Daniel Burnham Award for a Comprehensive Plan Plan Cincinnati: A Comprehensive Plan for the Future Cincinnati, Ohio The vision for Plan Cincinnati is thriving re-urbanization Plan Cincinnati is the first plan for the city of Cincinnati in more than 30 years. The three year process began in 2009; one year after the city's planning department was re-established. Instead of trying to make Cincinnati like other cities, Plan Cincinnati focuses on what makes Cincinnati unique — its urbanity. The plan focuses on revitalizing Cincinnati's neighborhood centers and corridors while improving citizen's physical health and quality of life. In a shift from traditional comprehensive plans, Plan Cincinnati is organized around five initiatives — compete, connect, live, sustain, and collaborate. The result is a plan that is more conceptual and is not a strict parcel-by-parcel approach. The plan emphasizes mixed-uses, and defines areas where compact walkable development should be reinforced or established. Development of the plan was achieved through a "process of discovery," letting the process itself guide the plan's direction. Oversight was provided by a mayor-appointed steering committee that included representatives from community organizations, businesses, nonprofits, and institutions. Neighborhood summits, public open houses, and special youth outreach helped ensure that Plan Cincinnati was a plan that represented the citizens of Cincinnati and successfully involved stakeholders of various ages, backgrounds, and geographies.
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Recorded on Nov. 16 by the APA Florida Broward County Section 1.5 CM credit. Add credit here: http://bit.ly/2ghzwHr Recent changes made by the Florida Legislature have taken a carrot and stick approach to transportation concurrency. On one hand, they have provided local governments throughout Florida the opportunity to plan for a land use and transportation system best suited to meet the needs of their community. On the other, they have substantially clamped down on the ability of local government to time, regulate and impose mitigation requirements on new development. Further, in many urban areas, adding roadway capacity is no longer feasible or desirable. Thus, local governments throughout Florida are exploring Mobility Plans and Mobility Fees as an alternative to concurrency and road impact fees and exploring creative 21st Century ways to provide mobility through means other than adding road capacity. Learn how autonomous vehicles, car, ride and bicycle sharing, golf carts, kayaks, cycle tracks and multi-use trails that accommodate walking, bicycling and other 21st Century approaches are being integrated into Mobility Plans and how Mobility Fees can be used to assist with funding these alternative approaches to Mobility. Speakers: - Debbie Love, AICP, Director of Planning, Public Relations and Outreach at Keith and Schnars - Jonathan B. Paul, AICP, Principal at NUE Urban Concepts, LLC Debbie Love, AICP has 25+ years of experience in transportation planning, mobility fee studies, capital projects planning, community visioning, comprehensive plans and more. Deb has authored city-wide, neighborhood and transit-oriented redevelopment plans for urban and rural communities throughout Florida. She has served as Project Manager for the Osceola County Mobility Fee, City of Maitland Mobility Fee and Plan, Dade City Multimodal transportation impact fee, and the City of Miami Beach mobility fee projects. Deb also contributes her time as a national ambassador to APA National, mentoring new planners to advance professional planning careers. Jonathan B. Paul, AICP has over 17 years of land use and transportation planning experience. Mr. Paul founded NUE Urban Concepts, LLC to work with local governments to develop innovative land use concepts and mobility plans, implement complete streets and establish creative financing techniques to fund mobility. He worked as the Concurrency & Impact Fee Manager for Alachua County where he led the County’s Mobility Plan effort, the 1st Mobility Plan adopted in Florida. Jonathan is the lead planner the Celebration Pointe Transit Oriented Development. He has served as an adjust professor at the University of Florida and Interim Transportation Director for Sarasota County. Jonathan has led Mobility and Multimodal Fee efforts for Alachua, Sarasota and Osceola Counties and the Cities of Maitland, Dade City and Altamonte Springs. This year, NUE Urban Concepts will be undertaking Mobility and Multimodal efforts for the City of Palm Coast, City of Miami Beach, City of Palm Beach Gardens and the City of West Palm Beach. ================================= JOIN the APA Florida: http://bit.ly/ytjoinapafl Connect with APA Florida online: Visit the APA FLORIDA WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/ytapaflsite Like APA FLORIDA on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/ytapaflfb Follow APA FLORIDA on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/ytapafltw About APA Florida: The Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA Florida) is a non-profit organization of professionals, students, and allied professionals providing vision and leadership for the future development and redevelopment of Florida communities. We are the state affiliate of the American Planning Association and have over 2,600 members, making us the second largest APA Chapter in the country. In Florida, as well as nationally, we have a membership that is diverse in expertise and focus. APA Florida members work both in the public and private sector; for Federal, state, and local government; for firms both large and small; in long-range planning and development review; in master planning, as well as site planning; in transportation planning, land use planning, environmental planning, design, and in many other capacities. APA Florida is a membership-guided organization, with twelve Sections geographically located around the state. The Executive Committee is made up of twenty-two members, elected by the membership as a whole or by an individual Section, who graciously volunteer their time for a two year period to help APA Florida provide a wide range of services to its members.
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Daniel Burnham Award for a Comprehensive Plan Legacy 2030 Comprehensive Plan Winston-Salem / Forsyth County, North Carolina Legacy 2030 Comprehensive Plan identifies a list of strategies, policies, and actions to help Winston-Salem/Forsyth County become more sustainable, better designed, and more fiscally responsible. Forsyth County's predicted population growth, combined with its sprawling development pattern could result in the county running out of developable land within the next 20 years. Legacy 2030 Comprehensive Plan addresses these concerns and connects health and equity to the physical form of the county county, focuses on ways to catalyze private investment, and makes the case that higher density and mixed-use urban areas yield a higher return on strategic public investments. The plan's multi-pronged approach to engage citizens in the planning process was designed to invite resident input and offer a variety of ways in which to do so. Outreach efforts included an interactive website, a film series, public meetings, and a music video. As a result of the outreach efforts, the planning department came into contact with more citizens than ever before and the community sees a greater connection between planning and issues like public health, local foods, equity, and quality of life.
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NOTE: If you need captions, please click the CC button on the player to turn them on. GO TO 2040 is a policy-based regional plan and metropolitan Chicago's first comprehensive plan since 1909. Developed by the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, GO TO 2040 aims to help the region's municipalities and counties cope with common challenges and build a sustainable, prosperous future. GO TO 2040 envisions a region where residents have more housing and transportation options, parks, and open space; jobs closer to home; cleaner air and water, and a better quality of life. EPA created the National Award for Smart Growth Achievement in 2002 to recognize exceptional approaches to development that protect the environment, encourage economic vitality, and enhance quality of life. In the past 12 years, 61 winners from 26 states have shown a variety of approaches that states, regions, cities, suburbs, and rural communities can use to create economically strong, environmentally responsible development. EPA's Office of Sustainable Communities manages the awards program. For more information about smart growth, go to http://www.epa.gov/smartgrowth For more about EPA: http://www.epa.gov/ We accept comments according to our comment policy: http://blog.epa.gov/blog/comment-policy/
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National Planning Excellence Award for a Planning Agency Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Northeastern Illinois Prior to the formation of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP), regional planning was fragmented with separate, uncoordinated organizations for transportation and land use and lacked stable funding and implementation authority. CMAP is the regional planning organization for the northeastern Illinois counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will, and is responsible for producing the region's comprehensive plan. With the creation of CMAP, the efforts of multitude of local governmental agencies are coordinated and afforded the best technical assistance and analysis to improve land use and transportation decision-making for the region. CMAP's GO TO 2040 regional comprehensive plan is designed to help seven counties and 284 municipalities coordinate policies and investment decisions. It includes strategies to shape the region's transportation system and development patterns, while also addressing the natural environment, economic development, housing, education, human services, and other quality-of-life factors. In the two years since GO TO 2040's adoption, CMAP has advanced its implementation by providing technical assistance to local government, and pursuing policy initiatives that address key plan priorities.
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National Planning Excellence Award for Best Practice Cool Planning: A Handbook on Local Strategies to Slow Climate Change Oregon Oregon like most states in America, struggles to balance development and sustainability. Cool Planning: A Handbook on Local Strategies to Slow Climate Change gives step-by-step guidelines to help communities reduce their carbon footprint through community development, land use, and transportation planning. Cool Planning was created by the State of Oregon's Transportation and Growth Management Program (TGM) and consulting firm Otak. Cool Planning offers how-to strategies, examples and case studies, and public health benefits that states and towns nationwide can implement. It presents a complex subject in an easy-to-follow format, written for local officials, planning commissioners, planners, community organizations, and developers. The handbook puts smart growth and progressive transportation planning principles into the climate change context and explains their relevance and effectiveness. The handbook provides guidance on planning strategies that can become elements of a climate action plan or a community's comprehensive plan, and tools for measuring a plan's effectiveness.
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Debra’s exceptional educational and professional background has prepared her for her present career path in being of service to you. She focuses on the “Client- Centered Approach to Serving the Individual” Debra obtained her Real estate license in 2007 and she joined One Sotheby’s International Realty’s Fort Lauderdale’s office as an Estate Agent in December of 2012. Debra began her career and established herself as a successful business woman as an Attorney in 1986. She purchased and owns her own office building since real estate is an important investment. Debra has provided legal and managerial assistance to various design, development and construction professionals; as well as, being the Counsel for several Condominium Developments. She reinvented her Law practice after obtaining her real estate license and focused on Loan Modifications and/or Foreclosure Defense for her clients. If either direction was not successful or the right time appeared, she became the realtor for the clients’ property. She was successful in obtaining the best price for the property without any monetary repercussions to the client. PAST EXPERIENCE • ALTERNATE MEMBER of the Planning and Zoning Board of Wilton Manors 2009 to 2013 • SPEAKER on behalf of clients at administrative hearings at the City and County levels. • MEDIATOR in Broward County for dependency, family and child support cases since 1997- which has assisted her in honing her negotiation techniques. * SPECIAL MASTER Quasi-Judicial Position for over Ten (10) years for Broward County Valuation Board and Homestead Petitions EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE Debra academic background is extensive and unique. * Juris Doctorate Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. * Named in Who's Who Among American Law Students (4 Ed.), Writer for Nova Perspective *Membership organizer of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity2 *Traveled and attended Oxford University, Oxford, England for a term during her law school tenure * Master in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. * Masters of Arts with Honors in Political Science and Urban Planning from Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York * Bachelor of sciences from Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York, Cum Laude with Departmental Honors in Psychology. Debra has joined the ONE Sotheby’s International Realty brand. As you can see she has an extraordinary background and can provide a high level of personal service. Based upon her years of legal experience, she has developed excellent skills in reviewing documents and has a comprehensive knowledge of the foreclosure process which is a definite asset in assisting any buyer in the purchase of their home or commercial property in Fort Lauderdale which is tied up in the court system. Now you can see for yourself and become one of Debra’s clients and be a part of the One Sotheby’s International Realty brand which offers all their clients the best in marketing, global exposure as well as strong media presence. https://www.onesothebysrealty.com/associates-search/debra-rochlin
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Next year marks the 100th year of planning (1909–2009), and the American Planning Association interviewed some of its long-standing members to see how they first got interested in planning. Featured speakers include: Jerome Kaufman, FAICP Brenda Scheer, AIA, AICP Dwight Merriam, CRE, FAICP Christopher Silver, Ph.D., AICP Learn more about planning: https://www.planning.org/choosingplanning/
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National Planning Award for a Planning Pioneer Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The husband and wife team has had a profound influence on both the architecture and planning professions. Partners and owners of Venturi Scott Brown and Associates, the couple focused their work on how people interact with their environments and each other — taking that interaction into consideration in their designs and plans. Their landmark book, Learning from Las Vegas (1972), explored why so many people visited a city that was heavily criticized by architects and looked at everyday urbanism, urban sprawl, and ordinary buildings. It also reintroduced the idea of communication as a function of architecture, especially in cities. The couple emphasizes that they have learned from each other. Together, they have worked on integrating planning, architecture, and social studies. They are noted for their campus plans, including the University of Michigan Campus Plan, the University of Pennsylvania Master Plan, and plans for South Street, Philadelphia; Miami Beach, Florida; and Memphis, Tennessee.
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National Planning Award for a Planning Pioneer Irving Hand, FAICP, Professor Emeritus Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Professor Irving Hand, FAICP, has had a significant national impact on the planning profession, especially on developing a regional planning approach. In the early 1950s, he played an instrumental role in establishing the Tulsa, Oklahoma, Metropolitan Area Planning Commission. He helped facilitate the creation of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County in 1962. Hand was appointed by Pennsylvania Governor William Scranton as the director of the Pennsylvania State Planning Board. Under his leadership, he helped shape Pennsylvania's planning enabling legislation in 1968 with the adoption of the state's first Municipalities Planning Code. The code remains in effect today. He also spearheaded the development of Pennsylvania's first Appalachian Development Plan. Within the academic realm, Hand served as Chairman of the graduate degree program in urban and regional planning at Pennsylvania State University, Capital College. He established the Institute of State and Regional Affairs and the Pennsylvania State Data Center — both organizations continue to serve planning needs within the commonwealth but also nationwide. Hand continues to educate and provide planning service today and is Chairman Emeritus at Delta Development Group, Inc. He was inducted in the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planning in 2000.
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Parc Entertainment is now Red Fox Media (http://www.redfoxmediainc.com). Subscribe to our new channel at http://www.youtube.com/redfoxmediainc. The Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham (RPCGB) represents six counties and 84 municipalities in central Alabama. By leveraging state and federal funds, the RPCGB provides various services to its member governments that help encourage growth and development. To help inform member municipalities about the services available to them through the RPCGB, Parc Entertainment (http://www.ParcEntertainment.com) produced this overview video.
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This is just a few of the problems I have had with McGraw Hill CONNECT. Their courses are a total POS! It is impossible to learn anything from their courses except frustration!
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You are invited to DaniaREADY Hurricane Expo 2017 http://daniabeachfl.gov/2731/June-3-Hurricane-Expo The City of Dania Beach and the Greater Dania Beach Chamber of Commerce present Dania READY - CodeRED Hurricane Expo. June 3rd, 2017 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. @ Dania Beach City Hall 100 W. Dania Beach Blvd. Dania Beach, FL 33004 Guest Speaker BRYAN NORCROSS Senior Hurricane and Emergency Communications Specialist Speakers FEMA - Federal Emergency Management Agency - Candace L. Burrell, Department of Homeland Security American Red Cross - Julia Adlet Dye, Disaster Program Specialist EOC - Emergency Operations Center - Penni J. Saginario, Emergency Management Specialist Memorial healthcare System - David Dungan, Director - Emergency Preparedness Bulk Before a Storm - Anthony Tiru, Dania Beach Public Services Solid Waste Manager Water Conservation - Samantha Baker, Broward County's Environmental Protection Learn about Pre and Post Storm Services Sign up for Emergency Updates - CodeRED Care for special needs, seniors, animals, pests Shop for Hurricane Preparedness Supplies Visit DaniaREADY Hurricane Expo Vendors American Red Cross Emergency Vehicle Support Local Businesses Bryan Norcross is the Senior Executive Director of Weather Content and Presentation, and Senior Hurr Bryan Norcross is Senior Hurricane Specialist at The Weather Channel, based in Atlanta. He joined the channel in the summer of 2010, bringing his extensive experience covering tropical storms and hurricanes to The Weather Channel’s round-the-clock coverage. He has anchored the coverage of every important hurricane in the last seven years from the Atlanta headquarters, including his extensive coverage of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and Hurricane Matthew in 2016, both on television and online. Bryan was profiled in the New York Times following his long hours of television coverage of Hurricane Sandy, plus his blog and Facebook posts that provided detailed analysis of the storm threat and criticism of the government’s communications systems. The Times article quotes a Twitter post that describes Bryan as “the most trusted hurricane human on the planet.” His urgent message to Florida residents in advance of Hurricane Matthew posted on YouTube trended number one on Twitter. Bryan became nationally known after he “talked South Florida through” Hurricane Andrew in 1992. From 1996 through 2008 he was the in-house hurricane analyst for CBS News in New York and anchored the coverage of numerous hurricanes for WFOR-TV, CBS in Miami. Prior to that time, he worked for WTVJ, NBC in Miami, and on NBC News programs from New York including the Today Show. After Superstorm Sandy, Bryan testified before the New York City Council concerning the city’s threat analysis and communications processes before the storm. After Hurricane Andrew, Bryan was named Expert Advisor to the Academic Task Force on Hurricane Catastrophe Insurance by Florida State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner Bill Nelson, and was a member of the Governor’s Committee to evaluate state response and recommend changes to the state emergency management system by Governor Lawton Chiles. In appreciation for his work before, during and after Hurricane Andrew, Bryan received the 1993 David Brinkley Award for Excellence in Communication. He was also publicly recognized with designations of Bryan Norcross Days in Miami, Miami Beach, and Ft. Lauderdale, among other cities. In addition, he’s the recipient of an Emmy Award from the southeast chapter of the National Association of Arts and Sciences, and the DuPont and Peabody awards, the highest awards given in broadcasting in the United States. Bryan’s comprehensive hurricane guide called “Hurricane Almanac” was released by St. Martin’s Press in July 2006. The book covers hurricane science, history, preparedness and more. A follow-up edition was released in the spring of 2007. Bryan has a Bachelor of Science degree in Math and a Master of Science degree in Communications and Meteorology from Florida State University. In addition Bryan received an Honorary Doctor of Public Service degree from Florida International University. Bryan is a long-time resident of Miami Beach. http://daniabeachfl.gov/2731/June-3-Hurricane-Expo Welcome to The City of Dania Beach Florida Youtube Channel. This video is presented to you by The City of Dania Beach. Filmed and Edited by Katia Bordy, Public Information Officer at The City of Dania Beach. STAY IN TOUCH WITH DANIA BEACH: http://daniabeachfl.gov - Website http://daniabeachfl.gov/enews - Get our E-Newsletter https://www.facebook.com/cityofdaniabeach - Facebook https://twitter.com/DaniaBeachFL - Twitter
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Dr. Tim Chapin and Lindsay Stevens, AICP, talk about demographic change trends in Florida that will shape how we plan cities throughout the Sunshine State. Recorded on Aug. 15, 2016. 1 CM credit approved. JOIN the APA Florida: http://bit.ly/ytjoinapafl Connect with APA Florida online: Visit the APA FLORIDA WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/ytapaflsite Like APA FLORIDA on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/ytapaflfb Follow APA FLORIDA on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/ytapafltw About APA Florida: The Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA Florida) is a non-profit organization of professionals, students, and allied professionals providing vision and leadership for the future development and redevelopment of Florida communities. We are the state affiliate of the American Planning Association and have over 2,600 members, making us the second largest APA Chapter in the country. In Florida, as well as nationally, we have a membership that is diverse in expertise and focus. APA Florida members work both in the public and private sector; for Federal, state, and local government; for firms both large and small; in long-range planning and development review; in master planning, as well as site planning; in transportation planning, land use planning, environmental planning, design, and in many other capacities. APA Florida is a membership-guided organization, with twelve Sections geographically located around the state. The Executive Committee is made up of twenty-two members, elected by the membership as a whole or by an individual Section, who graciously volunteer their time for a two year period to help APA Florida provide a wide range of services to its members.
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Sarasota County, located on the Gulf coast of Florida, is a premiere community that features arts, culture, manufacturing, fine dining, professional sports, eco-tourism and the best beaches in the United States. Approximately 396,000 residents live within the county's unincorporated area and four municipalities, the cities of Sarasota, North Port and Venice, and the town of Longboat Key. Sarasota County government works closely with these municipalities as well as nonprofit organizations, volunteers and others to provide a superior level of service to its residents, businesses and visitors. For more information, visit www.scgov.net or call the Sarasota County Contact Center at (941) 861-5000.
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👉 http://dropship.video/youtube Free Webinar: How to Quickly Start a Profitable Dropshipping Store https://www.shopify.com/oberlo - Start a drop shipping business today with Oberlo http://bit.ly/1sd2iNH - The Ultimate Guide to Drop Shipping - Free Bonus Guide 📸 https://burst.shopify.com/free-images - Download free stock photos for your dropshipping store Easily build your drop shipping business with Shopify’s ecommerce software. Sign up for your 14-day free trial: http://bit.ly/1GdsOcp What is dropshipping? In this video, I'm going to explain exactly how drop shipping works, show you how to find drop shippers for your products, and give solutions to some common problems associated with drop shipping. Many people shy away from starting an online store because of the initial start-up costs. But imagine if someone offered to pay your up-front inventory costs on thousands of items and manage all your shipping and fulfillment operations for you. It'd be much easier to get started, and you could run your business from anywhere in the world. Sound too good to be true? Well, it's not, if you know about drop shipping. Video Highlights: 0:43 What is Drop Shipping? 1:12 The Benefits of Drop Shipping 2:05 How Do I Find Drop Shipping Wholesalers? 3:02 How to Use Google to Find Wholesalers 3:56 Drop Shipping Challenges 6:18 The Final Word on Drop Shipping Linked Materials: Shopify App Store: https://apps.shopify.com/ Oberlo dropshipping app: https://www.shopify.com/oberlo World Wide Brands: http://www.worldwidebrands.com/ For more free videos, ebooks, tools, and guides on ecommerce and marketing, check out Shopify's Ecommerce University » http://bit.ly/1sj5bXL
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This week we explore the opportunities available at Bloomsburg University. First, we’ll hear from university President David Soltz as he talks with State System Chancellor Frank Brogan about Bloomsburg and the programs and opportunities offered there. We'll meet several students as they talk about how their Bloomsburg University experience has affected their lives. We'll also learn about computer programs studying hacking prevention and creative outlets for students. We'll also hear from students who are involved in helping the local community while attending Bloomsburg.
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Recorded: Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 1:00 pm (Eastern) Laura Seifert, (Savannah Heritage Emergency Response) Gary Menges, (Seattle Heritage Emergency Response Network) and Steve Detwiler (Alliance for Response Miami) Cooperative disaster networks, such as Alliance for Response groups, benefit from formalized structures. Once a group builds momentum, a governance structure will ensure that the team continues as a vibrant organization. In this webinar, you'll earn about the importance of developing a mission statement, a vision statement, and by-laws. You'll consider how to best undertake a strategic planning process for your network. In addition, this program will offer the opportunity to explore the topic of mutual aid agreements. You'll learn about the elements of an aid agreement and how to build one that's right for your network. A successful agreement will provide shared resources between groups, including personnel, expertise, equipment, supplies, and space. Web Links: Alliance for Response Home Page: http://www.heritageemergency.org/afr Savannah (SHER) Website: https://sheronline.info/ Seattle (SHERN) Website: https://sheronline.info/ AFR Miami Website: http://www.heritageemergency.org/initiatives/alliance-for-response/networks/miami/ Files: Seattle Mutual Aid Agreement: http://www.heritageemergency.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Seattle-Mutual-Aid-Agreement.pdf Alliance for Response FREE Webinar Series: http://www.heritageemergency.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Alliance-for-Response-FREE-Webinar-Series.pdf Miami Strategic Plan: http://www.heritageemergency.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Miami-Strategic-Plan.pdf Savannah By-Laws: http://www.heritageemergency.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Savannah-By-Laws.pdf Seattle By-Laws: http://www.heritageemergency.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Seattle-By-Laws.pdf SHERN Mission Statement: http://www.heritageemergency.org/shern-mission-statement/ SHER Membership Application: http://www.heritageemergency.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/SHER-Membership-Application-2013_NCH.pdf
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The Fund 2040 Proposal drafted by the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) outlines the need “to support prioritized infrastructure investments that help the region meet its goals for quality of life and economic prosperity.” CMAP Principal Planner Erin Aleman presents the proposal.
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Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (D-Miami) finds herself in war of words with the White House.
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Wor-Wic Community College: www.worwic.edu A comprehensive two-year college serving the residents of Worcester, Wicomico and Somerset counties. Academics tech student Short on time? Need more flexibility in your course schedule? In addition to an assortment of Distance Learning options, Wor-Wic offers back-to back eight week classes. Check out our Class Schedules. Want to know more about the courses you are interested in taking? Samples of all of our Course Syllabi are available to help you make the best decision for a successful semester. Are you informed about this semester's need-to-know dates? Our Academic Calendar will keep you informed about the important dates you need to know like registration, drop and withdrawal periods, and payment deadlines. Are you eligible for online registration? Check out the Registration and Advising guidelines and then register at myWor-Wic. Learning Resources Want to access on-campus study resources? We have many learning resources available to help you with your studies. Our resource labs include Learning Assistance Labs: a Reading, Study Skills and Testing Center and Mathematics Lab; Library Services, and a Computer Lab. Buying textbooks or software? Visit our Bookstore for more than just books. Convenient and easy on the wallet, the bookstore has great gift ideas, as well as the latest best-sellers, course supplies, backpacks and snacks. Need help in finding your instructor's website? Go to our Faculty Websites page. Part-time faculty may not have a faculty website. Contact your instructor if you do not see their name listed. Student Services groupwork in class Financial worries? Wor-Wic offers a variety of financial aid and scholarship opportunities. For more information call our Financial Aid office at 410-334-2905. Looking for the career that's right for you? We offer a variety of free Career Services for anyone at the college, including credit and continuing education students. Do you need help with a disability or personal counseling? Find out about our Services for Students With Disabilities and Counseling Services. For more information contact Suzanne Alexander, our Director of Counseling at 410-334-2900 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Are you having academic difficulties or need study skills counseling? It can helpful to meet with a counselor about study skills, time management, and test anxiety. For more information contact Deirdra Johnson, our Director of Retention and Student Success at (410) 334-2902 or email@example.com. Want to request an official transcript? Official transcripts are released only upon written request by the student. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 requires the Registrar's office to obtain the student's signature each time a transcript is requested. Need an unofficial transcript, your current schedule, or want to see your grades? By logging on to the Student Information Portal page, you can access all of your student information. Getting ready to graduate? If you are planning to complete the requirements for your associate degree you are required to complete the general education assessment prior to graduation. For more information about graduation requirements stop by the registrar's office in AAB 109 or call 410-334-2907. Check out the detailed information about participation in the Commencement Ceremony and additional information about graduation requirements. Campus Resources theater students Need a parking pass or student ID? Parking passes, student IDs and a copy of Wor-Wic's parking regulations can be obtained from the receptionist in the lobby of the Academic and Administrative Building (AAB). For more information call 410-334-2800. Looking for child care? Check out the fun and educational programs offered at our Child Development Center. Time slots correspond with our class schedules. What to have some fun and get involved in campus activities? Enjoy relaxing in the lounges and game room in the Student Center. You can play some hoops and get healthy using the equipment in the Fitness Center. Also, there are many Student Organizations you can get involved in. For more information contact Tricia Smith, Director of Student Activities at (410) 334-2892 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Admissions Academics Continuing Education Current Students Faculty & Staff Future Students Human Resources Student Services Wor-Wic Information
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Guest Speaker Bryan Norcross, Senior Hurricane and Emergency Communications Specialist, at Dania READY - CodeRED Hurricane Expo 2017 Bryan Norcross is Senior Hurricane Specialist at The Weather Channel, based in Atlanta. He joined the channel in the summer of 2010, bringing his extensive experience covering tropical storms and hurricanes to The Weather Channel’s round-the-clock coverage. He has anchored the coverage of every important hurricane in the last seven years from the Atlanta headquarters, including his extensive coverage of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and Hurricane Matthew in 2016, both on television and online. Bryan was profiled in the New York Times following his long hours of television coverage of Hurricane Sandy, plus his blog and Facebook posts that provided detailed analysis of the storm threat and criticism of the government’s communications systems. The Times article quotes a Twitter post that describes Bryan as “the most trusted hurricane human on the planet.” His urgent message to Florida residents in advance of Hurricane Matthew posted on YouTube trended number one on Twitter. Bryan became nationally known after he “talked South Florida through” Hurricane Andrew in 1992. From 1996 through 2008 he was the in-house hurricane analyst for CBS News in New York and anchored the coverage of numerous hurricanes for WFOR-TV, CBS in Miami. Prior to that time, he worked for WTVJ, NBC in Miami, and on NBC News programs from New York including the Today Show. After Superstorm Sandy, Bryan testified before the New York City Council concerning the city’s threat analysis and communications processes before the storm. After Hurricane Andrew, Bryan was named Expert Advisor to the Academic Task Force on Hurricane Catastrophe Insurance by Florida State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner Bill Nelson, and was a member of the Governor’s Committee to evaluate state response and recommend changes to the state emergency management system by Governor Lawton Chiles. In appreciation for his work before, during and after Hurricane Andrew, Bryan received the 1993 David Brinkley Award for Excellence in Communication. He was also publicly recognized with designations of Bryan Norcross Days in Miami, Miami Beach, and Ft. Lauderdale, among other cities. In addition, he’s the recipient of an Emmy Award from the southeast chapter of the National Association of Arts and Sciences, and the DuPont and Peabody awards, the highest awards given in broadcasting in the United States. Bryan’s comprehensive hurricane guide called “Hurricane Almanac” was released by St. Martin’s Press in July 2006. The book covers hurricane science, history, preparedness and more. A follow-up edition was released in the spring of 2007. Bryan has a Bachelor of Science degree in Math and a Master of Science degree in Communications and Meteorology from Florida State University. In addition Bryan received an Honorary Doctor of Public Service degree from Florida International University. Bryan is a long-time resident of Miami Beach. #bryannorcross #daniabeach #hurricane #preparedness #storm Welcome to The City of Dania Beach Florida Youtube Channel. This video is presented to you by The City of Dania Beach. Filmed and Edited by Katia Bordy, Public Information Officer at The City of Dania Beach. STAY IN TOUCH WITH DANIA BEACH: http://daniabeachfl.gov - Website http://daniabeachfl.gov/enews - Get our E-Newsletter https://www.facebook.com/cityofdaniabeach - Facebook https://twitter.com/DaniaBeachFL - Twitter
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St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara hosted a Promotions Ceremony December 20, 2017 in the St. Lucie County Commission Chambers. He was proud to announce the following promotions: 1. Sergeant Robert Barton 2. Sergeant Matthew Briglia 3. Sergeant Denetta Johnson 4. Sergeant Keith Pearson 5. Lieutenant Brian Buchko 6. Lieutenant Petri Hayes 7. Lieutenant John Parow 8. Lieutenant Jamie Wills 9. Captain Chris Cicio 10. Captain Brian Hester Opening and Closing prayers by Dr. David Thompson, Chaplain
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We work to match job seekers and employers in a manner that meets the needs of both through a local network of coordinated services and a system of Career Centers in the North, Central and South parts of Brevard County. This video will introduce you to some of the comprehensive resources that are available.
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The U.S. Election Assistance Commission, Arizona State University Pastor Center for Politics and Public Service, and Democracy Fund Voice are hosting the third annual Language Access for Voters Summit at the Newseum’s Knight Conference Center. As in years past, the event convenes state and local election officials, advocates and stakeholders from language communities to discuss critical issues of language accessibility. Speakers will share experiences and observations on efforts to serve voters with language needs. Panelists representing Asian American, Latino, American Indian, Alaskan Native, and additional language communities from across the country will discuss demographic changes, the Section 203 designation process, federal requirements under the Voting Rights Act, voluntary and proactive language assistance, as well as strategies for cost-effective services. Participants will also highlight how emerging trends in election administration, such as the spread of vote centers and new election technologies, are impacting language access. The summit aims to share information, as well as generate new understanding and appreciation between various stakeholder communities.
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City of Homestead Council Meeting, CRA Board Meeting and 2018 Budget Hearing. 00:40 Councilman Williams Special Presentation 07:43 CRA Board Meeting 08:37 Tab 2 CONVEYANCE OF SIX PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY IN LOSNER PARK 10:00 Tab 3 2017-2018 PROPOSED BUDGET 31:45 Public Comments 38:39 2017-2018 First Budget Hearing 40:05 Tab 1 ADOPTION OF PROPOSED MILLAGE RATES 51:39 City Manager's Budget Presentation 1:26:52 Tab 2 ADOPTION OF FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET 1:28:01 September 2017 Council Meeting 1:33:50 ADDITIONS, DELETIONS, DEFERRALS 1:34:00 Military Irma Update 1:39:22 Tab 18 UDB EXPANSION REQUEST TO MIAMI-DADE COUNTY 3:08:05 Tab 1 SITE PLAN APPROVAL FOR VERDAD REAL ESTATE 3:17:41 Tab 2, 3, 4 PLAN APPROVAL FOR ANDOVER PROPERTIES 3:26:44 Tab 5 FINAL PLAT FOR TEN ACRES 3:30:01 Tab 6 POLICE OFFICERS’ RETIREMENT PLAN AMENDMENT 3:31:30 Tab 7 GAS LINE REPLACEMENT & REHABILITATION 3:32:25 Tab 8 TENNIS COURT RESURFACING 3:32:10 Tab 9 RESOLUTION ACCEPTING TITLE TO SIX PARCELS OF REAL PROPERTY IN LOSNER PARK FROM CRA 3:34:04 Tab 10 PURCHASE OF ONE REPLACEMENT UTILITY BUCKET TRUCK 3:35:56 Tab 11 AMENDMENT TO FPL FIRM POWER AND ENERGY CONTRACT 3:37:32 Tab 12 LIABILITY INSURANCE 3:43:11 Tab 13 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE 3:44:44 Tab 14 RMPK FUNDING, INC. GRANT SERVICES AGREEMENT 3:48:17 Tab 15 SUN TRAIL GRANT 3:49:30 Tab 16 STATE OF FLORIDA, OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL VOCA GRANT 3:52:11 Tab 17 INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR THE NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE TAB 17 ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES) PERMIT 3:53:40 Tab 19 SUMMARY OF FY 2018 STATE LEGISLATIVE REQUESTS 4:09:44 Public Comments 4:13:55 Reports of Mayor and Council
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Santa Monica College - Dr. Frank Harris III Facilitating Student Success for Men of Color in Community Colleges: An Institutional Responsibility Perspective Student success for men of color who have been historically underrepresented and underserved in postsecondary education is an area of growing concern in California and throughout the United States. The presenter will discuss current trends and critical issues that impact experiences and outcomes for men of color in community colleges, highlight strategies that have proven effective in facilitating student success for men of color from an institutional responsibility perspective, and propose a framework for using institutional needs assessment to inform practice in serving men of color in community colleges.
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The first of four hearings by the City of Bloomington Common Council regarding the fiscal year 2018 budget. This hearing cover the following areas: Human Resources, Legal, Information and Technology Services, Telecommunications, City Council, City Clerk, Controller, and Office of the Mayor. The mayor’s priorities include economic health, public safety, affordable housing, and efficient and transparent operations. The mayor also will introduce two special projects, funding for the City’s upcoming bicentennial and an investment to support quality child care for low-income families in our community.
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Communicating Challenging Tobacco Control Policies with Executive Leadership (Recorded April 25, 2016) A webinar hosted by ASTHO and the Tobacco Control Network (TCN) Much of the success in the tobacco control field has come from different partners with different perspectives working together to arrive at complicated decisions that affect the public’s health. The second webinar of the TCN Spring Webinar Series highlighted some challenging topics related to tobacco policy. Speakers discussed how they were able to achieve successes in tobacco policy areas with the support of their executive leadership. This webinar explored topics including, but not limited to, raising the tobacco purchasing age to 21, working to address health equity among LGBT communities, mentholated cigarettes, and the integration of tobacco and marijuana policy.
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Hip hop is a broad conglomerate of artistic forms that originated within a marginalized subculture in the South Bronx and Harlem in New York City among black and Latino youth during the 1970s. It is characterized by four distinct elements, all of which represent the different manifestations of the culture: rap music , turntablism or "DJing" , breaking and graffiti art . Even while it continues in contemporary history to develop globally in a flourishing myriad of diverse styles, these foundational elements provide stability and coherence to the culture. The term is frequently used mistakenly to refer in a confining fashion to the mere practice of rap music. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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