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Ethical Considerations in Planning and Zoning Decision-Making
December 9, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm$10
Ethical issues arise more frequently in planning and zoning decision-making than many realize. This presentation will include discussion of ethical legal requirements, conflicts of interest, recusal, site inspections and other related issues.
Presented by Mark Schachner, Esq., Miller, Mannix, Schachner and Hafner, LLC
This session has been submitted for 1.5 CM (no Ethics CMs have been obtained)
This webinar is being presented as part of a series CDRPC has organized for the fall. The series features a dozen sessions that delve into topics such as stormwater management, COVID impacts on planning, transportation, land use and more! To access this webinar, and any webinar in the series, there is a one time registration fee of $10 per person.
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How Does The Series Work?
1) Use Eventbrite to register – this will create a username and password if you don’t already have an Eventbrite account.
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3) On the event page, register for each webinar you wish to attend. Each webinar requires it’s own registration. This is to ensure correct attendance for AICP and to automate reminders.
Remember, you must register for each session using the webinar registration links provided on the Event page. For each webinar you will receive a confirmation email with the zoom link to join the webinar that can be added to your electronic calendar.
Town, village and city zoning board of appeals and planning board members, as well as county planning board members are required by state statute to obtain four hours of training a year. This webinar series will also provide an opportunity for local government professionals from across the board to sharpen their skills, obtain credits, learn about trends and regulations, meet the experts and find out about funding opportunities. After each webinar in the series, each attendee will receive an email confirming attendance. This email can be submitted to your board chair and or clerk to apply for credit. To automatically receive the email that can be used for PB or BZA credit for this webinar you MUST register with an email address.