NPC17 Program: 2017 National Planning Conference
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The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling in Reed vs. Town of Gilbert created numerous sign-regulation issues for communities. Learn about the impact of the landmark case from experts who will review the decision, examine how subsequent federal and state court decisions have applied it, investigate how several jurisdictions have responded to it, and discuss common concerns with regard to it.
Meet with friends, colleagues, and fellow Division members. Come for a great time and enjoy light hor d'oeuvres provided by County Planning and Regional & Intergovernmental Planning Division. Drinks are on your own. This is a free event to attend whenever is most convenient for you to attend. Where: Ben's Kosher Deli, 209 W. 38th St., New York, NY
This session will show how to implement a process to protect a community’s water, without adversely affecting private property rights. In addition, an ASA will be discussed for waterbodies that are already impaired.