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2013 Western Planner/APA Nevada Chapter Conference

Lake Tahoe, Nevada Oct. 13-16, 2013

Planning Forever
There are those who believe that it is the goal of the planner to simply plan, forever. In an era of dwindling resources and competing interests it is now of paramount importance to demonstrate to the naysayers that the planning process is not being done for planning sake. The economic and environmental realities dictate that the planning process work toward maximizing available resources and consensus building in an effort to create implementable plans that will begin moving us toward forever. The shores of Lake Tahoe are an ideal setting to collaborate on how to achieve Planning for Forever.

Register by August 16 to take advantage of the early online registration rate of $270. One day registration is also available. For more information on mail in registration and volunteering and getting free registration, please visit www.westernplanner.org. To register online, visit https:// www.planning.org/ecommerce/ conference/viewConferenceDetails. aspx?conferenceId=231 Online registration closes on Oct. 1.

Conference Registration:

Discounted rooms rates are available for the conference. Room rates are $99-$119 on Saturday and $59-$79 on Sunday-Thursday. The conference group rate expires on Sept. 19. Hotel reservations can be made online by contacting Harveys Lake Tahoe. Visit http:// www.totalrewards.com/hotel-reservations? propCode=HLT&groupCode=S10APA3 For phone reservations, contact Harveys Lake Tahoe at 1-800-455-4770 and mention Group Rate ID S10APA3.
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Make your hotel reservation!

Lets face it. You have come to beautiful Lake Tahoe and you dont want to be in a conference hall the entire time. You want to get outside. The 2013 Conference offers mobile workshops that will be accessible utilizing multi-modal forms of transportation. The availability of some mobile workshops is dependent on turnout and also some have a very limited number of seats available (10 to 20). Van Sickle Bi-State Park and a ski resort master plan area Walking Tour from Hotel Historic Site Planning & Management Tallac Historic Site - Van Tour Bike Trail Planning South Demo Project -Bike Tour Aquatic Exotics Management/AbatementVan Tour Gathering Places Heavenly Village & Lakeview Commons Part Walking Tour Tour of Environmental Improvement ProjectsVan Tour Affordable Housing in Kings Beach- Van Tour

Accepted Mobile Workshops:

Preliminary Schedule
Sunday, October 13, 2013
8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Western Planning Resources Board Meeting (Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Office) Registration Open Opening Reception Come meet and greet your fellow planners at the Top of the Wheel at Harveys! The reception includes appetizers, first drink free, a Book Fair presented by local authors and publishers, and a little live music. Oh, and fabulous views of Tahoe! Registration Open/ NVAPA Silent Auction Display Buffet Breakfast Welcome and comments from local and state representatives: Greg Toth, NVAPA Chapter President Dan Pava, President, Western Planner Board of Directors Brian Krolicki, Lieutenant Governor, State of Nevada Keynote Speaker: Mitchell Silver, Immediate Past President of APA and Chief Planning and Economic Development Officer in the City of Raleigh, North Carolina Mr. Silver is an award-winning planner with more than 25 years of planning experience. He is nationally recognized for his leadership in the profession and his contributions to contemporary planning issues. Mobile Workshops General Sessions Lunch on Your Own Mobile Workshops General Sessions Wyoming vs. The World Softball Game and BBQ (Zephyr Cove Park) Also includes WPR Awards presentation. Bus transportation to/from Harveys and the park will be available at specific times.

Monday, October 14, 2013


7:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 10:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

The 2013 Conference Committee is currently looking for event sponsors and exhibitors. Exhibitor rates are $75 for the conference. If you are interested in being an exhibitor or a sponsor for the conference, please contact Andy Durling (adurling@woodrodgers.com) or Greg Toth (Greg.Toth@ cityofhenderson.com).

Exhibitor & sponsorship opportunities:

7:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m.

Registration Open NVAPA Silent Auction Display Buffet Breakfast and Plenary Session (7:15 a.m.) Catalyzing Economic Development with Outdoor Recreation and Active Living - MIG Mobile Workshops General Sessions

8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 8:45 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 1:45 p.m.

Up to 16 AICP CM credits will be available, subject to confirmation.

AICP CM Credits:

The closest airport is the Reno-Tahoe International Airport in Reno, Nevada. You will need transportation between the Reno-Tahoe Airport to Harveys Lake Tahoe Resort, about a 58-mile drive. Shuttle ServiceSouth Tahoe Express: Reservations for shuttle service can be made at www.southtahoeexpress. com. Prices range from $29.75 one way to $53 roundtrip. Rental Cars: The airport also provides convenient access to nine different rental car agencies.

Transportation:

Keynote Discussion/NVAPA Awards Luncheon/Silent Auction Results (Preliminary Topic) Keynote Speakers discuss the roll, implications and future of planning and planners, and the politics of rebuilding cities. Mitchell Silver, Immediate Past President of APA and Chief Planning and Economic Development Officer in the City of Raleigh, North Carolina Jon Ralston (invited), Political Journalist, Las Vegas, NV. Mr. Ralston has been covering politics in Nevada for more than 25 years, and is recognized nationally as a foremost expert in the state. He hosts the program, Ralston Reports, on all three NBC affiliates in Nevada and regularly appear on National television, including programs on MSNBC, FOX and PBS Mobile Workshops General Sessions Buffet Breakfast and APA Nevada Chapter Business Meeting General Sessions Conference Wrap Up

2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

8:30 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

About accepted Conference Sessions:


The conference will consist of four (4) primary themes: the environment, sustainability, transportation and public outreach. Within these larger overarching flavors an excellent group of presenters will discuss an array of topics touched on below. Please visit the website regularly for an update on presenters, sessions and mobile workshops.

The environmental topic will include themes ranging from rural economic policies instrumental in the survival of species to a more urbanized discussion on Brownfield redevelopment. And what environmental planning discussion in the west would be complete without evaluating a multitude of water related issues, such as rights, protection, and hazards? Brownfields- M. Ashby, S. Wilson, G. MacDonald, T. Jentz Connecting Public Lands Planning to Local Communities- M. Spencer Saving Species, Supporting Rural Economies- J. Sokulsky, K. McCune, J. Cain Wasatch Water Woes and Worries- D. Gellner, L. McIndoe Breifer Sparks and Wash Outs: Whats your game plan?K. Sertich, F. Tavassoli On the Road: Integrating Aesthetics and Environment Forever- M. Banovich, S. Jackson Whos Responsible for the Aquifer? Water, Subdivisions and Community Development on the High Plains- C. A. Jennings

Environment

Energy Efficient Communities- D Javid, J. Beiswenger, R. Valone Achieving Sustainable Development: A community-first planning model- B. Wilkerson It Takes Everyone- Sustainability Strategies at Lake Tahoe- S.Navarro, J. Prosperi, K. Fink, M. Beryl, K. Edwards Plans for Sustaining Places- B. Herman Transforming a Community- A Case Study of the Lander County Sustainable Development Committee- Dr. F. Steinmann, R. Davis Rethinking Corridors for Economic Development- S. Siegel, C. Zahas, A. Durling Beyond the Horizon: Land Use Planning for more than 30 years out- M. Miller, B. Parker, A. Hajrasouliha Removing the Fiscal Barriers to Urbanism- P. Scholtz

Plan. Transform. Achieve. Conference sessions will discuss how to create sustainable cities while evaluating social challenges, and minimizing resource use and waste. What more can you say. Renewable Energy on Public Lands- P. Gower New Approaches to Create Sustainable and
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Sustainability

If there is one word that encompasses the transportation sessions at this years conference it would be relationships. Discussion includes the collaborative efforts between a host of players, whether streetscape improvements and local and regional planning efforts achieve their objectives thus warranting the financial costs, and the effects proper planning has on the human environment. The I-11 and Intermountain West Corridor- S. Rosenberg, M. Kies, P. Ursem, M. Skaggs, M. Walker, T. Skancke Regional Transportation Plans- A. Cummings, J. Martin, Salt Lake City MPO Collaboration Between State Transportation and

Transportation

Rural and Small Town Communities- D. Roberts, G. Haws Anticipating the Realistic Long-Term Investment of Streetscape Improvement Projects- T. Mason, K. Friesen, K. Smith, J. Sanchez, Complete Streets Economic Analysis- Dr. S. Bassett, J. Smith, C. Leach Applying Technology to Planning in the West- R. Millar, M. Lerner, W. Rosenkranz Integrating Local History through Transportation Planning- A. Barber, M. Harmon, C. Leach

Ethics Session

Ethics for Planners in the West: A Comparison of Formal and Informal Codes

Law Session

To Be Determined

Public outreach is at the cornerstone of any successful planning process. Conference speakers touch on issues such as the overall public participation process, creating future leaders, public participation for disenfranchised groups, and whether planning and public outreach can save a community. Creating a Local Leaders Institute for Appointed and Elected Officials- M. Harper and F. Steinmann Public Involvement in the Planning Process- A. Stockham, S. Navarro, B. McMahon, L. Feldman, D. Goodman Collins TRPA Today- Where weve come from and where were going- J. Marchetta, J. Hester, A. Stockham The Best of the West: Communities Building Climate Resilience- H. Oliver Public Involvement that is SET for Success- S. Adler, R. Radil, E. Lockwood, S. Carey, L. Granahan Apples, Robert Redford and a Historic HaciendaCan the Los Luceros Historic Farm Help Save a Community in Northern New Mexico- J. Strozier Developing the Navajo Nation Comprehensive Planning Model- J. Gardner, D. Pijawka TRPA; That was Then, This is Now, Next Stop the Future- J. Marchetta, J. Singlaub, J. Beatge, D. Ziegler, B. Morgan, J. Jordan, D. Heicka, P. Overyder

Public Outreach