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CDRPC Local Government Workshop Webinar: Delivery Models for Resilience: A Case Study for New York’s Great Lakes Basin
March 31 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm$15
As a result of the record high-water levels on Lake Ontario and the associated flooding and erosion in 2017 and 2019, the NYSDOS Coastal Lakeshore Economy and Resiliency (CLEAR) Initiative is a new community engagement process that will support local communities in New York’s Great Lakes – St. Lawrence River region and educate stakeholders about flood and erosion risk in order to promote a comprehensive resilience strategy. Success in the long-term implementation of this planning initiative, as in most plans, largely depends on the local governments–and the lack of resources and organizational capacity are traditionally cited as obstacles. As the CLEAR Initiative begins, Bergmann looks to other models in New York State that support adaptation and resilience, such the Hudson River Estuary Program, to encourage innovative approaches to collaboration, partnerships, and long-term service delivery for New York’s Great Lakes region.
This Webinar is made possible by presenting sponsor, Bergmann.
Planning board and zoning board of appeals members are required by state statute to obtain four hours of training a year. Town, village and city zoning board of appeals and planning board members, as well as county planning board members must receive training. This webinar series was developed to provided for participant to obtain credits necessary for their planning and zoning board service. Municipalities have a wide latitude in defining what training is acceptable. Please provide this email to the chair of your local planning or zoning board and/or your local clerk for proof of attendance and application for the one hour of required credits.
Archived materials from this presentation, a video of the session and a PDF of the presentation, will be available on the Eventbrite Event Page. These materials are located behind a paywall and only accessible to event registrants. After the series concludes the Youtube video links will be posted to the CDRPC Webinar Archives Page.
AICP members can earn Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for this activity [or many activities at this event]. When CM credits are available, they are noted at the end of an activity description. More information about AICP’s CM program can be found at www.planning.org/cm.
AICP members must be in attendance for the duration of the event in order to receive CM Credit.