APA New York Upstate Chapter

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Wednesday, January 9, 2019
2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. EST

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Overview

The Town of Brookhaven has developed an innovative planning tool that will not only redesign the government of the second largest town in the State and provide meaningful results to its constituents, but also provide a model and catalyst for government reinvention and best practices statewide. The Municipal Consolidation Efficiency Plan, aptly named Brookhaven United, was designed in collaboration with partners to reassess services, redesign government models, and redeploy service delivery protocols across municipal boundaries. The plan was awarded the sole $19.7 million MCEC grant in recognition of the visionary solutions and their potential to impact governments throughout the state.  This session will review the key components of the Brookhaven United plan and discuss how they can be implemented in Counties, Towns and Villages throughout the Capital District.  

Speakers

Matt Miner

Matt Miner is the Chief of Operations and Director of Finance for the Town of Brookhaven. Mr. Miner has over 28 years of experience in local government on Long Island, working extensively in Waste Management, Building Management and Enforcement, Budget Development, Capital Planning and Project Management, Human Resources Management, and ... Read More

Nicole Allen

Ms. Allen fully manages the planning department and directs all planning, grants and community development projects and staff. Ms. Allen is a seasoned manager and has overseen the successful procurement and administration of funding for communities throughout New York State. With over eighteen years of experience, she has developed and ... Read More

Ben Syden

Ben Syden, AICP currently holds the position of Vice President at Laberge Group. Mr. Syden has over 25 years of experience with New York State municipalities and industries in the areas of strategic planning, economic and community development, financing, government efficiency, land use regulations, downtown revitalization, grant writing, and management ... Read More

Contact Info

Martin Daley, mdaley@cdrpc.org