Sustainability and comprehensive planning can run on two separate tracks within local government. To create sustaining places, the programs have to come together — but how? APA has worked with 13 communities to develop standards for integrating sustainability into comprehensive plans. Hear about the standards and the goals behind them. Find out what goes into the plan, and get tips for successful public participation and plan implementation. Officials and their staff will see what makes a good comprehensive plan and how it can guide the community's future.
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About the Speakers
David Rouse, FAICP is the Managing Director of Research and Advisory Services for the American Planning Association in Washington, DC. In this capacity he leads the Planning Advisory Service, National Centers for Planning (Green Communities, Hazards Planning, and Planning and Community Health), and special initiatives such as the Sustaining Places Comprehensive Plan Standards and Planning for Autonomous Vehicles. Prior to joining APA, David was a principal at the firm Wallace Roberts & Todd in Philadelphia. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners and a registered landscape architect with over 30 years of experience in community planning, design, and applied research.
Benjamin A. Herman, FAICP, is a Senior Consultant for Clarion Associates. He has been a practicing planner for more than 35 years, with extensive national and international experience in all aspects of planning. He is a skilled facilitator, and widely regarded for his ability to take a big picture, integrative approach to planning. He served as a member of the American Planning Association Task Force that prepared the Planning Advisory Service Report titled “Sustaining Places: The Role of the Comprehensive Plan”. He serves on the faculty of APA’s Planners Training Workshop for Sustaining Places Plans.
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Jennifer Rigby is a Long Range Planner for New Hanover County. She was a member of the APA Pilot Communities Working Group.