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Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: A Factory in Every Home? New Manufacturing Technologies and Metropolitan Spatial Development (podcast)

Leslie P. McGowan, AICP

Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: Principles to Guide the Future of Planning Practice (podcast)

John E. Peterson, AICP

I really appreciated Peter's perspective and his 7 guiding principles for planners and the unique roll that planners can play in today's political and economic environment.
Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: The Case for the Calumet National Heritage Area (podcast)

Daniel E. Keen, AICP

Podcast 2013 AICP Symposium: People and Places

Charles S. Dixon, AICP

Tuesdays at APA–DC: The Purple Line Coalition in Suburban Maryland: Why TOD Is Not Enough (podcast)

Patrick J. McMahon, AICP

Good information about efforts to evaluate the potential change in the corridor and bring best practices to the corridor about minimizing displacement of residents and businesses.
Tuesdays at APA--Chicago: Parking Management Strategies to Support Livable Communities (podcast)

Philip Banea, AICP

Tuesdays at APA-DC (podcast): Strengthening Local Capacity for Data-Driven Decision Making

Patrick J. McMahon, AICP

Great to see the continuing work of several groups with which I have worked. Valuable information and especially exciting to see how Integrated Data Systems are bringing together different types of data.
Streaming: Regulating First Amendment Land Uses

Mark T. Griffin, AICP

Tuesdays at APA–DC: The Purple Line Coalition in Suburban Maryland: Why TOD Is Not Enough (podcast)

Aaron G. Waller, AICP

Snappy and well presented. Good maps!
Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: Sex, Guns, and God! The 1st and 2nd Amendments and Local Regulation (podcast)

John H. Palm, AICP

Podcast 2012 AICP Symposium: Aging in Place: Planning's Role and Responsibilities

Ian Frost

Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: Prioritizing Water Supply Planning in the Chicago Region (podcast)

Ian Frost

Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: Front-Line Perspectives from APA's Community Planning Assistance Teams (podcast)

Richard L. Dunn, AICP

Lots of positives and thanks for volunteering. Some of the presentations narratives slides did not match one-another. Generalized comments and lack of specifics detracted from the presentations.
Tuesdays at APA--Chicago: Parking Management Strategies to Support Livable Communities (podcast)

Richard L. Dunn, AICP

Easy to follow (hear, see slides, and connect). The studies were based on real situationa nd problems. She proposed goals (solutions). Lost of maps and a good outline. Good report.
Podcast 2012 AICP Symposium: Aging in Place: Planning's Role and Responsibilities

Matthew Scott. Balling, AICP

Tuesdays at APA-DC (podcast): Rethinking Federal Transportation Policy or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love General Fund Revenues

Stuart Rohrbaugh, AICP

Presenter did a great job boiling down federal changes to policy and how politics sometimes influence decision making to our national transportation improvements.
Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: Front-Line Perspectives from APA's Community Planning Assistance Teams (podcast)

Danielle Murray, AICP

Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: Emotions and Planning (podcast)

Mark P. Hudson, AICP

Tuesdays at APA-DC: The Missing Metric (podcast)

David H. Hirschle, AICP

Tuesdays at APA-Chicago: Making Your Development Approval Process an Economic Development Tool (podcast)

Catherine D. Madison, AICP

This was a very good presentation on the function and impact of development review, and how it impacts developers.