE will enable users to submit and track projects in real-time, receive confirmation of   

APA PA Chapter News: November

posted on November 24th, 2020  |  Read more

The Latest News from PA Chapter of APA… Stories, Change, and Staying the Same in Lancaster County: An Interview with Kip Van Blarcom, AICP Kip Van Blarcom is a Senior Planner with the Lancaster County Planning Commission, where he’s worked for over 20 years on planning for development impacts to historic resources and heritage tourism.   

On-Demand Conference Sessions

posted on November 13th, 2020  |  Read more

PA Chapter of APA held their Virtual Conference this past October, overall the event was a success. The board decided to allow those who couldn’t attend to purchase a pass to receive and view all the educational sessions from the Virtual Conference. Do you need CM credit? The majority of the educational sessions do have