Date: Tuesday, September 11, 2012, from 6pm-9pm
Location: Bay College Joseph Heirman University Center, Rm 963 (Escanabe, MI)
Topic: Introduction to Planning and Zoning: Smart Growth and the New Economy, Conflict of Interest and Planning Resources
Type of Session: This is a face-to-face classroom session.
Registration: As Michigan Citizen Planner is testing this new format, this training is offered at a substantially reduced fee of $275 per person (regularly $350 per person). Registration is due by Friday, August 31. Preregistration is required online.
Contact: Please contact MSU Extension Government & Public Policy Educator Brad Neumann at email@example.com or call 906.475.5731
This September, Michigan Citizen Planner is offering classroom-based trainings in the Upper Peninsula in the "Fundamentals of Planning and Zoning," a seven-week course. The Classroom Program is exploring a new format for this training opportunity--five of the seven core sessions will be taught using web video conference technology at multiple locations. The first and last sessions will be taught face-to-face. The remaining five web video sessions will include an on-site facilitator. As Michigan Citizen Planner is testing this new format, this training is offered at a substantially reduced fee of $275 per person (regularly $350 per person).
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