2012 March 30 8th Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable

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8th Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable
 
Real World Challenges: Water, Energy and Transportation Intergovernmental Planning to Solve Complex Problems
 
March 30, 2012 – Arlington, Virginia
Hosted by: Northern Virginia Regional Commission and Virginia Tech Department of Urban Affairs – National Capital Region
 
Organized by: Regional and Intergovernmental Planning Division, American Planning Association
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Co-sponsored by: APA Chapters: Delaware, Maryland, National Capital Area, Pennsylvania, Virginia
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And: Baltimore Metropolitan Council, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
Hampton Roads Planning District Commission, Maryland State Department of Planning
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Wilmington Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Virginia Association of Planning District Commissions
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Location:

Virginia Tech Research Center, 2nd Floor, East and West Falls Church Rooms
900 North Glebe Road, Arlington, Virginia 22203 - Phone: (571) 858-3030

Agenda

 
8:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast
 
9:00 - Introduction – Terry Holzheimer, FAICP, Chair, APA Division Council Slide
Director, Arlington Economic Development
 
Welcome – Jay Fisette, Arlington County Board Member
G. Mark Gibb, Executive Director, Northern Virginia Regional Commission
 
9:15 -10:30 - Panel 1 – Energy Challenges: Increasing Efficiency, Managing Cost, Supporting Economic Slide
Growth, Engaging Citizens and Employers - Locally and Regionally
 
This panel will show ways to incorporate energy issues into local planning processes through adoption of community energy plans. These plans assess the amount of energy our communities are using today and set goals to reduce energy and related environmental impacts and increase energy security. The panel will share lessons from Northern Virginia and the US Department of Energy’s Community Energy Strategic Planning
Academy.
 
Moderator – Dale Medearis, Senior Environmental Planner, NVRC
 
1) NVRC Regional Energy Strategy and Community Energy Planning in Northern Virginia – Stephen Walz, Northern Virginia Regional Commission Slide
2) Arlington Community Energy Plan; Integrating with the County Comprehensive Plan – Rich Dooley, AICP, Community Energy Coordinator, Arlington County Department of Environmental Services Slide (Slides and Slides)
3) U.S DOE/National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Community Energy Strategic Planning Academy – Sarah Zaleski, Project Officer, Office of Weatherization & Intergovernmental Program, US Department of Energy, Washington DC Slide
4) Discussion
 
10:30 – 10:45 – Break
 
10:45 -Noon - Panel 2 - The Challenges of Water Management and Coastal Mitigation: The Dutch and American Experiences Slide
 
Mr. Brack Bentley, former Town Manager, Vienna and Front Royal, Virginia put the fundamental water problem for public managers this way: “Water - there’s either too much, or not enough, and in the wrong place.” This panel addresses collaborative approaches used for low-lying/sea-level communities that manage both storm water drainage and external storm surge intrusion. Government, the private sector and the research community need to work side by side to develop new technologies, strategies and policies that meet today’s water challenges, utilizing all relevant experience to deal with extreme weather events. Case studies at the international, national and regional levels will be presented, including lessons from the Dutch Delta Programme as are being applied in New Orleans and Florida. Work is underway at both the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments regional scale and that of the Northern Virginia Regional Commission, all within the Mid-Atlantic’s Chesapeake Bay watershed which is under influence of the Atlantic Ocean and its seasonal storms.
 
 
Moderator – Aimee Vosper, ASLA, PLA, Director, Planning and Environmental Services, NVRC
 
1) Delta Programme Water Management Knowledge for U.S. Coastal Areas – Slides for Two Below
a) Dale Morris, Senior Economist, Dutch Embassy
b) Pex Langenberg, Senior Dutch representative from the Netherlands Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management
2) Adaptation Planning - Water Resources and Coastal Protection - Increasing community resiliency to risks of extreme weather events at regional scales.
a) Laura Grape, Senior Environmental Planner, Northern Virginia Regional Commission Slide
b) Maia Davis, Environmental Planner IV, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Slide
3) Discussion
 
Noon – Lunch and Networking Time - Alex Bond, AICP, 1st Vice-Chair, Regional and Intergovernmental Planning Division , ICF International – Announcements Slide
 
12:45 -2 pm Panel 3 – Transportation Challenges – How can transportation planning be integrated from the local level to regional to state? The Virginia solution. Slide
 
The Office of the Secretary of Transportation is responsible for eight agencies effecting transportation in the commonwealth. The Virginia Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment was created in 2002 to encourage the coordination of multimodal and intermodal planning across these various transportation modes. A 2035 VTrans policy plan was developed through a multimodal Transportation Working Group with representatives from the Transportation Secretariat. In addition, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) developed the 2035 Virginia Surface Transportation Plan (VSTP), which provides long-term multimodal transportation suggestions for the commonwealth. The plan provides information for potential long-term project development and investment based on the goals identified in VTrans2035, Virginia’s statewide multimodal transportation policy plan. The Surface Transportation Plan received the APA Virginia Chapter – 2011 State Planning Innovation Award. Included in the VSTP are recommendations from 20 Regional Rural Long Range Plans that identify needs based upon goals and objectives established by each region using a unique process with local stakeholders.
 
Introduction – Tom Christoffel, AICP, FeRSA – Regional/Greater Community Development News
 
1) Moderator - Marsha Fiol, State Transportation Planner, Virginia Department of Transportation Slide (Slides)
2) 2035 VTrans, the Commonwealth of Virginia's statewide long-range multi-modal transportation plan - Dironna Belton, Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment Slide
3) 2035 Virginia Surface Transportation Plan - Brad Shelton, AICP, Statewide Highway Plan Project Manager, Virginia Department of Transportation, and Amy Inman, Manager of Transit Planning, Department of Rail and Public Transportation Slide (Slides)
4) Regional Long Range Plan Development - Elijah Sharp, Regional Transportation Planner, New River Valley Planning District Commission (Blacksburg-Radford) Slide
5) Discussion
 
2:00-2:15 -- Break
 
2:15 to 3:45 - Panel 4 – Integrated Planning Working Regionally in the Mid-Atlantic. Panel member will report on key challenges for their localities and the program responses of their agencies Slide
 
Moderator--Lee Schoenecker, AICP, Past Chair, Regional and Intergovernmental Planning Division
 
1) Maryland Department of Planning: PlanMaryland and Some of Its Relationships
Richard B. Josephson, AICP, Director of Planning Services Slide (Slides Slides)
2) Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments: Region Forward Implementation: Regional Activity Centers, and Equity Considerations
Paul DesJardin, Director of the Department of Community Planning and Services Slide (Slides)
3) Baltimore Metropolitan Council: Regional Plan for Sustainable Development
Mike Kelly, General Counsel and Government Relations Coordinator Slide (Slides)
4) Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission: Greater Philadelphia's Connections
Framework with Emphasis on the Eco-Economy Slide
Mary Bell, PP, Manager of Demographics and Economic Analysis Slide (Slides Slides)
5) Hampton Roads Virginia: Strategic Challenges and Opportunities
John M. Carlock, AICP, Deputy Executive Director Slide (Slides Slides)
 
3:45 to 3:50 – Closing Session – Future steps – discussion - Alex Bond, AICP, 1st Vice-Chair, Regional and Intergovernmental Planning Division, ICF International Slide
 
4:00 Post Conference Networking Social – The Green Turtle – Street level - Virginia Tech Research Center - 900 North Glebe Road -
 
Let the Friday traffic dissipate and make the most out of your visit to Arlington County-NoVA.

Speaker and Moderator Bios by Panel

Panel 1 Energy Challenges: Increasing Efficiency, Managing Cost, Supporting Economic Growth, Engaging Citizens and Employers - Locally and Regionally

Moderator – Dale Medearis

Mr. Medearis is Senior Environmental Planner for the Northern Virginia Regional Commission. He previously served as Program Manager for Europe at US EPA Office of International Affairs from 1995 – 2007. He received a BA in International Relations from the University of Redlands in 1986 and recently, a Ph.D., Environmental Design and Planning, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

1) Stephen Walz

Mr. Walz, as the Director, Regional Energy Planning for the Northern Virginia Regional Commission, works with Northern Virginia local governments to implement local and regional energy and sustainability plans to achieve transformational reductions in energy use and provide increased energy security. Mr. Walz also serves on the boards of the Local Energy Alliance Program and the Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition. Previously, Mr. Walz served as the Director of the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy through January 2011, and Senior Energy Policy Advisor to Virginia Governor Tim Kaine from 2007 through January 2010. Mr. Walz served at DMME for over 30 years including directing the agency’s Divisions of Energy and Administration. Mr. Walz served on numerous energy and related groups including Chairman of the Governor’s Energy Policy Advisory Council, The Governor’s Climate Change Commission, the Commission on Energy
and Environment, the Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium Board, the Energy Advisory Council to the Appalachian Regional Commission, and the State Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Advisory Council. Prior to joining Virginia state government, Mr. Walz worked in energy and community development programs in Missouri and Nebraska for the Black Economic Union of Greater Kansas City, Catalyst & Associates, and the Central Missouri Counties Human Development Corporation. He has a BS in Civil Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts. Mr. Walz along with Ms. Vosper, served as the host team to organize the 8th Mid-Atlantic Roundtable meeting.

2) Rich Dooley, AICP

Mr. Dooley is the Community Energy Coordinator for the Arlington County Department of Environmental Services. His current duties include ensuring that all stakeholders’ voices are heard when it comes to shaping Arlington County’s energy future coordinating with the Community Energy Plan (CEP) project’s team. In addition, he leads the effort to create a new Energy element for the County's Comprehensive Plan plus an Implementation Plan for the CEP. He previously worked at the NAHB Research Center as a Green Building and Land Use Specialist and at SAIC as an Environmental Consultant. Rich holds two Masters Degrees in Public Affairs (MPA) and Environmental Science (MSES) from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

3) Sarah Zaleski

Ms. Sarah currently serves as a Policy Advisor for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Office. Sarah has worked on energy and sustainability policy at multiple jurisdictional levels. Regionally, she was involved in the first sustainability initiative in Teton County, Wyoming. At the state level, she designed and marketed energy demand side management programs for government and utility sponsored initiatives in North Carolina; and internationally, Sarah assessed implications of expanding global biofuel markets while with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Before joining the DOE in June of 2010, Sarah worked for the City of Baltimore where she helped establish their Office of Sustainability. In this role, she worked on a range of projects including the creation of the Baltimore
Sustainability Plan, the City's original green building requirements, the City’s greenhouse gas emissions inventory, and multiple other initiatives. Sarah received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and both a Masters of Environmental Management and a Masters of Public Policy from Duke University where her research focused on developing a labor/environmental alliance to support clean energy policies.

Panel 2 The Challenges of Water Management and Coastal Mitigation: The Dutch and American Experiences

Moderator – Aimee Vosper, ASLA, PLA

Ms. Vosper serves as Director of Planning and Environmental Services for the Northern Virginia Regional Commission. A licensed Landscape Architect for over 26 years, develops and manages the work of one of NVRC’s major divisions responsible for regionally-significant planning, environmental and related issues. Prior to her position with NVRC, Ms. Vosper was the Division Chief, Park Planning and Development for the City of Alexandria Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities for more than six years. Her role in City government was considered essential to the development of partnerships both internally and externally. Her private practice experience in land planning and smart growth development contribute to her responsibilities in advocating new directions in land planning in Northern Virginia. Ms. Vosper holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Landscape Architecture from NCSU College of Design. Ms. Vosper along with Mr. Walz served as the host team to organize the 8th Mid-Atlantic Roundtable meeting.

1) a) Dale Morris

Mr. Morris is Senior Economist at the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Washington, DC, providing economic and political analyses of US macro-economic, fiscal and monetary policy, as well as US federal budget, tax and appropriations developments. Morris directs the Dutch Government's Water Management network in the United States, and in particular in Louisiana, Florida and California. This effort is primarily focused on broad “sustainability” topics: flood protection and flood risk mitigation, coastal and floodplain restoration, water supply/conveyance in areas of water duress, ecosystem resiliency, adaptation, urban water management, and landscape design for risk reduction and environmental/public amenity. Morris is co-director of Dutch Dialogues and serves on the New Orleans Water Management Strategy Advisory Council. Morris previously served as Legislative Director and Press Secretary for two Members of the U.S. Congress and was responsible for budget, tax, trade, appropriations, entitlements and energy/environment issues. Morris was honorably discharged from the US Air Force and is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Virginia.

b) Pex Langenberg

Mr. Langenberg is currently the Counselor for Transportation and Water Management for the Royal Netherlands Embassy. From 2002, he held the position of Director Public Transport Policy, Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management. Within the City of Amsterdam, he was the Manager, Traffic and Transportation Division from 1998-2002. From 1994-1998 Mr. Langenberg held the position of Deputy Mayor for Traffic and Transportation in the City of Leiden, The Netherlands. After graduating from the University of Leiden with a degree in Political Science in 1984, he was the Policy Advisor, in the Ministry of the Interior, The Netherlands, for 10 years.

2) a) Laura Grape

Ms. Grape is Senior Environmental Planner for the Northern Virginia Regional Commission. She received a BS in biology from George Mason University in 2000. From 2001 to 2006 she served as Ecologist II for the Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services. In July, 2006 she took the position of Senior Environmental Planner at the NVRC. Major projects include: Four Mile Run Watershed
Management Program and Urban Stream Restoration, Cameron Run Watershed Restoration and Feasibility Study with the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Northern Virginia Conservation Corridors; Green Infrastructure Planning, and Sustainable Shorelines and Community Management; Adaptation Strategies for Local Response to Sea Level Rise. She received a George Mason University Graduate Certificate for Environmental Conflict Resolution and Collaboration in 2011.

b) Maia Davis

Environmental Planner IV, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

Ms. Davis is an Environmental Planner IV at the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments working on climate, energy and air quality. She previously was with the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) as a Principal Environmental Planner where she was the program manager for ARC’s Green Communities Program and the Metro Water District’s Water Supply and Water Conservation Management Plan. In 2006, Maia earned a Masters Degree from Georgia Institute of Technology in City and Regional Planning with specializations in Environmental Planning and Geographical Information Systems. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.

Panel 3 Transportation Challenges - How can transportation planning be integrated from the local level to regional to state? The Virginia solution.

Introduction – Tom Christoffel, AICP, FeRSA

Mr. Christoffel is the editor and publisher of the weekly Regional/Greater Community Development News which tracks the emergence of regional community approaches in the U.S. and around the world. Mr. Christoffel was named a fellow of the Regional Studies Association in 2011. He hold a Master of Urban Affairs degree from Virginia Tech. He worked for Northern Shenandoah Regional Commission from 1973 until his
retirement in 2008. He served in several positions including Senior Planner and Executive Director. Along with Mr. Paul DesJardin, he organized the first Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning meeting in 2005.

1) Marsha Fiol

Ms. Fiol is a State Transportation Planner in the Transportation and Mobility Planning Director fopr the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). Fiol has served as Program Manager for the Rural Transportation Planning Program, as Section Manager for the Statewide Policy and Planning Section and as a representative on the Commonwealth’s Multimodal Advisory Committee. She also served as Assistant Division Administrator for Policy and Planning in VDOT’s Transportation and Mobility Planning Division prior to taking on the position of Administrator of the Transportation and Mobility Planning Division. She has a Bachelor of Business Administration with a minor in Finance from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee and a Masters of Science in Transportation Policy, Operations and Logistics from George Mason University, School of Public Policy in Arlington, Virginia.

2) Dironna Moore Belton

Ms. Belton, is the Multimodal Transportation Specialist for the Virginia Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment. She joined the Commonwealth of Virginia a year ago to enhance the statewide multimodal planning processes through innovation, interaction with the Secretary of Transportation and coordination with the agencies of the Secretariat and regional MPOs. She has previously worked for the Tennessee Department of Transportation as a Transportation Planner for the Multimodal (Rail/Waterways/Public Transportation) Division
and for the TDOT Environmental Division; as well as held the position as Zoning Administrator for the City of Petersburg Department of Planning and Community Development in 2005. She holds a B.S. from Virginia Tech 01’ and later received advanced graduate studies in Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Commonwealth University 05’. Ms. Belton has over seven years experience in planning.

3) a) Brad Shelton, AICP

Mr. Shelton is the Statewide Highway Plan Project Manager for VDOT’s Transportation and Mobility Planning Division. Over the last five years, Brad has been responsible for leading an interdisciplinary team in the development of the highway element of the 2035 Virginia Surface Transportation Plan. He has also performed work in the areas of transportation policy, functional classification, and access management and has served as a member of the Multimodal Advisory Committee responsible for developing VTrans2035. Prior to joining VDOT, Brad worked as a principal planner for Goochland County, VA and as a transportation planner for Montgomery County, PA and the Richmond Area MPO. He holds an undergraduate degree in Urban Studies and a Master’s of Urban and Regional Planning, both from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

b) Amy Inman

Ms. Inman serves as Manager of Transit Planning for the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation. In this capacity, Inman oversees all transit planning efforts for the agency. Her contributions to the development of statewide plans, such as VTRANS 2035 and Virginia’s Surface Transportation Plan, have ensured the creation of multi-modal plans to guide Virginia’s long-range transportation development. Her work on the Hampton Roads Regional Transit Vision Plan helped a geographically complex region identify short-and long-term transit recommendations that support existing land use plans and provide key connections to deliver a regional transit system that can meet the diverse needs of the region. Prior to joining DRPT, Inman worked as a Senior Planner and Project Manager with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization. She holds a B.S. from Indiana University and M.S. in Bio-Geography and Urban Planning from the University of Illinois. Ms. Inman is speaking on the Transportation Challenges panel immediately following lunch.

4) Elijah Sharp

Regional Transportation Planner, New River Valley Planning District Commission (Blacksburg-Radford)

Mr. Sharp Currently manages the annual Rural Transportation Work Program at the New River Valley Planning District Commission. As a Regional Transportation Planner, he has gained experience in the areas of regional prioritization of transportation projects, roadway safety and congestion, public transportation, bicycle, pedestrian, freight movement, access management, maintenance of traffic, hazard mitigation, and land use. Elijah currently contributes staff time and leadership to a variety of local, regional, and statewide planning efforts. Elijah graduated in 2006 from Bluefield State College, West Virginia, with degrees in Architectural and Civil Engineering Technology. After working for nearly 3 years as a civil engineer, he joined the PDC in 2009 as a Regional Planner.

Panel 4 Integrated Planning Working Regionally in the Mid-Atlantic

Moderator - Lee Schoenecker, AICP

Mr. Schoenecker is the immediate Past Chair of the APA Regional and Intergovernmental Planning Division, and was also on the APA National Capital Area Chapter Board for 10 years. At present, he is also on the Greater Washington 2050 Coalition, an organization put together by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments to develop long range goals and targets for the National Capital Region. He is a retired federal
employee, having worked for both the U.S. Office of Management and Budget in intergovernmental relations and with the U.S. Air Force in the Pentagon on both base expansions and closures. He also worked for ten years in local and state governments. He has been a primary advocate and organizer for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtables since 2007 when the Division became involved.

1) Richard B. Josephson, AICP

Rich Josephson currently serves as Director of Planning Services for the Maryland Department of Planning, where he is responsible for overseeing planning assistance to local governments, land and water resource planning, infrastructure planning and implementation of the State’s first sustainable growth plan. Prior to his employment with the State, he served as Deputy Director for the City of Alexandria, Virginia, Department of Planning and Zoning. He has also served as a planner, Zoning Administrator and Comprehensive Planning Administrator for the Office of Planning and Zoning in Anne Arundel County, where he directed a major update to the County’s General Development Plan and was responsible for preparation of 16 small area community plans. He received a Bachelor of City Planning degree from the University of Virginia, is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) and a member of the Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association.

2) Paul DesJardin

Mr. DesJardin is the Director of the Department of Community Planning and Services (DCPS) for the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) -- the regional organization of the Washington area’s major local governments, plus area members of the Maryland and Virginia legislatures, the U.S. Senate, and the U.S. House of Representatives. Mr. DesJardin is responsible for directing the Department’s technical and policy work in regional planning; land use/transportation and TOD-related studies; regional economic analysis and demographic forecasting; affordable housing and foreclosure; and foster care/child welfare. Mr. DesJardin and DCPS are lead policy and technical staff to several key COG committees including the Region Forward Coalition, Planning Directors Technical Advisory Committee, Housing Directors Advisory Committee, and the Capital Area Foreclosure Network (CAFN). Mr. DesJardin is a member of the American Planning Association,
National Capital Area Chapter; the co-chair of CAFN; a member of the PNC Bank Community Development Advisory Board; a member of the Community Council of WAMU-FM radio; and a member of the vestry of St. Peter’s in the Woods Episcopal Church in Fairfax Station. Mr. DesJardin was awarded a Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies of Virginia Tech, and has more than 20 years of professional planning experience. Along with Mr. Christoffel, he helped organize the first Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning meeting in 2005.

3) Mike Kelly

Mr. .Kelly serves as General Counsel and Governmental Relations for the Baltimore Metropolitan Council. A graduate of Loyola University and the University of Baltimore School of Law, Mike handles legal matters for the Council and coordinates cooperative efforts among the Baltimore region’s jurisdictions. Among Mike’s other duties are managing special projects for the Council’s Board of Directors, which is comprised of the
Mayor of Baltimore City and executive officials from surrounding jurisdictions. Before joining the Council, Mike served as defense counsel for a large insurance company, managed numerous Baltimore City political campaigns and worked as a case manager in a transitional home for homeless men. Mike has been a member of the Mother Seton Academy Board of Directors since 2007 and is a past president of the Loyola  University alumni association.

4) Mary E. Bell

Ms. Bell is the Manager of Demographic and Economic Analysis at the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC). Her current responsibilities include organizing and analyzing population, housing, and economic data to support the Commission’s regional land use and transportation planning activities. In 2011, Ms. Bell co-authored The Mismatch between Housing and Jobs, an assessment of the location, condition, and affordability of housing throughout Greater Philadelphia and a comparison of housing location to employment, infrastructure, and the regional transportation network. Ms. Bell is also the primary staff person responsible for the Greater Philadelphia Economic Development Framework, Greater Philadelphia’s regional Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). Ms. Bell has been at DVRPC for almost 24 years and worked previously for Cherry Hill Township, New Jersey, where she managed the local housing programs and assisted with the preparation of the local Master Plan and NJ COAH housing plan. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Geography from the University of Delaware and a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Commonwealth University.

5) John M. Carlock, AICP

Mr. Carlock is Deputy Executive Director for the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission. He has been with the Commission and its predecessor, the Southeastern Virginia Planning District Commission, since 1973. In his position, Mr. Carlock manages the HRPDC Economics, Emergency Management, Housing, Public Information and Community Affairs, Regional Planning and Water Resources Programs. He is a member of the American Water Works Association and the Association of State Wetland Managers. He is also an Affiliate Member of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Mr. Carlock serves on a number of state, federal and local government advisory committees. He has directed or authored many technical and policy studies and plans. He served as Chairman of the Virginia Recycling Markets Development Council during 2000 and 2001. Mr. Carlock has a B.S. from Illinois State University and a Master of Science in City and Regional Planning from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.

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Topic: 8th Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable

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Meeting Location, Directions, Parking

Virginia Tech Research Center, 2nd Floor, East and West Falls Church Rooms
900 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, Virginia 22203
 
 
The closest Metro station is the Ballston-MU Metro Station (Orange Line). It is about a 5-minute walk. Exit the station and head west on Fairfax Dr.. Cross N. Glebe Road and turn left. Pictures below. For those driving, parking is available in the building. Pictures follow showing parking signs and turns. The rate is $10 for a full day. Hotels nearby include: Holiday Inn, Comfort Inn, Westin, Hilton
 

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1.Virginia Tech – 2nd building on N. Glebe Road from intersection with Fairfax Drive. Walking view coming from Ballston Metro.

 

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2. On N. Glebe road looking south to Virginia Tech.

 

 

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3. Building walking entrance at Green Turtle – Parking entrance next right.

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4. Right turn to Parking – VA Tech is not listed on this sign.

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5. The next right to Public Parking – Virginia Tech. Avoid 4 hour parking slots. 3rd level is all – all day. The all day rate $10 including evening. Pay tickets on P-1 level when exiting – cash/credit machine. Take elevator to Virginia Tech lobby on 2nd floor.
 
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Prior Roundtables

Mid-Atlantic Regional Transportation Planning Coordination Roundtable
October 21, 2005 – Lord Fairfax Community College, Middletown, Virginia
 
Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable - II
February 17, 2006 - 400 N. Capitol St, NW, Hall of the States - Washington, D.C.
 
The U.S. Mid-Atlantic Super-Region - Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable – III
December 8, 2006 - Baltimore Metropolitan Council – Baltimore, Maryland
 
4TH Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable
Taking Smart Growth to the Regional Level - 3.0 - Region to Region Cooperation
November 9, 2007 - George Washington Regional Commission
University of Mary Washington, N.S. Campus - Fredericksburg, Virginia
 
5th Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable
Multi-Regional, Multi-State Solutions: Transportation, Land Use and Environmental
November 7, 2008 - Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
6th Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable
Smart and Sustainable – Local & Regional, State and Multi-State - How will planning contribute to achieving these goals of the citizenry?
September 30 – October 1, 2009 - Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) Frederick, Maryland
 
7th Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Roundtable
Sustainable Regions: States and Localities Working Regionally in the Mid-Atlantic
September 30 – October 1, 2010 – WILMAPCO - Wilmington Area Planning Council Wilmington, Delaware
 
Start up support 2006-7: Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (AMPO), National Association
of Development Organizations (NADO), National Association of Regional Councils (NARC)
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