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Wednesday, June 25, 2008
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Ohio Planning Conference workshop: Planning law review

The Cleveland Section of the Ohio Planning Conference is offering a distance learning series to OPC members and guests free of charge. This session covers:

As the U.S. Supreme Court's term comes to an end, find out how the nine justices and their federal and state counterparts shaped planning over the last year. Learn about the legal precedents set in the last year by Congress, state legislatures, and ballot box initiatives. Hear from legal experts how to deal with organized challenges to long-standing planning tools. A program the planning director, planning commission, and staff cannot afford to miss.

Co-sponsor: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.Please RSVP to Ann Klavora at ann.klavora@shakeronline.com or 216-491-1436.

The Cleveland Section of the Ohio Planning Conference is offering a distance learning series to OPC members and guests free of charge. This session covers: As the U.S. Supreme Court's term comes to an end, find out how the nine justices and their federal and state counterparts shaped planning over the last year. Learn about the legal precedents set in the last year by Congress, state legislatures, and ballot box initiatives. Hear from legal experts how to deal with organized challenges to long-standing planning tools. A program the planning director, planning commission, and staff cannot afford to miss. Co-sponsor: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.Please RSVP to Ann Klavora at ann.klavora@shakeronline.com or 216-491-1436.

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