The Ebb and Flow of Intergovernmental Cooperation

APA Kansas Chapter

#9133672

Friday, October 20, 2017
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. CDT

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Overview

 

The good, bad, and ugly of intergovernmental cooperation.  What works, what doesn’t, and why some tools are never presented. This session will discuss planning issues that arise from the different objectives between city and county planning and the intergovernmental cooperation used to address them.  There will be a brief history of some of the tools used in Kansas to assist in intergovernmental cooperation and a deeper discussion on how those tools have affected planning efforts for both the City of Salina and Saline County along with thoughts on other tools that may be effective.  Finally we will discuss some of the political pressures that cause the ebb and flow of intergovernmental planning.

 

Speakers

David Neal, AICP

Invited Speaker

Title, Organization: Planning director, Saline County Location: Salina, KS Biography: David Neal is the Planning Director for Saline County. He has worked both city and county planning and learned the grass is not greener, just a different shade of brown. Read More

Dean Andrew

Invited Speaker

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Contact Info

Bonnie Johnson, bojojohn@ku.edu