October Is National Community Planning Month

Rewers, Roberta
August 2006
Planning;Aug/Sep2006, Vol. 72 Issue 8, p55
Trade Publication
The article reports on the proposal of the American Planning Association (APA) to launch a month-long celebration for National Community Planning on October 2006 in the U.S. According to their CEO, Paul Farmer, the national community planning month is an opportunity to raise the visibility of planning. He also notes that it can also highlight the challenges that the community will still face. Among the specific aspect of planning to be discussed include the legacy of great communities and the people who make great communities.


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