Below is a collection of all posts from the committees.
The State is updating their Hazard Mitigation Plan and they want your input. The plan was presented at the 9th Annual NJAFM Conference, and now you can get your chance to help develop the new plan.
October 28, 2013 The Honorable Chris ChristieOffice of the GovernorPO Box 001Trenton, NJ 08625 Dear Governor Christie: Thank you for your ongoing efforts to respond to the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy. Like you, we have been working to support New Jerseyans and help our communities – from Bergen to Cape May counties – not […]
The decision requires COAH to issue prompt regulations that will create real opportunities for people to live where they work, as moderate- and low-income households are integrated into all of our communities.
The purpose of the 16th YP Multi-Group Mixer is to bring together young professionals from various organizations for a night of social networking and for group-to-group cross exposure. Young Professionals attend to make new contacts, make new friends, and to learn about other organizations.
Please join us for our APA-NJ Emerging Professionals Quarterly Meeting. The committee will be discussing specific events for the remaining months of the year. We’ll also be looking for people who want to get involved and help to coordinate activities.
The Sandy Task Force, chaired by US Housing and Urban Development Secretary, Shaun Donovan, released its 200 page report containing rebuilding strategies for the Sandy-affected region, as well as communities across the nation facing greater risks from extreme weather. Referred to as the Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Strategy, the report contains 69 policy recommendations, many of which have already been adopted, that will help homeowners stay in and repair their homes, strengthen small businesses and revitalize local economies and ensure entire communities are better able to withstand and recover from future storms.
On June 20, 2013, the Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force launched Rebuild by Design – a multi-stage regional design competition to promote resilience for the Sandy-affected region.