Livability in Alaska

Alaska Chapter of APA


Tuesday, November 15, 2016
10:45 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. AKST

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The concept of "livability" has suffered various levels of suspicion from both citizens and planners alike.  This discussion will focus on providing information on what is livability, the major components, and benefits.  The takeaway will include answers to the question, What Alaska planners can do to integrate livability for their communities' best benefit?


Sara Jansen

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Tyler Robinson, AICP

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Tyler Robinson is the Director, Development Planning and Finance with Cook Inlet Housing Authority (CIHA), the largest of Alaska’s regional housing authorities. CIHA is one of the most active residential developers in the state, with a strong emphasis in affordable housing and community revitalization. Tyler manages pre-development planning and ... Read More

Donald Kostelec, AICP

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Don Kostelec, AICP, is a Senior Planning Associate with Alta Planning & Design in Boise, Idaho. Don has worked in the planning and transportation field since 2002. In recent years, he has applied Health Impact Assessments and other various integrated health/planning efforts in North Carolina, Alaska, West Virginia, Tennessee, Utah ... Read More

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