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What's happening throughout the region? NCPC invites planners and design aficionados to a casual summertime gathering to talk about regionalism in the National Capital area. There will be nine rapid-fire presentations on planning topics of personal or professional interest. Presenters will have seven minutes and 21 slides to talk. Presentations will be highly visual. No paragraphs, bullet points, and planning jargon - guaranteed!
Scheduled presentations include:
- The Evolution of Arlington’s Urban Villages
Robert Brosnan, Arlington County
- Transforming Tysons: From Edge City to Livable Urban Center
Linda Hollis, Fairfax County
- Arlington County's Community Energy Plan:
This Is Not Your Father's Energy Plan
Rich Dooley, Arlington County
- Urban Agriculture: It's Good Food, it's Jobs, and it's Fun!
Gül Güleryüz, Prince George’s County
For additional information, check out the evening's program, or view several enhanced podcasts by clicking on the links above.
Presented in partnership with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, the National Capital Area Chapter of the American Planning Association, and the Potomac Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
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