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Planning Manager David Kutner To Retire

February 27th, 2019 by

David Kutner

An important page is being turned. If you know our climate change, resiliency and aging-friendly-places work, you know David Kutner, New Jersey Future’s planning manager. David will be retiring this March after decades of service to the public planning profession and more than half a dozen years with New Jersey Future. For all of his years of service and accomplishments, David was recently awarded the prestigious American Planning Association – New Jersey Chapter’s Bud Chavoosian award. David’s work has affected individuals and policies across New Jersey and across the United States.

New Jersey Future will continue the groundbreaking work that David began. While enjoying a much-deserved retirement, David will remain as a senior adviser to New Jersey Future, helping to guide and support existing staff and initiatives. As David transitions from his current position, New Jersey Future will be looking to fill the planning manager job with a seasoned, inspirational and proactive planner capable of building on the foundation that has been laid. The job description can be seen here.

For those of you who have had the pleasure of working with David, you will know that he probably doesn’t appreciate us making a big deal of his retirement with this announcement. Having said that, I’ll take full blame for all the praise and congratulations that are directed his way in the coming weeks; so please join us in celebrating a tremendous career in planning and in public service and wishing David all the best.

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