APA-NYM HOLIDAY PARTY
APA-NYM Holiday Party Registration Now Live!
REGISTER HERE FOR THE HOLIDAY PARTY!
Landmark on the Park
160 Central Park West
Tuesday, December 16th 7:00PM
LOWER HUDSON VALLEY (EAST) HOLIDAY PARTY
Tuesday, December 9, 2014 from 5:30 to ???
Copper Face Jacks, 166B Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains http://www.copperfacejackswhiteplains.com/
Come meet your friends and colleagues for a night of holiday cheer! Find out more about what is going on with APA!
Food and open bar from 5:30 to 7:30
THIS PARTY IS FREE FOR THE FIRST 20 APA MEMBERS TO SHOW UP!!! $20 admission after that.
Non-APA members pay $20 regardless of when they show up.
Not a member? Become a member and get in for free!!! Consider a "chapter only" membership!
Please RSVP to Lukas Herbert, AICP at email@example.com
YOUNG PLANNERS GROUP/STUDENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE HOLIDAY PARTY
Join us and celebrate the holiday season with fellow planning students and young professionals.
When: Tuesday, December 9th at 6:00pm
Where: The Strand Smokehouse at 25-27 Broadway, Astoria
How to get there: It's very easy! You can take the N or Q train to Broadway OR the M60 Select Bus, from upper Manhattan, to the 31st Street stop and head down two stops on the train
We'll have plenty of food and a drink special (15% off everything at the bar!) to share. And trivia will take place at some point in the evening.
Please RSVP here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/ypg-holiday-party-tickets-14141616957
2014 APA-NYM Annual Conference Awards and Awardees
Lawrence M. Orton Award leadership in city and
Suffolk County Executive and former Babylon Town Supervisor, Steven Bellone
Andrew Haswell Green Award outstanding
contributions to Planning field for at least 15 years:
Ted Orosz, Director of Long Range Bus Service Planning, MTA NYC Transit, Retired June, 2014.
Meritorious Achievement Award for work of unusual
achievement in the field of Planning:
Staten Island Planning Committee and Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery for Staten Island NY Rising Community Reconstruction Plan.
Project Consultants included Perkins Eastman Architects, BFJ Planning, and Louis Berger Group.
Meritorious Service Award recognizes work of
unusual merit in the Planning field:
Sheridan Expressway–Hunts Point Land Use and Transportation Study by Bronx Office of NYC Department of City Planning, NYC Department of Transportation, and NYC Economic Development Corporation.
Paul Davidoff Award for leadership in housing and
Arbor House, developed by Blue Sea Development and designed by ABS Architects.
Journalism Award leadership in print, broadcast
or web-based media covering Planning:
Andrew Revkin, senior fellow for environmental understanding at Pace University's Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, also writes Dot Earth blog for The New York Times Op-Ed Section.
William H. White Award recognizes creativity and
ingenuity in planning:
Rebuild by Design’s The Big U, a protective system that stretches from West 57th Street south to The Battery and up to East 42nd Street.
Project Team: Bjarke Ingalls Group (BIG), One Architecture, Starr Whitehouse, James Lima Planning + Development, Level Agency for Infrastructure, Buro Happold, Green Shield Ecology, AEA Consulting, Project Projects, ARCADIS U.S, and the School Of Constructed Environments at Parsons The New School For Design.
Robert W. Ponte Award contributing to NYC area
through economic planning and development:
Adam Friedman, Executive Director of the Pratt Center for Community Development.
Floyd Lapp Award for distinguished service to the
Ryan Harris, AICP, of Jacobs Engineering, is APA-NYM’s Treasurer and
Max Sokol, AICP, of Parsons Brinckerhoff, was APA-NYM’s New York City Section Representative (2012-14) and newly elected Vice President of Committees.
Click here for Awardee descriptions.
APA-NYM Planning Priorities Letter to Mayor de Blasio
Below is the American Planning Association- New York Metro Chapter's planning priorities submission to Mayor William de Blasio. The Chapter would like to thank all our members who responded to our survey and submitted comments. We specifically want to thank the sub-committee who helped organize this letter:
Michael Levine, AICP
Hilary Papineau, AICP
Robert Balder, AICP
Kovid Saxena, AICP
We also recognize our partner advocacy organizations: American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), Legal Services- NYC (LS-NYC), and New Yorkers for Parks (NY4P), for their input.
APA-NYM Testimony Before the New York State Assembly on Risk Mitigation after Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Irene, and Tropical Storm Lee (testimony starts at 2:27:30):
Position Paper: Letter to Senator Skelos - S.5138 - Consideration of Future Climate Risk
Position Paper: Letter to Senator Klein - S.5138 - Consideration of Future Climate Risk
APA- New York Metro Chapter Presents to RDRC
“Getting Back to Business: Addressing the Needs of Rockaway Businesses Affected by Superstorm Sandy”
APA- New York Metro Chapter Position Statement on the Proposed Neighborhood Improvement District for Hudson River Park.