APA Writes and Signs on to Letters in Support of Issues That Impact Planning
APA President Kurt Christiansen, FAICP urges Congress to prioritize action on our 2019 legislative priorities, which are linked to creating just, healthy, and prosperous communities that expand opportunity for all.
APA signs on to a national letter to ask Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) to co-sponsor legislation that will improve local parks and green spaces.
APA sends a letter to Farm Bill conferee leaders expressing support for key provisions that advance local efforts to improve food system planning, expand access to healthy food, improve rural economies, and protect vital agricultural land and environmental resources.
APA sends a letter expressing support for the Coastal Communities Adaptation Act. This legislation would provide critical financing for a range of coastal resiliency plans and projects.
APA signs on to national letter urging Congress to restore advance refunding of the municipal bill, a popular infrastructure tool killed in the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
APA signs on to national coalition letter requesting Congress appropriate adequate funding for the program in FY 2019.
APA signs on to coalition letter requesting oversight on the inclusion of an untested citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
APA sends a letter urging the Department of Commerce to reverse their decision to include a new, untested citizenship question in the 2020 Census.
APA signs on to joint letter urging members of Congress to maintain Municipal and Private Activity Bonds (PABs) in Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R.1)
APA signs on to joint letter urging members of Congress to invest in national parks, a critical component of the nation's infrastructure