Why Providing Information Online Isn’t Enough: Planning Better Public Engagement

APA Georgia Chapter


Wednesday, September 27, 2017
2:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. CDT

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This session will address how to create two-way communication opportunities for online community involvement. Cherokee County will serve as a local case study for how diverse needs can be met through the expanded use of online tools to both inform and involve the community.


Margaret Stallings, AICP

Margaret Stallings, AIA, AICP Principal Planner Cherokee County Planning and Land Use Margaret Stallings is currently Principal Planner for Cherokee County and responsible for Comprehensive Planning, Impact Fees, Bells Ferry LCI - Community Design District, Special Projects and Intergovernmental Coordination on Planning projects. Margaret has nearly 20 years of experience in ... Read More

Amanda Nagl

Amanda Nagl has led community conversations and engagement efforts in three of Colorado’s front-range cities as a professional problem solver, in local government, for almost 20 years. She has worked in municipal departments ranging from police to planning to the city manager’s office serving as the Neighborhood Liaison ... Read More

Contact Info

Elizabeth Trombetta, elizabeth.trombetta@gmail.com