Ethics in Leadership Development for the Planner

1000 Friends of Florida

#9073701

Wednesday, May 11, 2016
noon - 1:30 p.m. PDT

CM | 1.50
E | 1.50

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Overview

Susan L. Trevarthen, Esq., FAICP, and Brian D. Teeple, AICP, will cover the ethics requirements of the American Institute of Certified planners and how these interface with Florida’s ethics laws.  Special emphasis will be placed on ethics as it relates to leadership, and common ethics traps.  The session will conclude with a question and answer period.

Resource URL

http://www.1000friendsofflorida.org/communications/webinars/

Speakers

Susan Trevarthen, FAICP

Confirmed Speaker

SUSAN L. TREVARTHEN, ESQ., FAICP chairs the Municipal Land Use and Zoning practice and is a Member of the law firm of Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman, P.L. in Fort Lauderdale. She handles land use, planning and zoning matters for governments, and is Town Attorney for a Broward coastal community. Her work includes reviewing and negotiating development agreements and approvals, drafting municipal codes and plans, advising municipal staffs, managers and attorneys, defending challenges to municipal regulations and decisions, handling public hearings, and counseling elected officials, as well as advocating for municipalities on legislative issues in her field. Her practice also includes constitutional law issues (such as regulation of First Amendment-protected land uses including signs, places of worship and adult uses, and takings and Harris Act issues); hot topics in zoning law such as medical marijuana, sober houses and vacation rentals; and public school facilities. Ms. Trevarthen is board certified ... Read More

Brian Teeple, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Brian Teeple has served in the capacity of Chief Executive Officer for the Northeast Florida Regional Council since 1989. He held the position of Deputy Director with the Council from 1986-89. He has also worked in planning related positions for such entities as the Florida Department of Community Affairs and ... Read More