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Lessons from Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District

2013 Streaming Media
Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District is a critically important planning law case. But what exactly does it mean? APA put together a panel of land-use lawyers to examine how the ruling will affect exactions, property rights, and governmental actions.

$80.00

CM | 1.5
L1.5

Sustainable St. Johns River and Regional Water Resources Tour

Thursday, September 04, 2014, 2:00pmThe St. Johns River is a major waterway in the State of Florida and a key landmark within Northeast Florida. The river is a multi-faceted resource in the region and provides recreation, habitat, water, historical context and is a major waterway for industry and the military as well as an expanding international port facility. This tour along the St. Johns River will explore the methods used to evaluate the quality of water and environmental systems; accomplishments made toward sustainability; and tools that can be used by the community, developers, planners, and regulators to sustain the viability of the river and water supplies. The water taxi tour will take participants west and south of the City to look at historic neighborhoods, new waterfront developments, and into the Ortega River area. Stops will be made at Sadler Point Marina and Tillie Fowler Park. Bottled water will be provided. Casual attire including comfortable shoes, hat or visor, sunglasses, and sunscreen is recommended.

$25.00

Qualitative Analysis for Planning & Policy

2007 Hardcover
Learn to use field research, photography, focus groups, and content analysis and meta-analysis to develop compelling data for a variety of issues.

$34.97

Qualitative Analysis for Planning & Policy

2014 EPUB
Learn to use field research, photography, focus groups, and content analysis and meta-analysis to develop compelling data for a variety of issues.

$33.99

Qualitative Analysis for Planning & Policy

2014 Adobe PDF
Learn to use field research, photography, focus groups, and content analysis and meta-analysis to develop compelling data for a variety of issues.

$33.99

Qualitative Analysis for Planning & Policy

2014 MOBI
Learn to use field research, photography, focus groups, and content analysis and meta-analysis to develop compelling data for a variety of issues.

$33.99

Clear As Mud

2010 Paperback
As both observers of and participants in the creation of the Unified New Orleans Plan, Olshansky and Johnson bring unparalleled detail and insight to this complex story.

$47.95

The Ecological Tie: Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory Mobile Tour

Thursday, October 02, 2014, 10:15am Join us for a guided tour of the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (RMBL), a preeminent international ecological research facility located in the heart of the Elk Mountains. Founded by Dr. John Johnson in Gothic Colorado, in 1928, RMBL has facilitated the research of thousands of students and faculty from around the world. Learn about the mission of RMBL, the continuing ecological research being conducted at the facility and the interface between scientific research and planning policy. Bring sturdy walking shoes. Learning Objectives: 1. History of the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. 2. Background of the scientific research being conducted at the Laboratory. 3. Interface between scientific research and planning policy. CM Criteria: 1. a) We all depend on ecosystems to survive and what we learn about these systems today will determine how well equipped future generations will be to make decisions about our world. An understanding of the interface between science and planning policy is critical to decision making. b) This activity is unbiased and non-promotional. c) Soley for educational purposes. 2. a) The leader is a PhD and the Executive Director of RMBl. b) Lecture, followed by question and answer period. c) print outs with background on the laboratory d) consistent with CM credit criteria. 3. a) self –reporting and an opportunity to evaluate content b) point of contact is a representative from local planning office

$50.00

CM | 1.5

Koontz -- Clarity or Calamity?

Monday, April 28, 2014, 1:00pmThe Koontz v. St. John’s River Water Management District case arose from a Florida agency’s demand for wetland-development mitigation. It quickly became the U.S. Supreme Court’s most important takings decision in years. Examine Koontz’s impact on earlier case law and local administrative practices. What are the new rules for wetland-impact mitigation? And what questions has Koontz left unanswered? *Pending approval for 1.25 CLE from the MCLE of Illinois.

$0.00

CM | 1.25

Urban Planning and Politics

1997 Paperback
This book shows citizens, professionals, and students how planning can and does serve the public interest through changing the built environment.

$52.95

Farm-to-Table Agri-Planning Tour

Friday, September 05, 2014, 7:30amThe purpose of the mobile workshop is to highlight the connection between planning and regional agriculture and how it can be strengthened to create a more sustainable and healthy region; and how food security and food coalitions are critical elements of a healthy and livable community. These concepts are meant to provide resilience of local farming and provide access to healthy, reasonably priced food in the region. This mobile workshop involves stopping at various farms that provide local products to market and restaurants in the region such as Blue Sky Farms and the Barnes Family Farm in the Hastings/Elkton area in St. Johns County. Casual attire including comfortable shoes, hat or visor, sunglasses, and sunscreen is recommended.

$30.00

BETTMAN SYMPOSIUM: Evolution of Affordable Housing Law

Sunday, April 27, 2014, 10:45amAffordable housing law is a mix of measures designed to prevent exclusion and encourage and pay for affordable units. Recent developments have both upended and reaffirmed earlier understandings of the law, and presenters discuss the matter of Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District, the recent New Jersey Supreme Court ruling on ‘growth share,’ and other cases clarifying where affordable housing law stands today. Bettman Symposium. *Pending approval for 1.5 CLE from the MCLE of Illinois.

$0.00

CM | 1.5

Old China Hands Welcome Reception Extra Ticket

Wednesday, September 03, 2014, 6:30pm Join fellow planners for a low key welcome reception to kick off the 2014 Conference overlooking the St. Johns River. This reception continues the Old China Hands tradition of seasoned professionals sharing their wisdom with rising generations of planners. Cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres will be served. After stopping by, head on out downtown for Art Walk! Produced by Downtown Vision, Inc. and held each month from 5 pm to 9 pm—rain or shine—the monthly First Wednesday Art Walk spans more than 15 blocks that includes more than 40 galleries, museums, cultural venues, restaurants, bars and businesses, plus dozens of artists in Hemming Plaza, street performers and live music. Local urban planner Ennis Davis, AICP will lead a guided tour of Art Walk highlights. The tour leaves from the Old China Hands Welcome Reception at 7:30pm.

$35.00

Planning for the Unexpected (PAS 531)

2005 Paperback
Planning tools to identify and manage risks related to land use

$15.00

Old China Hands Welcome Reception Complimentary Ticket

Wednesday, September 03, 2014, 6:30pm Join fellow planners for a low key welcome reception to kick off the 2014 Conference overlooking the St. Johns River. This reception continues the Old China Hands tradition of seasoned professionals sharing their wisdom with rising generations of planners. Cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres will be served. After stopping by, head on out downtown for Art Walk! Produced by Downtown Vision, Inc. and held each month from 5 pm to 9 pm—rain or shine—the monthly First Wednesday Art Walk spans more than 15 blocks that includes more than 40 galleries, museums, cultural venues, restaurants, bars and businesses, plus dozens of artists in Hemming Plaza, street performers and live music. Local urban planner Ennis Davis, AICP will lead a guided tour of Art Walk highlights. The tour leaves from the Old China Hands Welcome Reception at 7:30pm.

$0.00

Planning for Post-Disaster Recovery: Next Generation (PAS 576)

2014 Paperback
This updated manual offers a no-nonsense explanation of the benefits — and limitations — of planning for unpredictable events.

$64.00

Peachtree Center: Grounds for Innovation

Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 2:30pmArchitect and developer John C. Portman Jr. has played a crucial role in shaping modern Atlanta. His three decades of work on Peachtree Center shifted the geography and economy of the city’s downtown. How did his outlook and output evolve over the years? And what do changing times mean for the preservation of his design? Trace his influence and take a look at what lies ahead. Transportation: Walking.

$35.00

CM | 2.0

San Marco Tour

Wednesday, September 03, 2014, 2:00pmParticipants will visit San Marco observing various infill projects and building renovations in a neighborhood which turned down the opportunity for historic designation. The San Marco neighborhood is located across the St. Johns River south Downtown Jacksonville and continues to undergo significant infill redevelopment. The mobile workshop will include a guided walking tour of the neighborhood with discussion of infrastructure improvements, challenges, success stories, past planning and current planning efforts. The tour will include stops at key points in the neighborhood including the San Marco Square, South Jacksonville City Hall, Preservation Hall and Fletcher Park. Bottled water will be provided. Casual attire including comfortable shoes, hat or visor, sunglasses, and sunscreen is recommended.

$25.00

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

Protecting the Environment Through Land Use Law

2014 Paperback
Local government has a unique set of legal tools that can help sustain the built and natural environments. Learn more about those tools and local government’s role in conservation.

$69.95

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