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North Carolina Chapter

$40.00 Member Price

2014 APA South Carolina Chapter Conference

Online registration closes on July 11, 2014 at 11:59 CT. Registrations requested after this deadline will be processed as paper registrations and will be subject to a late fee of $25.00. Paper registrations are available with check or credit card payment by contacting Ernie Boughman, President-Elect/ Programs Chair at (803) 479-9445 or eboughman@tooledesign.com.

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2014 North Carolina Planning Conference

Early Registration ends on September 17th. After September 17th ALL registrations must be done on-site. Changes and cancellations must be received by email to confregistration@planning.org by September 17, 2014. There is a $25 processing fee for each change and a $30 processing fee for cancellations.

$999.00

Everyday Ethics for Practicing Planners

2002 Paperback
Carol Barrett offers planners a way to recognize the ethical conflicts that arise, analyze them, and apply relevant sections of the AICP Code of Ethics.

$43.95

Connecting Community Plans

2015 Streaming Media
Learn how linking consolidated plans and comprehensive plans can cut duplication and close gaps in planning efforts.

$80.00

CM | 1.25

Planning Made Easy

1994 Hardcover
This manual greatly simplifies the task of training new commissioners and zoning board members. If you are faced with a group unfamiliar with planning, this manual is for you!

$58.95

Opening Reception Ticket

Wednesday, October 01, 2014, 6:30pmThe Conference will kick-off with an opening reception Wednesday night at The Cotton Room (807 Main Street, #350). The Cotton Room is a beautiful, revitalized former factory located in the Golden Belt District of Downtown Durham.

$45.00

Recreation and Sports Tourism on the Grand Strand Mobile Workshop

Friday, October 17, 2014, 8:00am Recreation is such an integral part of South Carolina’s economy and a critical part of the Grand Strand’s tourism. A description and overview of the athletic fields and facilities located at multiple sites that are owned and operated by the Cities of Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach will be provided, with a tour of the new North Myrtle Beach Sports Complex. Also, an update on the Myrtle Beach Sports Center will occur and sports facility advisory/sports facility management will be discussed. Finally, the value of sports tourism using facts and figures and the role of customer service and event creativity as it relates to developing and maintaining events will be highlighted. Registration is limited to 22 people.

$20.00

CM | 1.25

Rural by Design

2015 Paperback
America's suburbs, small cities, and rural areas need new solutions. Find them in an entirely new edition of a planning classic.

$109.95

Opening Reception Complimentary Ticket

Wednesday, October 01, 2014, 6:30pm The Conference will kick-off with an opening reception Wednesday night at The Cotton Room (807 Main Street, #350). The Cotton Room is a beautiful, revitalized former factory located in the Golden Belt District of Downtown Durham.

$0.00

The East Coast Greenway Mobile Workshop

Friday, October 17, 2014, 2:00pm The East Coast Greenway runs from Canada to Florida. Learn about this impressive active living initiative as we take a leisurely 8-mile bike ride from the Myrtle Beach YMCA to the Whispering Pines Golf Course near the Myrtle Beach Airport. Registration is limited to 20 people. Bikes will be provided.

$45.00

CM | 4.0

YPG Night Out – Network with the Next Generation

Thursday, October 16, 2014, 7:30pmIt’s dinner and volleyball with a twist for the young planners in our midst! Come check out how you can be part of SCAPA YPG with food, networking, team building, and monster spikes on the court. Reservations are required but the event is free to attend! We encourage our 35 and under planners to participate as well! Registration is limited to 25 people.

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Tech Tools for Planners Workshop

Wednesday, October 15, 2014, 1:00pmTechnology continues to evolve and can make our lives easier as planners. Often times though, we just don’t have the time to pick up a new tool and learn about it because of our everyday workload. Please join us for this technology trade show to learn about tools that can make your job easier, from Google Sketch Up to online GIS. Registration is limited to 25 people. Please bring your own laptop and we’ll load these tools onto your personal or work computer.

$15.00

CM | 4.0

Rye and Shine Mobile Workshop

Thursday, October 16, 2014, 4:15pmJoin us for a lively presentation on the new Stone and Pint Bills, micro brewing, operations, and the state of craft beer in South Carolina. This mobile workshop will take attendees to visit and tour the New South Brewery located in Myrtle Beach. Participants will hear from craft brewers about what it takes to manufacture and distribute craft beer in South Carolina under new State laws that have broad implications to local zoning and land use. Is it a manufacturing facility? Is it a distribution facility? Is it a restaurant? Is it all of the above, and how can a zoning code accommodate the growing and diverse world of craft beer? Transportation will be provided and attendees receive a pint of product and a pint glass to commemorate the workshop. Registration is limited to 22 people.

$28.00

CM | 2.0

Planning for Street Connectivity (PAS 515)

2003 Paperback
Planners, decision makers, and residents should gain from this report a better understanding of the concept of connectivity, as well as ideas about how best to address the goal of connectivity in their own communities.

$15.00

Mid-Atlantic Chapters and Schools Reception

Monday, April 28, 2014, 5:30pmJoin APA DE, APA MD, APA National Capital (DC), APA VA, APA NC, APA SC, Clemson University, University of Maryland, University of North Carolina, National Center for Smart Growth, The Catholic University of America, University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Tech and West Virginia University for a reception located at Der Biergarten, 300 Marietta St, Atlanta, GA 30313.

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Cell Towers – What’s Behind the Curtains

Thursday, October 02, 2014, 2:30pmThe wireless industry has built more than 300,000 cell sites in the United States in the past 20 years. But many more cell sites are needed as citizens continue to migrate from landline based services and continue to adopt highly sophisticated wireless devices that will continue to drive the demand for additional capacity. This highly interactive mobile workshop will give planners: 1. A hands-on tour of wireless sites with detailed observations and descriptions of the equipment and the resulting space requirements required to support a cell tower. 2. Detailed information and explanations of how a tower interacts with adjacent towers and the process for identifying site locations 3. An explanation of tower design, structural components, construction materials and base- station equipment requirements including backup power generators. 4. A firsthand look at access requirements, design and camouflage techniques for cell sites including discussions of fall zone engineering. 5. The ability to interact with and ask specific questions of cell site planners, construction engineers and radio frequency engineers.

$25.00

CM | 3.0

AICP Pre-Exam Review Session

Wednesday, October 01, 2014, 2:30pmDo you plan to take the AICP exam in 2014 or are you considering becoming certified? This workshop will give you an overview of the AICP examination process. We will discuss the application, exam subject matter, NCAPA review session opportunities, testing environment, study techniques, and study resources. Planners should be advised that APA has revised the exam as of this November’s test window.

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Transforming a Post-Panama Rural Economy

Monday, April 28, 2014, 10:30amRural communities across the United States face a critical challenge. They must foster new economic development, or they’ll continue to lose population to growing metropolitan areas. See how Orangeburg County, South Carolina, developed a plan to encourage economic development that builds on existing assets and takes advantage of global market forces bolstered by widening the Panama Canal.

$0.00

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