Planning Ethics - Dealing With Problem Boards and Board Members

APA Connecticut Chapter

#9101197

Friday, April 29, 2016
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

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Overview

Have you ever faced a situation where a board member—or the entire board—goes rogue, veering into unethical or even illegal territory?  As an AICP member, what is your role and what are your responsibilities when this occurs?  We will explore these issues through three video scenarios, discussion among a panel of experts, audience participation through interactive polling, and an opportunity to pose your own questions to the panel.

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https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7902106879829165825

Speakers

Nancy Letendre, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Nancy E. Letendre, Esq., AICP, is an attorney with the Cranston, Rhode Island firm McGunagle Hentz, PC, and a consultant with Mason & Associates, Inc. an environmental and planning firm based in North Scituate, Rhode Island. Ms. Letendre’s practice combines the skills of an experienced land use attorney with those ... Read More

Robert Mitchell, FAICP

Confirmed Speaker

Robert P. Mitchell, FAICP is the Principal of his planning consulting business in Boston MA and a Fellow of AICP. In addition he is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Massachusetts Department of Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning. With over 30 years experience at the state, regional and local levels and non-profit organizations, he specializes in land use issues; comprehensive & strategic planning; innovative zoning tools and techniques; and sustainable development. Additionally he provides ... Read More

Kristin Kassner, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Kristin E. Kassner, AICP - Kristin is currently the President of the APA-MA Chapter and Planning Director for the Town of Burlington. She has over 13 years of local government experience, including broad based responsibilities Long Range & Master Planning, Coalition & Consensus Building, Economic Development and Development & Permitting. Prior to becoming President ... Read More