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American Planning Association-New Jersey Chapter Annual Conference

January 31, 2013toFebruary 1, 2013

Due to Hurricane Sandy, the originally scheduled conference for November 1 and 2 was rescheduled to January 31 and February 1. All existing registrations have been adjusted to reflect the new date. Registration has re-opened for those who can now attend. If you have any questions, please contact us  (conferenceatnjplanningdotorg)  .

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Webinar: Redevelopment 101

February 12, 2013
12:30 pmto2:00 pm

The powers afforded municipalities under the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law to reshape their communities are filled with promise and pitfalls. This session, featuring the authors of The Redevelopment Handbook: A Guide to Rebuilding New Jersey’s Communities (now in its second edition), will provide an overview of the redevelopment process, including the statutory criteria that must be established to determine that an area is in need of redevelopment, the steps that must be taken to adopt a redevelopment plan, together with a roadmap to follow the key legal requirements. The presenters will also discuss methods to engage the community in the process.

More information and registration.

This webinar is free for anyone who registers for New Jersey Future’s Redevelopment Forum.

Have an upcoming event that deals with how New Jersey uses its land? Submit it to New Jersey Future’s calendar.

Hurricane Sandy: Recover, Restore & Rebuild

February 25, 2013
8:30 amto11:30 am

Hurricane Sandy: Recover, Restore & Rebuild: Incentives & Programs for Residents, Businesses & Local Governments

Toms River Municipal Building, Council Room

33 Washington Street, Toms River, NJ 08754

CEU Credits have been requested for County & Municipal Finance Officers, Public Works Managers, Municipal Clerks, and Qualified Purchasing Agents


In the wake of “Superstorm Sandy,” New Jersey is faced with the challenge of rebuilding vital infrastructure. Homes, businesses, and municipal facilities were all affected. This workshop is designed to highlight new and existing incentives that are available to assist residents, businesses, and the public sector in rebuilding with energy efficiency and future savings in mind. Outreach strategies and tools that municipalities and Green Teams can use to educate their communities on these programs will also be discussed

To see what topics will be covered, and for list of presenters, view the flyer.

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