CPTC Annual Conference & Workshops
11th Annual CPTC Conference
Advanced Tools and Techniques for Planning and Zoning
Saturday March 17, 2012
Hogan Center at Holy Cross College, Worcester
This year’s conference is dedicated to the late Alexandra Dawson, whose expertise and enthusiastic championing of open space conservation was unsurpassed. Ms. Dawson presented a lively discussion of “Paper Streets and Public Ways” at the 2008 CPTC Conference. A tireless advocate for our environment, and a friend to many, she will be greatly missed.
CLICK HERE for a Brochure and Registration Form. Print it out, and mail it in!
Registration deadline: Friday March 9, 2012. For more information about CPTC, go to: www.umass.edu/masscptc
The Citizen Planner Training Collaborative (CPTC), an affiliated organization of APA-MA, provides local planning and zoning officials with tools to make effective decisions regarding their community’s current and future land use.
- Training workshops delivering a Level I and Level 2 core curriculum, taught across the state by expert attorneys and professional planners.
- Internet access to core training units, a bylaw collection, many planning related links, and training calendars.
- On-demand training to any community needing to focus on a specific topic.
- Annual conference addressing important land use issues on a more in-depth basis.
CPTC is a member of the Local Capacity Building Partnership – an affiliation of training providers assisting local officials in dealing with land use issues.
For more information about CPTC, see: http://www.umass.edu/masscptc/index.html