World Town Planning Day Celebration at Georgia Tech
Join the Student Planning Association for a panel discussion on "Win or Waste: Atlanta at Odds over Stadium Proposal"
- Mike Dudgeon, (R) Georgia State House, District 24
- Rashard Taylor, (D) Georgia State House, District 55
- Reverend Anthony Motley, Pastor, Lindsey Street Baptist Church
- Dr. Benjamin Flowers, Professor, Georgia Tech, College of Architecture
CM Credits Approved
Schedule of Events:
- 6:00-6:30pm Sign-In and Networking
- 6:30-6:45pm Welcome and Introductions
- 6:45-7:35pm Speaker Presentations
- 7:35-7:55pm Audience/Panel Q&A
- 7:55-8:00pm Closing Announements
"World Town Planning Day is celebrated in 30 countries on four continents each November. It is a special day to recognize and promote the role of planning in creating livable communities. World Town Planning Day presents an excellent opportunity to look at planning from a global perspective, and APA encourages its members to consider planning challenges and solutions around the globe on that day.
"The American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) endorses World Town Planning Day as a strategy to promote a broad-based awareness, support, and advocacy of community and regional planning among the general public and all levels of government through activities in recognition of American accomplishments on World Town Planning Day, November 8 of each year.
"The international organization for World Town Planning Day was founded in 1949 by the late Professor Carlos Maria della Paolera of the University of Buenos Aires to advance public and professional interest in planning, both locally and abroad. WTPD began to be observed in many countries 30 to 40 years ago." - American Planning Association