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The William Martin Cox Symposium on Planning, Land Use and the Law

Elizabeth A. Terenik, AICP

Great format, lively and interesting.
The William Martin Cox Symposium on Planning, Land Use and the Law

Mark D. London, AICP

Always a great session. This year's is among the best.
Affordable Housing Update

Marge Della Vecchia, AICP

Was disappointed that there was no state representative at the panel discussion. Good advice provided by other professionals.
The William Martin Cox Symposium on Planning, Land Use and the Law

Kenneth P. Nelson, AICP

Retired judge provided valuable insight
The William Martin Cox Symposium on Planning, Land Use and the Law

Thomas Drewes, AICP

Good interactive session, this should count as AICP Legal CM credit
Social Media and Planning

Kenneth P. Nelson, AICP

Graphics should have been part of presentation
Social Media and Planning

Thomas Drewes, AICP

Ethics: Doing What's Right When No One Is Looking

William Nierstedt, AICP

I do not understand why national AICP is not allowing members to count the credits from this course to fulfill ethics requirements. Many licensed planners work directly with planning and zoning boards, and the real life questions that planners and board members asked at this seminar (and the answers that the instructors provided) were and are of real value to those who attended. This was a very informative class for those who are confronted with ethical questions about voting, contacts, and other potentially ethical challenges. I look forward to next year's seminar and AICP opening up the credit binder to allow this class to be counted towards our ethical CEU requirements.
Ethics: Doing What's Right When No One Is Looking

Joseph S. Augustyn, AICP

Current Ethics issues discussed. Quite interesting.
Ethics: Doing What's Right When No One Is Looking

Michelle M. Taylor, AICP

We engaged both Board members and Planners with real ethics stories and examples that applied to each in different ways. The audience was engaged and participatory. We were pleased with their enthusiasm.
Ethics: Doing What's Right When No One Is Looking

Stefan Armington, AICP

What to do when there's Nothing to Do?

Stefan Armington, AICP

What to do when there's Nothing to Do?

Kenneth P. Nelson, AICP

Unrealistic recommendations
What to do when there's Nothing to Do?

Thomas Drewes, AICP

Sandy Rebuilding -- Update on Implementation

Joseph S. Augustyn, AICP

Good overview
Sandy Rebuilding -- Update on Implementation

Kenneth P. Nelson, AICP

Useful information
Sandy Rebuilding -- Update on Implementation

Thomas Drewes, AICP

Public Private Partnerships

Stefan Armington, AICP

Falling Rock Revisited

Robert J. Tessier, AICP

Very informative and very funny
Public Private Partnerships

William Nierstedt, AICP

both panels were extremely interesting; all members really knew their stuff. The first part which taught us about what the partnerships were, and available funding sources, was very informative. The second part, which focused on four actual town case studies, was very real. I learned a lot.