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PA Chapter American Planning Assn Accepting 2018 Great Places: Public Spaces, Greenways/Trails In PA Nominations
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The PA Chapter of the American Planning Association is now accepting nominations for its 2018 Great Places In Pennsylvania Program.  Nominations are due April 17.

The Great Places competition has two categories: Great Public Spaces and Great Greenways/Trails.

Great Places are unique, memorable places that work not only for their community, but as a model others want to emulate – places of exemplary character, quality, planning, identity, cultural interest, and community involvement with a sustainable vision for tomorrow.

To get an idea of what Great Places have already won, Click Here.

Click Here for all the details and how to enter.  Questions should be directed to Pam Shellenberger, AICP, 717-771-9870 or send email to: pshellenberger@ycpc.org.

For more information on the programs, initiatives and upcoming events, visit the PA Chapter of the American Planning Association website.

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[Posted: March 29, 2018]


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