APA Florida Chapter, Emerald Coast Section

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Thursday, November 12, 2015
10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. CST

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Overview

The purpose of the session is to discuss how various generations wish to work, live and travel and the implications going forward in planning for communities and community design and building.  This panel will also address how the various generations relate to each other.

 

The moderator of the session is Florida State Representative Jay Trumbull Jr.  Speakers are Dr. Tim Chapin, associate dean of the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy at Florida State University; Laura Diettrich, owner of Diettrich Planning; and Jonathan Paul. 

 

Moderator, Jay Trumbull Jr. (Age 26) is a member of the Florida House of Representatives. He is serving in his first term, representing District 6, which covers parts of his native Bay County. He is only the third republican ever elected to the Florida House from Bay County. As a member of the Florida House, Trumbull serves on four committees: health and human services, veterans and military affairs, health innovation and the appropriations committee for agriculture and natural services. Outside of his legislative service, he works at Culligan Water, where he is now the fourth generation to work at the family-owned business started over 60 years ago by his great grandfather, and now run by his father. Trumbull is a graduate of Auburn University where he earned a bachelors of science degree in entrepreneurship and family business. A combination of his family’s commitment to civic involvement and his concern for the growing impact of government regulation impacting local businesses led to his decision to seek public office.

 

Tim Chapin is a Professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Associate Dean in the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy at Florida State University. Chapin's work has been supported by the Florida DOT, the Florida DEO, Florida Sea Grant, the Century Commission for a Sustainable Florida, and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Chapin is currently a PI on two multi-year projects with FDOT investigating the impacts of autonomous vehicles on the Florida landscape, overseeing the citizen survey effort and leading the Future of Florida Under AV initiative.

 

Lara Diettrich is the owner and principal of Diettrich Planning, LLC located in Jacksonville serving NE FL and the state and is a certified Jacksonville Small Emerging Business. Lara’s experience is quite diverse, ranging from land planning entitlements, drafting public policies, and Neighborhood Action Planning to Community Redevelopment Area planning, brownfields, military installations, community engagement, and expert witness testimony.

Lara has served in numerous positions over the years including, but not limited to: Jacksonville Planning Commissioner, President of the Florida Planning and Zoning Association, NE FL Regional Representative for the Florida Redevelopment Association, Florida Brownfields Association Conference Chair, and Florida Economic Development Council Planning Tract Chair. Lara is a Board Member of the Urban Land Institute’s North Florida Council and is currently the Building Healthy Places Committee Chair

Lara serves on the Board of Directors for the Sanctuary On 8th Street, a non-profit high risk, low income youth and family center in Jacksonville’s Urban Core. Lara was born and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona and has undergraduate studies from Arizona State University, a BA in Political Science and an Masters in Public Administration both from the University of North Florida.

Jonathan Paul of Nue Urban Concepts has over 10 years of planning experience in the public, private and university sectors. Jonathan has a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Florida and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Florida. He is an adjunct professor in the College of Design, Construction and Planning at the University of Florida. Jonathan served more than 10 years as the local government representative on the Florida Department of Transportation Level of Service Committee. Jonathan has presented at a number of local and regional planning conferences. He has served on numerous technical advisory committees for planning and transportation related issues.

Jonathan was a principal author of the award winning Alachua County Mobility Plan that allowed for Transit Oriented and Traditional Neighborhood Developments and replaced transportation concurrency with the simplified and streamlined Multi-Modal Transportation Mitigation Program (Hybrid Mobility Fee).  As part of the Mobility Plan, Jonathan also played a lead role in the development of the 1st Public / Private Transportation Improvement District in Florida

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The purpose of the session is to discuss how various generations wish to work, live and travel and the implications going forward in planning for communities and community design and building.  This panel will also address how the various generations relate to each other.

 

The moderator of the session is Florida State Representative Jay Trumbull Jr.  Speakers are Dr. Tim Chapin, associate dean of the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy at Florida State University; Laura Diettrich, owner of Diettrich Planning; and Jonathan Paul. 

 

Moderator, Jay Trumbull Jr. (Age 26) is a member of the Florida House of Representatives. He is serving in his first term, representing District 6, which covers parts of his native Bay County. He is only the third republican ever elected to the Florida House from Bay County. As a member of the Florida House, Trumbull serves on four committees: health and human services, veterans and military affairs, health innovation and the appropriations committee for agriculture and natural services. Outside of his legislative service, he works at Culligan Water, where he is now the fourth generation to work at the family-owned business started over 60 years ago by his great grandfather, and now run by his father. Trumbull is a graduate of Auburn University where he earned a bachelors of science degree in entrepreneurship and family business. A combination of his family’s commitment to civic involvement and his concern for the growing impact of government regulation impacting local businesses led to his decision to seek public office.

 

Tim Chapin is a Professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Associate Dean in the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy at Florida State University. Chapin's work has been supported by the Florida DOT, the Florida DEO, Florida Sea Grant, the Century Commission for a Sustainable Florida, and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Chapin is currently a PI on two multi-year projects with FDOT investigating the impacts of autonomous vehicles on the Florida landscape, overseeing the citizen survey effort and leading the Future of Florida Under AV initiative.

 

Lara Diettrich is the owner and principal of Diettrich Planning, LLC located in Jacksonville serving NE FL and the state and is a certified Jacksonville Small Emerging Business. Lara’s experience is quite diverse, ranging from land planning entitlements, drafting public policies, and Neighborhood Action Planning to Community Redevelopment Area planning, brownfields, military installations, community engagement, and expert witness testimony.

 

 

 

Lara has served in numerous positions over the years including, but not limited to: Jacksonville Planning Commissioner, President of the Florida Planning and Zoning Association, NE FL Regional Representative for the Florida Redevelopment Association, Florida Brownfields Association Conference Chair, and Florida Economic Development Council Planning Tract Chair. Lara is a Board Member of the Urban Land Institute’s North Florida Council and is currently the Building Healthy Places Committee Chair

 

 

 

Lara serves on the Board of Directors for the Sanctuary On 8th Street, a non-profit high risk, low income youth and family center in Jacksonville’s Urban Core. Lara was born and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona and has undergraduate studies from Arizona State University, a BA in Political Science and an Masters in Public Administration both from the University of North Florida.

 

 

 

Jonathan Paul of Nue Urban Concepts has over 10 years of planning experience in the public, private and university sectors. Jonathan has a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Florida and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Florida. He is an adjunct professor in the College of Design, Construction and Planning at the University of Florida. Jonathan served more than 10 years as the local government representative on the Florida Department of Transportation Level of Service Committee. Jonathan has presented at a number of local and regional planning conferences. He has served on numerous technical advisory committees for planning and transportation related issues.

 

Jonathan was a principal author of the award winning Alachua County Mobility Plan that allowed for Transit Oriented and Traditional Neighborhood Developments and replaced transportation concurrency with the simplified and streamlined Multi-Modal Transportation Mitigation Program (Hybrid Mobility Fee).  As part of the Mobility Plan, Jonathan also played a lead role in the development of the 1st Public / Private Transportation Improvement District in Florida

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speakers

Dr. Tim Chapin

Dr. Tim Chapin is Professor and Chair in the Department of Urban & Regional Planning at FSU. His expertise is in the areas of growth management, land development, and infrastructure planning. He has obtained over $3 million in outside funding to support his work, including funding from FEMA, DEM, DOT, DEO ... Read More