By Libby Tyler, FAICP, February 22, 2020
- Still need to fulfill your mandatory AICP|CM credits for Ethics or Law?
- Want to learn more about how recent housing legislation preempts local planning?
- Learn about ethics using a fun game-show platform?
APA California–Northern Section’s Annual Law/Ethics Training Program will be held Saturday, March 21, 2020, from 8:30 am to 12:00 noon, at the Alameda County Training & Education Center, 125 Twelfth Street, Suite 400, Oakland CA (4 short blocks north of Lake Merritt BART Station).
PLANNING LAW – HOUSING LEGISLATION AND PLANNING PREEMPTION 8:30 to 10:00
Coffee break/networking (10:00 to 10:30)
APA ETHICS REVIEW FEATURING KAHOOT! 10:30 to Noon
Come join us for our annual Saturday morning “two-fer.” At 8:30, Attorney Eric Phillips (Burke, Williams & Sorensen) will discuss how recent and pending housing legislation in California is preempting local planning review and signaling the end of zoning exclusively for single-family residences. At 10:30, a panel of experts led by Darcy Kremin, AICP, (Rincon Consultants) will put your knowledge to the test using Kahoot! — a popular learning game — in a lively and engaging refresher of the Code of Ethics.
Registration required; go here.
Questions? Contact Libby Tyler, FAICP, Northern Section Ethics Director, online or at (217) 493-4372.