The American Planning Association New York Metro Chapter (APA-NYM) supports our members, local communities, schools, and practicing professionals through advocating for good planning practice, hosting diverse events and facilitating professional development opportunities in New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley.

Testimony on Proposed Text Amendments regarding Zoning for Quality & Affordability and Mandatory Inclusionary Housing

12/15/15

The APA NY Metro Chapter's Executive Board have thoroughly reviewed the proposed text amendments entitled "Zoning for Quality and Affordability" (ZQA) and "Mandatory Inclusionary Housing" (MIH) and, while supportive of the policy goals, the Chapter President and Vice President of Legislative Affairs have prepared a number of questions and concerns for presentation to the NYC City Planning Commission at their December 16th, 2015 Public Meeting.
  Testimony: Zoning for Quality & Affordability and Mandatory Inclusionary Housing 

American Planning Association New York Metro Chapter (APA-NYM) Annual Report 2015

11/04/15

   Thank you for taking time to review the American Planning Association - New York Metro Chapter 2015 Annual Report. We hope you find the report engaging and readable.

The Chapter is always looking for opportunities to adapt and improve the quality of our products and services to better address your needs. We welcome your comments and suggestions. Please send them to admin@nyplanning.org. Enjoy!

  Report: APA New York Metro Chapter Annual Report 2015

 

Annual Award Winners Announced at the 2015 Annual Conference

11/04/15

The American Planning Association - New York Metro Chapter is proud to announce the recipients of the annual cahpter awards, as presented at the 2015 Annual Conference held on Friday, October 30th, 2015. For more detail, please see the statements made at the conference on the Awards Committee page.

AWARDQUALIFICATIONSWINNERS
Lawrence M. Orton AwardFor leadership in city and regional planning.Ernest W. Hutton Jr., FAICP, Assoc AIA
Paul Davidoff AwardFor leadership in housing and equal opportunity.Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development
Andrew Haswell Green AwardTo recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions for a period of at least 15 years.Patty Clark
Meritorious Achievement AwardTo recognize work of unusual achievement.The Waterfront Alliance's Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines (WEDG) Program
Journalism AwardFor print, broadcast, or web-based work."Politics Across the Hudson: The Tappan Zee Megaproject" Philip Mark Plotch
William H. Whyte AwardFor creativity and ingenuity in planning.
* formerly the Distinguished Service Award
New Rochelle Downtown Redevelopment Project: Recommended Action Plan – City of New Rochelle (Department of Development) and RDRXR
Ponte Award Larisa Ortiz
Floyd Lapp Award Alex Lieber

Policy Statement on the Move NY Fair Tolling Plan

09/08/15

  Position Statement: Move NY Fair Tolling Plan 

Statements made to the Landmarks Preservation Commission on the landmark calendaring process

09/08/15

  Statements: Statements made to the Landmarks Preservation Commission 

 

 

 

 

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