March/ April 2017 Volume XXXI, Issue 2


In This Issue...

March/April President's Message >>

APA Leadership Opportunities >> 

Save the Date >>

Great Places Pilot Program >> 

Community Resilience: Fire >>

Planners4Health Monthly Update >>

Planner Spotlight: Maria Culloyah >>

Public Service Announcement >>


Check out the APA Washington Events Calendar for upcoming planning-related events and activities! 

Social Media


March/April President's Message

Paula provides spring updates. 

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Nominations for APA Washington Board Officers being accepted now through May 15!

APA Washington is accepting Nominations for State and Section board leadership positions for the 2017 Annual State Planning Elections.  

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Save the Date for the Transportation and Communities Summit

Sept. 11-12, Portland, OR 

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APA WA Great Places Pilot Program 

In early 2016, Chapter President Paula Reeves initiated a phone call with the National APA office of the Great Places program and a dozen Planners around Washington State to discuss a State Chapter sponsored program that would be similar to other programs around the country.  

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Community Resilience: Fire

Teaching people how to live with the natural threat of wildfire.

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Planners4Health Monthly Update

The Planners4Health Washington Chapter provides monthly updates to Paula Reeves. Here is their latest update. 

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Planner Spotlight: Maria Cullooyah

Maria sure has had her fair share of fun planning-related experiences!

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Public Service Announcement 

On March 24, 2017, EPA Administrator Pruitt issued an agency-wide memorandum on implementation of Executive Order 13777, which announced members of the required Regulatory Reform Task Force, and directed EPA program offices to seek public input on existing regulations and report findings to the Task Force by May 15. 

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