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2017 Fair Housing Conference

Fair Housing Issues Affecting the LGBT Community

Presented by the Tour Law Center and Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc.

TOURO LAW CENTER, 225 EASTVIEW DRIVE, CENTRAL ISLIP, NY 11722
Friday, February 3, 2017 8:30AM – 12:30PM

CLICK HERE for the full agenda and registration link!

Join the Young Planners Group (YPG) Mentorship Program as it celebrates its 8th year in the APA NY Metro Chapter. This unique professional development opportunity is made available to planning practitioners of all experience levels and second-year graduate students. The program is free for mentors and there is a $30 fee for mentees to support group activities. There is no fee to apply to the program. Only those mentee applicants who are selected to participate in the Mentorship Program will be required to pay the $30 non-refundable fee. If you have any questions, email the YPG Mentorship Subcommittee at ypgmentorship@gmail.com.

Apply now to be a mentor or mentee!
Prospective Mentors: goo.gl/5wFQbB
Prospective Mentees: goo.gl/3zPjTD

survey-imageIn an effort to provide additional professional development and AICP Certification Maintenance (CM) session offerings here on Long Island that will be most interesting and useful to our members, the Long Island Section of the Metro Chapter of APA kindly asks for your input and ideas on creating and hosting quality and informative programming over the next two years. In addition to the annual Arthur Kunz Memorial Breakfast and East End Planning Conference (traditionally held in late Spring and early Fall, respectively), the LI Section is looking to its members for suggestions on smaller key events/sessions that will provide value to junior and experienced planners working in the region.

We thank you for participating in this brief survey, and look forward to reviewing your input.

Please click here to view and complete the online survey!

APA Ethics-CM Credit Webinar

Wednesday, December 7, 2016; 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

The LI Section will be showing the webinar at the office of Nelson, Pope & Voorhis, 572 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, NY  11747.  Pizza will be served.

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Sean Sallie at ssallie@nassaucountyny.gov.  Please note that this viewing opportunity is limited to 10ppl, so please register early. 

OVERVIEW
Smart cities, social media, and online data and tools are all reshaping planning. But what are the ethical dimensions to this digital world? Explore issues such as privacy, access, application, and the nature of information and how it is shared. Get insight into the discussions addressing these crucial concepts and learn how the AICP code of ethics provides guidance.

SPEAKERS
Dwight Merriam, FAICP
David Fields, AICP
Julie Tappendorf
Jerry Weitz, FAICP

 

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Register soon as this FREE event fills up quickly!  AICP-CM credits are being requested.

Click Here to download the full program.

 

Village of Port Jefferson Downtown Walking Tour

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Postponed to Spring, 2017 (Date TBD)

Walk with us! Join APA as we explore vibrant Port Jefferson which enjoys a bustling waterfront and an active downtown mix of expanding residential units, shops, restaurants, industry uses, high-speed ferry, and a waterfront park and Village Center. Learn about the Village’s wide-sweeping planning initiatives including the Village’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan and the Waterfront Revitalization Plan as well as the history of the Village Center and Jeanne Garant Harborfront Park. Mayor Margot Garant will be our guide for the tour. Afterwards talk with us and network at Old Fields Restaurant! Meet in front of the entrance of the Port Jefferson Village Center, 101-A East Broadway, Port Jefferson (just east of the Ferry) at 4:30 pm.

1.0 cm credit pending.


Downtown Great Neck Plaza

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Thursday, November 3, 2016; 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Come take a walk and learn about the exciting planning initiatives going on in the Village of Great Neck Plaza as well as the history of “The Original Transit Oriented Development”.  Mayor Jean Celender and The Great Neck Historical Society will be our guides for the afternoon.

Meet at Village of Great Neck Plaza, Village Hall, 2 Gussack Plaza (cross streets are Cutter Mill Road and Middle Neck Road).  Free parking is available in Plaza Centre Garage on the rooftop.

RSVP (required) via email to click here. register early as there is a limit of 20 participants.