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2018 Fire Island Tour Flyer FINAL2

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Registration Now Open to APA Members and Non-Members!

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2018 Suffolk County Existing Land Use/Land Available for Development and Theoretical Residential Buildout

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July 31, 2018
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

H. Lee Dennison Building Media Center
100 Veterans Memorial Highway
Hauppauge NY, 11788

Presented By: Staff of the Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning, Division of Planning and Environment

Andrew Freleng
Peter Lambert
John Corral
Michael Selig
Mehwish Mehfooz

Presentation: The Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning (EDP) initiated a land use update at the request of the Suffolk County Department of Health Services (DHS) in support of the development of the Suffolk County Sub-Watersheds Wastewater Plan – Suffolk County Management Program for the Reduction of Nitrogen Loading from Wastewater Sources (SWP). EDP was asked to analyze “land use”, “land available for development” and residential “buildout” for all of Suffolk County. This includes the analysis of all ten towns, and thirty three villages in the County. The number of separate parcels investigated totaled well over a half-million parcels. This support initiative for the DHS SWP was conducted in two phases: Existing Land Use Inventory/Land available for Development and Residential Buildout.

AICP-CM Credits are being requested. 

Registration: This is a free event. Space is limited, please RSVP to Christine DeSalvo at planning@suffolkcountyny.gov by July 27th, 2018.

Local Government Training Workshop:
Improving Community Resiliency

Where: Suffolk County H. Lee Dennison Building
100 Veterans Memorial Highway
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Date: May 23, 2018
Time: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm (check in and refreshments 8:30-9:00am)

On behalf of the New York State Floodplain and Stormwater managers Association, New York Sea Grant, the Syracuse University Environmental Finance Center, and partners, I am pleased to invite you to attend a day-long resiliency training for local governments.  This workshop will have two concurrent tracks: 1) Planning for Community Resiliency, and 2) Code Enforcement for Flood Resilience.

Track 1: Planning for Community Resiliency will help communities plan for an uncertain future. Attendees will gain an understanding of potential extreme weather impacts, and other threats, in their region, understand the tools necessary to help them identify risks, and manage and plan for the future.

Track 2: Code Enforcement for Flood Resilience will help Code Enforcement Officers better understand Elevation Certificates, Post-Disaster Floodplain Administrator Response, and the interaction between foundation and flood vents.

Workshop agenda at: https://seagrant.sunysb.edu/coastalcomm/pdfs/ResiliencyTraining-LI-Agenda-0518.pdf

Registration:
Registration is $30 Members of the New York State Floodplain and Stormwater Managers Association; $40 Non-Members; includes continental breakfast (sponsored by Smart Vent) and lunch and is first come, first serve.
Register at: nyfloods.org by May 18, 2018.

2018 Arthur Kunz Breakfast Announcement FINAL3

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Transformation in Transportation

Scott Le Vine

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18 AK Breakfast Save the Date DRAFT2

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webheader_aug_17Long Island Section Awards Four Scholarships for Attendance at the 2018 APA National Conference in New Orleans!

The Long Island Section is pleased to announce that three planners and one planning student have been awarded the 2018 Arthur Kunz Memorial Scholarship for attendance at the APA National Conference in April 2018.

Congratulations to Lucia Cappuccio, assistant planner at the City of Long Beach; Matt Charters, a planner at the Town of Southampton; Matthew Esposito, a planner at the Town of Babylon; and Kendra Armstead, a student at Hunter College who also works full time for an environmental firm on Long Island. Attending the conference itself is an inspiring experience, with lots of learning and networking opportunities, and is guaranteed to inspire and shape the professional paths of attending planners. This year’s winners join a long list of previous scholarship winners including APA Metro Chapter’s President Max Sokol, AICP and dozens of others since 1995.

The LI Section also looks forward to honoring this year’s recipients at the 2018 Arthur Kunz Memorial Scholarship Breakfast to be held this spring. Details on the event will be announced soon!

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