Spring Institute 2016
April 14, 2016 | Causeway Bay Hotel Lansing | 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Member Rate: $150 | Student Member Rate: $60
Earn up to 6.75 AICP CM credits, including Law and Ethics and 6 Master Citizen Planner Continuing Education Credits
MAP's priority policy focus for 2016 is housing, and we'll be elevating the topic at our 2016 Annual Spring Institute.
Learn about regulatory and programmatic tools to make affordable housing happen in your community; how missing middle housing is a key solution to keep talent and families in Michigan; and how other states are advancing best planning practices to implement housing solutions. We'll showcase inspirational national speakers and state and local planning and housing experts to provide the tools and resources to help you create prosperous, safe, healthy, and equitable places.
Confirmed National Speakers
Mary Kyle McCurdy
Policy Director and Staff Attorney, 1000 Friends of Oregon
Mary Kyle McCurdy earned her BA in Human Biology from Stanford University and her law degree from the University of California at Davis. In addition to serving as Policy Director, Mary Kyle oversees the 1000 Friends Cool Communities program, focusing on urban development, transportation choice, and affordable housing issues.
Charles Buki has served as a consultant to the Millennial Housing Commission, and in 1992 he was a panelist at the United Nations Conference on Human Settlement. Since founding czb in 2001 he has cultivated a national client base with work ranging from land use economics and housing analysis in Park City, UT to soft market revitalization throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and New York.
Local and State Experts
- Engaging law discussion about basic concepts about the practice of planning, the practice of law, and the intersection of the two.
- Practitioners hands-on workshop demonstrating how to use target market analysis for planning and development.
- Affordable housing resources.
This page last updated on 4/22/2016.