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Livable Neighborhoods Program Training

Livable Neighborhoods Program Training at Pratt Institute, November 13, 2010On Saturday November 13th, Pratt students and local residents came together for an afternoon of training on local planning issues. Hosted by MAS, in collaboration with Pratt Institute’s Programs for Sustainable Planning and Development, this semi-annual Livable Neighborhoods training provides incoming students and area residents with an opportunity to connect and learn how to participate more effectively in New York City’s planning process. With facilitators from MAS, Pratt and the Department of City Planning, participants received timely information on topics ranging from zoning, to 197-A planning, to economic development. Since 2007, Livable Neighborhoods has provided hands-on training to over 600 New Yorkers (including over one third of the city’s 59 community boards). Our next citywide training will take place this spring at Hunter College. Learn more about the Livable Neighborhoods Program or contact Sideya Sherman, Senior Planner at ssherman[at]mas.org. View photos from the Livable Neighborhoods Program Training held earlier this spring: [AFG_gallery id=’29’]
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