Heading to the 2018 APA Washington Conference this week in Spokane? Be sure to check out presentations by Senior Planner | Associate Carol Kachadoorian and Director of Planning Michael Hintze, AICP during the two-day event. Details of their sessions are below.
Thursday, October 4
What’s Next? Making an Age-Friendly Workplan Work
10:15am-11:15am, Grand Ballroom, Salon 1
People can age with ease in an age-friendly city. Working with AARP and stakeholders for 15 months, Seattle’s Age-friendly Task Force developed a workplan that was adopted by the City. Learn how the Task Force is implementing its workplan from members of its Transportation and Public Space Committee.
Moderator: Carol Kachadoorian
Speakers: Brent Butler, CFM, City of Seattle • Lizzie Moll, City of Seattle
Friday, October 5
The Ethics of How We Plan And Design Our Streets
8:00am – 10:00am, Spokane Falls A/B
1.5 ETHICS CM
Central to our role as planners is to protect the health and welfare of people through good planning and design of communities. Over 40,000 people died on U.S. roads in 2017. This session will explore our ethical duty as planners to reduce this number and how we can be effective in doing so.
SPEAKERS: Michael Hintze, AICP, Toole Design Group