[ApaIllinois] 2012 APA-IL State Conference: Make Plans to Attend the Opening Reception
Paula Freeze, APA-IL Editor
editor at ilapa.org
Thu Sep 6 21:18:05 CDT 2012
Registration Deadline Approaching!
Register now for the 2012 APA Illinois Chapter State Conference, September 19th-21st in Champaign-Urbana. Register by September 15th and SAVE!
Make Your Plans to Attend the
Houseal Lavigne Associates
The Illinois State Chapter of the American Planning Association warmly invites you to the Opening Reception for the 2012 State Conference.
Wednesday, September 15, 2012, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Temple Hoyne Buell Hall
611 Loredo Taft Drive, Champaign, IL 61820
This year’s reception is generously sponsored by
Houseal Lavigne Associates,
APA-Il's 2012 Platinum Sponsor.
Join friends and colleagues while enjoying heavy hors d’oeuvres, beverages, music. Thank you again to Houseal Lavigne Associates for making the Opening Reception free of charge to conference registrants.
If the excitement of the Opening Reception is not enough, take a short walk to Murphy’s Pub in Campustown where the Student Planning Organization (UIUC) will host a student mixer. This event is for students and ALL other conference attendees.
604 East Green Street, Champaign, IL 61820
The room on the far right has been reserved for APA.
The event concludes at 10:30pm.
Don't Pass Up
A Unique Training Opportunity for Plan Commissioners
Plan Commissioner Training is an ongoing service of the APA-IL where commissioners are given the opportunity to learn more about planning, their place in the planning process, and tools of the trade. This is a chance to learn these concepts from experienced professionals, other than their own municipal staff, and discuss their distinctive responsibilities amongst themselves which allows them to gain confidence, knowledge, and perspective about their service.
An opportunity for just this type of learning experience will be provided at this year's APA-IL State Conference on September 20, 2012. The full day training session will focus on plan commissioners but also is open to (and valuable for) those serving on boards, elected officials, and commissioners at the county level.
If you are a planning professional, pass this information on to your commissioners and suggest they attend. If you’re a commissioner, make plans to attend – and bring a fellow commissioner or two.
Still looking for more fun and excitement in C-U?
Visit the conference website at ilapa.org for more local events.
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