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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: Parking Management Strategies to Support Livable Communities (podcast)

Carl Vincent Laurenc C. Nadela, AICP

Tuesdays at APA--Chicago: Supporting TOD in Metro Chicago (podcast)

Carl Vincent Laurenc C. Nadela, AICP

APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Christopher Gralapp, AICP

I wish the format of this program would change, providing more background on the cases and than discussing how those factors impacted it without jargon or explaining in more detail about the jargon. For instance spend more time talking about aspects of Strict Legal Review.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Michael Swidrak, AICP

APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Patricia A. Maley, AICP

This program benefitted from the commentary provided to the local audience by Delaware attorney Max Walton in the second/accompanying portion of the program presented by Delaware APA in Newark, DE. Wish all attorneys could be as enthused in their presentation of the law as Max is.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

George M. Homewood III, AICP

Good, albeit a tad scary, overview of SCOTUS cases and their potential impact on planning and zoning
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Luis N. Serna, AICP

APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Sean M.V. Foley, AICP

For me, the most important case was Reed v. Town of Gilbert, AZ. I agree that even though the decision was unanimous, the justices had very different perspectives on what constitutes content-neutral or not. I expect a lot of chaos coming out of this ruling. The Planet Aid v. City of St. Johns, MI seems very free-speech "expansive." I was unclear about what court decided the case. (I'll be checking the resource materials.) The Texas case was interesting, but seemed clear (although not to a minority of the justices). Horne v. USDA was pretty humorously presented, but the case demonstrates how the Court still wrestles with the finery of takings claims. It makes me think of CB&Q RR Co. v. Chicago and those intricate analyses of 1897. The St. Bernard Parish case is also very complicated, but the facts were covered well. (I was not familiar with the Court of Federal Claims.) The other state cases were of some interest, but probably won't be relevant in our area.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Christina Dorrance Day, AICP

APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Eoin Joseph Wrafter, AICP

APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Rebecca Brofft Everette, AICP

Good information, but presented by long-winded lawyers. The presentation could have used more concise slides and speakers.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Hugh D. Hale, AICP

Moderator’s microphone & connection was clear; it was hard to understand all of the speakers because of all the static. The speakers too spoke in legal “e”s and a few times explained things in double negatives, as if that was somehow different from a positive.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Brad Belo, AICP

Very interesting summary well explained by speakers.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Douglas R. Johnson, AICP

Well informed panel members who tried to tie the recent court decisions back to typical planning practices.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

John M. Gaadt, AICP

While knowledgeable, the speakers spoke "over the heads" of most people at our event. Some points made would have been more germane to lawyers than planners.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Andrea J. Trabelsi, AICP

APA DE had Max Walton, Esq. present following the webinar. He did a fantastic job boiling down the key points of many of the national cases covered by the webinar and helping our group of planners understand more specifically the implications for us locally. I would highly recommend him for future planning law presentations.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Linda B. Dixon, AICP

The topic was good and the selection of cases was diverse but the delivery was very dry and hard to stay awake and follow especially in a web delivery format. A better approach would be to include more dynamic panel discussions in-depth debating and deliberating about these decisions and their implications. We watched as a group, and on a couple of them we were ready to jump in with our own assessment of the decisions. This would have been more interesting to listen to.
APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Roberta Grill, AICP

APA Audio/Web Conference: 2015 Planning Law Review

Constance C. Holland, AICP