There's an App for That: a showcase for software and online tools

APA Northern New England Chapter


Friday, September 8, 2017
12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. EDT

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Take a deep dive into placemaking projects that utilized crowdfunding campaigns to allow direct citizen investment in their communities. See how to quickly, affordably and with direct buy in and support of your community improve the public spaces in your community while enhancing the quality of life for all residents.

  Explore the Vermont Transportation Resiliency App – a new screening method to evaluate vulnerability of closure or failure for roads, bridges, and culverts. The goal is to identify critical, high risk road segments and crossing structures to guide infrastructure planning and capital expenditure programming. The app will be accessible to municipal, state and regional government agencies for planning at the watershed or sub-watershed level.



Learn about one municipality’s decision-making process for selecting the right permitting software from the myriad of choices available.




Dave Southwick

David Southwick, Planning and Permitting Administrator, City of St. Albans, VT Dave Southwick is the Planning and Permitting Administrator for the City of St. Albans, Vermont. He is relatively new to the Municipal Planning world, having been at his position for just over one year. However, he has spent 30 ... Read More

Roy Schiff

Roy Schiff, Water Resource Scientist/Engineer, Milone & MacBroom Roy is a Water Resource Scientist and Engineer with Milone & MacBroom, Inc. and manages their Vermont branch office. He received his PhD in Aquatic Ecosystem Studies from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in 2005 and his M.S. Eng ... Read More

Jonathan Berk

Jonathan Berk, Director, New England Region, Patronicity Jonathan has worked as an attorney focusing on real estate development projects across Massachusetts for several years helping developers and investors realize their creative visions for development projects and communities. Working on these he realized there was always something missing. You can build ... Read More

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