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TRACK DATE TOPIC TIME DESCRIPTION
Planning Tuesday, August 18

(Virtual – reduced cost)

Transit & Housing: What’s the Link and Why Does it Matter? 11:30 am – 1 pm Communities along the proposed LYNX Silver Line are working to identify the best transit-oriented development patterns for their communities. What issues have come up? What decisions are they making? What can others learn from their experiences?
Planning Thursday, September 17 Planning for Resilience: What Does this Mean for the Piedmont? 11:30 am – 1 pm What is resiliency and what can your community be doing to better prepare for an uncertain future?
General Government Thursday, October 29 Americans with Disability Act and Aging Awareness Training 9:30 – 11:30 am Hear an overview of the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and best practices for working with persons with disabilities.
General Government Thursday, November 19 Economic

Development for Elected Officials

11 am – Noon The top ten things that elected leaders need to know about economic development (content from NLC report).
General Government Thursday, November 19 Opportunity Zones: Show Me the Money! Noon – 1 pm Opportunity zones are here to stay. What’s next and how do we participate?
Planning Thursday, December 10 Exploring the Transportation & Health Connection 11:30 am – 1 pm Transportation impacts health directly. Hear how MPOs, DOTs and national organizations are flipping the script to increase health outcomes through changes in the transportation policy.