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Travels in (Mostly) Northeastern Indiana

Posted on October 21st, by Katie Bannon in Downtowns, Economic Development, Transportation, Urban Design. No Comments

By Katie Bannon, AICP, APA-IN Communications Committee Chair

Most of us know how valuable traveling can be for improving our practice of urban planning. However, I think we too often think only of traveling to faraway locales and undervalue traveling …


Why I Became a Planner Blog Series – Anna Dragovich

Posted on December 19th, by Katie Bannon in Why I Became a Planner. No Comments

By Katie Bannon, AICP

As a kid, Anna Dragovich didn’t realize that planning had an impact on the place she grew up. Her home and family farm were located on a busy street in rural Stark County, Ohio. She remembers …


Why I Became a Planner Blog Series – Bob Thompson

Posted on October 1st, by Katie Bannon in Why I Became a Planner. No Comments

By Katie Bannon, AICP

Bob Thompson, AICP, APA-Indiana Chapter President, has been the Planning Director in Porter County, Indiana for over 15 years. Bob’s career in planning came about after first working in some of the more technical aspects of …


Planners Embracing Change in Columbus

Posted on March 19th, by Nate Nickel in APA Indiana, Conference. No Comments

By: Nate Nickel

With the theme of “Embracing Change”, the 2013 APA-IN spring conference was held on March 15th at the Commons in downtown Columbus, Indiana. Over a hundred planning professionals from across the state were in attendance. As the …