Georgia Tech’s Student Planning Association (SPA) is launching a professional mentorship program that matches emerging planners with current graduate students in SCaRP.
We have lost a giant in the planning profession. A person that touched and taught planners across the country, and in Georgia. The following is an excerpt from Paul’s obituary. Well known planner and management consultant Paul Zucker passed away on July 20, 2018.
Georgia Supreme Court Hoechstetter v. Pickens County Decision Poses Zoning Process Challenges for Georgia Local Governments
The Georgia Supreme Court’s recent opinion in Hoechstetter v. Pickens County partially clarified the public hearing requirements of the Zoning Procedures Law but left many questions unanswered, creating a number of challenges for local governments seeking to assure meaningful public input into zoning decisions.
We are excited to announce that once again for 2018, the Nevada and Georgia APA Chapters are teaming up to review and score award nominations that will be presented during each Chapter’s fall conference. To assist the Chapters, we are looking for 6 volunteers that are willing to review and judge 10 to 15 award …Continue Reading
A mentor and friend to many of us, Gary Cornell, FAICP, received a GPA Service Award for his years of service as the chapter’s Professional Development Officer (PDO) at this year’s Spring Conference in Gainesville.