Planning and Zoning Essentials presented by Michigan Association of Planning Dec. 3
Planning and Zoning Essentials presented by Michigan Association of Planning
Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Bear Creek Twp Hall, 373 North Division Road, Petoskey, MI 49770; ph.231-347-0592.
Rate: $55 through November 26th; $70 after 11/26/13.
Completion of MAP's Planning and Zoning Essentials qualifies as two sessions of the Michigan State University Extension Citizen Planner Program (Sessions 3 and 4, Roles and Responsibilities).
The Michigan Association of Planner's (MAP) popular workshop, Planning and Zoning Essentials, is designed for anyone who deals with planning and zoning issues in their community. This information-packed program is ideal for introducing new planning commissioners and zoning board of appeals members to their roles and responsibilities, and also for more experienced officials looking to refresh their skills and build upon existing knowledge. Roles and responsibilities, comprehensive planning, zoning ordinances, variances, how to determine practical difficulty, and standards for decision-making are all presented in this comprehensive workshop.
What can the MAP's Planning and Zoning Essentials workshop do for you?
- Clarify the expectations and limitations of your position.
- Help you recognize when there's a conflict of interest.
- Equip you with the best planning and zoning practices to sharpen your decision-making skills.
- Boost your confidence as an elected official, planning commissioner, or zoning board of appeals member during meetings.
John Iacoangeli, AICP, PCP, LEED AP, CNU-A, FBCI
John is a Professional Certified Planner and Principal for Beckett & Raeder, Inc’s. planning department. John’s experience includes project management, economic development, and comprehensive planning on a variety of projects. He has been involved in the preparation and implementation of downtown revitalization, community development, and economic development related projects for numerous communities throughout the state and Midwest. His area of specialization involves project implementation involving federal and state grants, local municipal financing, public-private partnerships, and strategic planning.
Rate: $55 through November 26th; $70 after 11/26/13. Completion of MAP's Planning and Zoning Essentials qualifies as two sessions of the Michigan State University Extension Citizen Planner Program (Sessions 3 and 4, Roles and Responsibilities).
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