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Cle Neighborhood2012
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Presentation on the role of neighborhood associations at the recent land use law CLE conference in Albuquerque

Presentation on the role of neighborhood associations at the recent land use law CLE conference in Albuquerque

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  • 1. James K. Strozier, AICP
  • 2. Ok, Neighborhood Meeting tonight, Youwant that with extra hollerin’?
  • 3. The Foundation for Planners:Rules of Conduct “AICP Code of Ethics” The Planners Responsibility to the Public A planners primary obligation is to serve the public interest. While the definition of the public interest is formulated through continuous debate, a planner owes allegiance to a conscientiously attained concept of the public ○ interest, which requires these special obligations: • A planner must have special concern for the long-range consequences of present actions. • A planner must pay special attention to the interrelatedness of decisions.
  • 4. AICP Code of Ethics (cont.)○ A planner must strive to provide full, clear and accurate information on planning issues to citizens and governmental decisions-makers.○ A planner must strive to give citizens the opportunity to have a meaningful impact on the development of plans and programs. Participation should be broad enough to include people who lack formal organization or influence.○ A planner must strive to expand choice and opportunity for all persons, recognizing a special responsibility to plan for the needs of disadvantaged groups and persons, and must urge the alteration of policies, institutions and decisions which oppose such needs.○ A planner must strive to protect the integrity of the natural environment.○ A planner must strive for excellence of environmental design and endeavor to conserve the heritage of the built environment.”
  • 5. Keys to working with Neighbors Communication Timing Accountability
  • 6. Don’t Panic!
  • 7. Communication Honesty  Ground Rules  Need to Know Everything  Be Prepared  Agree to Disagree Respect  All Parties Deserve Respect  All Opinions are Valid  The Process
  • 8. Timing  Not too early  Not too Late
  • 9. Accountability Communicate with your Client Put it in Writing Make it Binding More than the Minimum
  • 10. Successes and Failures Successful Projects: Las Mañanitas APS Stadium/Athletic Complex Bricklight Failures: 2000 Gold Guardian Storage
  • 11. Conclusion Be committed to make it work Trust the Process Communicate Honestly

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