Launched in 2017, the summer program exposes urban public high school students to the importance of gaining a better understanding of their communities in the search for programs, policies and actions that can bring about the types of change they want.
Missed the live conference? New Jersey Future and APA New Jersey are pleased to offer all recordings and session files through a video on-demand library which gives you full access to 36 sessions for a flat rate of $150 through August 25, 2021.
The video and presentations for APA New Jersey’s “Just Say Zone” webinar presented on March 31st is now available to view and download.
While the newly adopted adult use cannabis regulations have yet to be solidified through the rulemaking process, legislation does provide insights as to how the planning and development community can begin to prepare for the where, and how to locate cannabis facilities.
On Monday, March 8, APA New Jersey sent a letter to Senator Menendez urging Congress to support and empower a planning-led recovery that repairs today and rebuilds for a more just and equitable tomorrow.
On March 1, APA New Jersey submitted comments opposing ACS1571/1576 which would impose prevailing wage requirements for public work on properties receiving tax abatements or exemptions expressing concerns about the negative effects this legislation would have on redevelopment in our state.
NJPRC21 will feature over 30 sessions, a virtual exhibit area, and ways to connect with fellow attendees as it brings together bold ideas, innovative solutions, proven concepts, and best practices for creating better, more inclusive, and equitable places where people live, work, and play.