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Olvera Street Named One Of America's Great Places For 2015

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Olvera Street, the city’s oldest suburb and home to many of the oldest buildings in Los Angeles, was named one of the American Planning Association’s Great Places in America for 2015. 140 more words


Take A Bow, Bean! Millennium Park Named One Of The US's Greatest Places!

Anyone who has visited Millennium Park will agree that it’s pretty cool!

But now the rest of the country is learning what we’ve always known. 60 more words


1st Happy Hour a Success!

Last night’s happy hour went off without a hitch! Many thanks to everyone who stopped by to say hello and chat with fellow members and planning professionals. 169 more words

Social Opportunities

First Happy Hour Planned

Our very first happy hour is planned for August 25th at 6pm, at the White Oak Tavern in Ellicott City. More details and a formal invitation will follow, but please find the facebook event page!

Social Opportunities

The Competition

Long time no see, Chipsters!

As mentioned in the previous post, “Chipsters Take Seattle”, the Chip-In team won the Technology Division’s “Innovated Planning Apps for Planners” contest while in Seattle in April! 237 more words

CWA staff includes three past presidents of the Michigan Association of Planning

Carlisle/Wortman Associates is home to three past presidents of the Michigan Association of Planning: Dick Carlisle, Dave Scurto and Paul Montagno.

CWA President Dick Carlisle served on the MAP board from 1995 to 2002 and as president in 2000 and 2001. 320 more words