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Riverside-Avondale Tour

Friday, September 05, 2014, 1:30pmTravel to Jacksonville's Riverside-Avondale neighborhood, the largest nationally-registered historic district in Florida, and recipient of the APA Great Places in America for the “Neighborhood” category in 2010. This neighborhood features an eclectic mix of architectural styles, as well as expanding commercial areas and numerous parks. Explore the new challenges facing these revitalized and successful neighborhoods. The tour will include stops at key points in the neighborhood including the Five Points Theatre, Riverside Baptist Church, the Shops of Avondale, and Memorial Park, which was designed by the noted Olmstead firm. Bottled water will be provided. Casual attire including comfortable shoes, hat or visor, sunglasses, and sunscreen is recommended.

$30.00

The Planning Commissioners Guide

2013 Paperback
This step-by-step guidebook gets new planning commissioners off on the right foot and helps experienced commission members navigate their roles.

$29.95

The Citizen's Guide to Planning

2013 EPUB
APA's popular primer for citizens is a 21st-century guide for anyone who wants to make his or her community a better place.

$23.99

The Citizen's Guide to Planning

2013 MOBI
APA's popular primer for citizens is a 21st-century guide for anyone who wants to make his or her community a better place.

$23.99

The Citizen's Guide to Planning

2009 Paperback
APA's popular primer for citizens is a 21st-century guide for anyone who wants to make his or her community a better place.

$24.95

The Citizen's Guide to Planning

2013 Adobe PDF
APA's popular primer for citizens is a 21st-century guide for anyone who wants to make his or her community a better place.

$23.99

Transit-Oriented Development in Metro Atlanta

Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 1:30pmHow do rapid-transit stations shape their neighborhoods? Hop aboard for a tour of MARTA stations and the communities they serve. Planners and local guides will take you through the quarter mile around three stations, with a focus on housing. Hear how MARTA affects Decatur’s walkable downtown, Avondale’s industrial area, and the King Memorial neighborhood near Georgia State College. Together, these communities show the complexity and evolution of successful TODs. Transportation: Public, walking.

$40.00

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21st Century Planning Commission

2013 Streaming Media
A panel of presenters — including the authors of the new Planning Commissioners Guide — gives diverse perspectives and practical pointers for new planning commissioners and veterans alike.

$225.00

Fast, Funny, & Passionate 2

Monday, April 28, 2014, 4:00pmA sense of humor goes a long way towards solving planning problems. Be prepared to laugh as you hear nine speakers (quickly) address common planning challenges. Planners are Funny (at least some),Paul C. Zucker, FAICP; Reviving downtown in a city torn between historic village & hip/modern sensibilities, M. Margo Wheeler, AICP; "Hey! Can I sell you a trail?", Gregory A. Kern, AICP; Plain Talk: Words to Use (and NOT Use) In Planning Circles Jamie A. Cochran, AICP; Planning for Zombies, Drones, and Other Ridiculous Trends, Tareq S. Wafaie, AICP; Streetscapes..in the snow, Grace Wu, AICP; Getting to Yes: Matching the Comprehensive Plan Expectations of the Planning Commission and the Council, Peter G. Conrad, AICP; The Emperors New Infrastructure, Andrew Boenau, AICP; Don't Let Tourist Fool You-They Love to Shop, but Irrationally!, Robert J. Gibbs; Master Street Plans: Breaking the Cycle of Haphazard Urban Form, Paul Knight, AICP

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Planning for Hillside Development (PAS 466)

1996 Paperback
Hillside development demands special attention because of safety concerns and its impact on the environment. This report examines the tradeoffs inherent in hillside development.

$15.00

Planning Los Angeles

2012 Paperback
Los Angeles isn't planned; it just happens. Right? Not so fast ...

$34.95

Growing Greener

1999 Paperback
Randall Arendt offers detailed explanations of resource-conserving development techniques that make both environmental and economic sense.

$49.95

Plenary: Redevelopment after Sandy

Monday, April 28, 2014, 7:30amLeaders and advisors in the multi-state redevelopment after Superstorm or Hurricane Sandy provide an update and insight into this massive rebuilding effort. Henk Ovink is the senior advisor to Shaun Donovan, Secretary HUD, and chair Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force. Dale Morris is Senior Economist at the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Washington, DC, providing economic and political analyses of US macro-economic, fiscal and monetary policy, as well as US federal budget, tax and appropriations developments. Morris directs the Dutch Government's Water Management network in Louisiana, Florida and California, where the focus is on a broad array of “sustainability” topics such as flood protection, flood risk mitigation, coastal restoration, and water supply/conveyance. David Waggonner is a New Orleans architect who has been a principal in the development of the Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan.

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Grid / Street / Place

2009 Hardcover
Grid / Street / Place is a unique approach to understanding urban design through scientific, empirical research.

$54.95

Planning in the Face of Conflict

2013 Paperback
How can planners take conflicted communities from passionate demands to practical solutions? Facilitative leadership offers helpful answers.

$29.95

Planning Chicago

2013 Paperback
Chicago is the Rust Belt Metropolis That Could, the one that has not only thrived but shouldered its way onto the list of global cities. But what did planning have to do with it?

$34.95

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