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APA Rhode Island Chapter

APA RI is the Rhode Island Chapter of the American Planning Association, a non-profit public interest and research organization dedicated to urban, suburban, regional and rural planning. APA RI members include planners at all government levels, private consultants, local planning board members, landscape architects, environmental scientists, lawyers, professors, students and other professionals dedicated to sound planning principles.


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Economic Impact of RI Plant-Based Industries and Agriculture: Update of 2012 Plan

Jason M. Pezzullo, AICP

Economic Impact of RI Plant-Based Industries and Agriculture: Update of 2012 Plan

Albert V. Ranaldi Jr., AICP

Very Interesting subject
LiDAR - A new tool for Historic Preservation

Samuel J. Shamoon, AICP

Excellent presentations
Keynote address: From Sticks to Stones and Back Again - the underground story of New England's stone walls

Samuel J. Shamoon, AICP

G2: It’s Not About You, It’s About Us!

David J. Emilita, AICP

Integrative design is the only way to achieve the best results on a complex project design.
G3: Corridor re-mix: Connecting the nodes in Marstons Mills

Samuel J. Shamoon, AICP

Excellent presentations.
G3: Corridor re-mix: Connecting the nodes in Marstons Mills

William Francis Lyons Jr., AICP

G4: Using Market Analysis to Inform your TDR Strategy

Paige R. Bronk, AICP

G4: Using Market Analysis to Inform your TDR Strategy

Peter Andrew Flinker

G5: Effective Urban Wayfinder

James B. Carpentier, AICP

The other speaker was outstanding and excllent participation and questions by attendees
G2: It’s Not About You, It’s About Us!

Katherine Taylor Lacy, AICP

G4: Using Market Analysis to Inform your TDR Strategy

Michael C. Vivaldi, AICP

G3: Corridor re-mix: Connecting the nodes in Marstons Mills

Al N. Sylvestre, AICP

G3: Corridor re-mix: Connecting the nodes in Marstons Mills

Delia P. Fey, AICP

There wasn't enough time for my group to make a decisions. The interactive nature of the workshop was great, especially at the end of the conference - keeps people engaged and from leaving. I would like to use this technique with my commission when we have a similar issue to work on.
G3: Corridor re-mix: Connecting the nodes in Marstons Mills

William S. Voelker, AICP

I learned a lot here. The breakout problem solve was fun.
G5: Effective Urban Wayfinder

Laura Watson McMenamin, AICP

totally need maps!!
G3: Corridor re-mix: Connecting the nodes in Marstons Mills

Richard D. Schultz, AICP

G5: Effective Urban Wayfinder

Samuel S. Gold, AICP

G5: Effective Urban Wayfinder

Ken M. Livingston, AICP

G4: Using Market Analysis to Inform your TDR Strategy

Robert L. Ricchi Jr., AICP