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    BAAMA (Bay Area Automated Mapping Association)and APA (American Planning Association) GIS in Planning Meeting US Geological Survey, Western Mapping Center
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 15, 2005
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      BAAMA (Bay Area Automated Mapping Association)and
      APA (American Planning Association)
      "GIS in Planning" Meeting

      US Geological Survey, Western Mapping Center
      345 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park
      Thursday, July 21, 2005

      FREE ATTENDANCE -- All APA members and/or practicing planners

      8:30am to 9:00am – Registration, Continental Breakfast, and
      Informal Networking

      9:00am to 10:15am - Panel One moderatored by Dennis Klein, BSI
      Encore: APA 2005 Conference Host Committee Choice

      - Urban Planning Models and Tools,Cheryl Parker, Urban Explorer
      - Rincon Annex-Waterfront Planning Model, Scott Edmondson, San
      Francisco Planning Department
      - San Francisquito Creek Watershed Planning Model, Alicia
      Torregrosa, USGS
      - Tahoe Basin Planning Model, Dave Halsing, USGS

      10:45am to Noon - Panel Two moderated by George White, Policy
      Innovation Works
      BAAMA Showcase: GIS Enabled Planning Systems

      - Smart Growth Policy Support System, Kearey Smith, Metropolitan
      Transportation Commission
      - GIS Enabled Environmental Assessment Reporter Planner, Greg
      Bazhaw, Santa Clara County Planning
      - Complex Searches for Specific Neighborhood Types, Professor Earl
      Bossard, San Jose State University Planning

      Attendance Policy: No RSVP required. All are welcome. No fee for
      BAAMA members; Non-members normally pay $10 to attend meeting or pay
      $25 annual fee to become a member. Due to a special arrangement
      between APA Northern Section and BAAMA this "GIS in Planning"
      meeting is FREE for all APA Members and/or practicing planners!
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