Annual Arthur Kunz Memorial Scholarship Breakfast
Friday, May 15, 2015, 8AM – 10:30 AM
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On May 15th, the APA Long Island Section will hold its annual Arthur Kunz Memorial Scholarship Breakfast between 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM at Molloy College’s Suffolk Center at Republic Airport (see directions). Each year, the best and brightest of Long Island’s future and young planners strive for the Arthur Kunz Scholarship, which allows for the recipient to attend the annual American Planning Association Conference.
This Year’s Presentation [1.25 CM Credits Approved!]
Water Quality Management: A Coastal New England Case Study
Sarah Lansdale, Director of Planning, Suffolk County Dep’t of Economic Development & Planning
Kristy Senatori,Deputy Director, and Erin Perry, Special Projects Coordinator for the Cape Cod Commission will speak to the Cape’s plans for water quality management. Like Suffolk County and parts of Nassau County, nitrogen from septic systems has impaired Cape Cod’s coastal waters, which are critical to the area’s economy. The Cape Cod Commission is completing a Regional Wastewater Management Plan and an update to the Section 208 Area-wide Water Quality Management Plan. The plans introduce residents and policy makers to the science, the challenges, and the potential solutions for managing wastewater in an efficient and cost-effective way.
Honoring Scholarship Recipients:
We are pleased to report that this year LI Section was able to provide scholarships to three young planners from Long Island to attend the APA National Conference in Seattle: Gabrielle Alper, Emily Humes and Megan Porter! The awardees will share their experiences with us at the breakfast.
Planning is crucial to helping Long Island become resilient to the challenges that lay ahead, and the Arthur Kunz Scholarship helps ensure the best and brightest are given the tools to succeed.
A healthy breakfast buffet will be provided.
It is because of our sponsors that we are able to continue to support planner education and scholarships. We are grateful to all of our sponsors who have so generously supported our work in the past and hope you will continue to support us again this year.
Three corporate and one individual sponsorship levels are available. All sponsorships levels include thanks in our upcoming announcements and conference brochure and on our website at http://www.apalongisland.org. Additional benefits included:
- Gold: $500 includes 6 Tickets, company profile on our website, extra‐large logo and company name displayed on poster during event, option to display marketing materials during the event, recognition during the presentation, and opportunity to present for a few minutes during the event.
- Silver: $250 includes 4 tickets, company profile on our website, large logo and company name displayed on poster during event, with option to display marketing materials at table before the event.
- Bronze: $150 includes 2 tickets, logo displayed on our website, logo and company name displayed on poster during event.
- Individual: $75 includes 1 ticket and name displayed on poster board during the event.
Note: Gold, Silver and Bronze sponsorships make complimentary tickets possible for municipal planners.
To sponsor this event, please email information (company logo and a company profile) to email@example.com and mail a check payable to “LI Section” to: APA – LI Section, c/o Kathryn Eiseman, Treasurer, Nelson, Pope & Voorhis, LLC, 572 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, NY 11747. Or, submit payment online using one of the PayPal links below:
Registration Costs: $15 students; $20 municipal, APA members & non-profits; $25 Non-APA Member and $40 at the door (day-of). Register and pay now by credit card or PayPal, by clicking to appropriate link below:
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Thank you to all of our sponsors: