Westchester Municipal Planning Federation
Michaelian Office Building, Room 432, 148 Martine Avenue, White Plains NY 10601, info@wmpf.org
  • Town of New Castle | South Greeley Parking Lot Consolidation

  • Village of Pleasantville | Jacob Burns Film Center/Downtown Revitalization

  • City of White Plains | Druss and Gardella Parks

  • City of Peekskill | Drum Hill Senior Living Community

  • City of Yonkers | Joseph A. Cerrato Park

  • Town of Lewisboro | Oakridge Condominiums

  • Town of Cortlandt | Bear Mountain Road Tollhouse

  • Town of Yorktown | Railroad Station Park

  • City of New Rochelle | Huguenot Children’s Library and Park

  • City of Peekskill | Peekskill Station

  • Village of Dobbs Ferry | Livingston Manor

  • Washingtonville Housing Alliance | Washingtonville Affordable Housing Project

  • City of New Rochelle | 5 Islands Park

  • City of Yonkers | Untermeyer Park

  • City of White Plains | White Plains Beautification Foundation

Welcome

Managing Street Trees:
What You Should Know For Success

December 15, 2016
Westchester County Center
198 Central Avenue, White Plains

8:00 am – 8:30 am | Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:30 am – 1:00 pm | Program

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Renew Your WMPF Membership for 2017

A WMPF Membership fee entitles qualified individuals* in your organization to attend WMPF training programs free of charge – including, but not limited to, the annual Land Use Training Institute and planning and zoning seminars. Municipalities may approve attendance at these programs as satisfying the New York State annual requirement for four hours of training for Planning and Zoning Board members. Westchester municipalities and not-for-profits will also be invited to nominate projects and citizen planners for WMPF’s annual planning awards.

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Annual WMPF Scholarship Award

This year’s Westchester Municipal Planning Federation scholarship was awarded to Max Emanuel Schwartz. Max Schwartz grew up in New Rochelle, New York. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science from the University of Michigan in 2015. He is currently pursuing a Master of City and Regional Planning, specializing in Transportation Policy and Land Use, at Rutgers University.

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LUTI 2016 Presentations:
An Approach to Adaptive Reuse of Religious and Educational Buildings

Village of Mamaroneck Planning Department
Bob Galvin, Village Planner
Greg Cutler, Assistant Planner

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