The powerpoint presentations from the 2015 APA-Iowa Annual Conference held in Sioux City on October 14-16 are now available here.
Thursday afternoon session on Signs and Cell Towers, by Peter McNally, Dustin Miller and Gary Taylor
Iowa APA 2015 Cell Towers
Iowa APA 2015 Signs
Friday morning AICP Law session by Gary Taylor
Iowa APA 2015 Law session
The Iowa Chapter of the American Planning Association is pleased to announce this year’s annual conference. It will be held October 31 – November 2 at the Gateway Hotel and Conference Center in Ames, Iowa. This year’s conference theme, Emerging Planning Paradigms, will focus on the latest trends in planning practice. Some of the tipics will include regional planning and cooperation, energy planning, sustainability, and politics in planning. With nearly 20 sessions, the conference will provide many opportunities for AICP-certified planners to earn CM credits, including those elusive law and ethics credits.
For a full description of the conference educational opportunities, and to register on-line, go to http://www.iowa-apa.org.
How can you have the BLUZ when you’re in Council Bluffs? I’ve come to the conclusion that you just can’t! There will be no BLUZ next week while the APA-Iowa Annual Conference, “Sustainably Rebuilding the Heartland,” is taking place in Council Bluffs. You still have time to join us next week. Simply click here and go to the conference registration packet.
The BLUZ will return November 1 with the steel gray skies of late autumn.
Registration for the 2010 APA Iowa Annual Conference, being held in cooperation with the APA Nebraska Chapter is still open. This year’s conference, themed, “Sustainably Rebuilding the Heartland” will be held from Wednesday, October 27th thru Friday, October 29th at the Mid America Center in Council Bluffs.
The conference registration packet is available here, and includes the full conference schedule.
Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 14.5 AICP Certification Maintenance Credits (CM), including the required Law and Ethics credits.
Four Mobile Workshops are planned, highlighting the exciting changes occurring in the Council Bluffs/Omaha metro area, including tours of the Aksarben Village in Omaha, Brownfield Redevelopment Tour, Downtown Redevelopment Tour and a Bike Tour highlighting regional trail planning efforts.
The keynote speaker Eric Corey Freed, LEED AP, a Principal with organicARCHITECT and acclaimed author of “Green Building and Remodeling for Dummies” will share his story about not “why” we need to go green, but “how” we can go green in his Detroit, Dallas & Despotism: a 3D View of Sustainability presentation.