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Reshaping Rochester Luncheon with Toni Griffin (virtual)

Tues., June 16th, noon

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PLACEMAKING 101:
(Webinar)

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                                     Presented by Home Leasing

Registration is now open for our June 16th webinar featuring Toni Griffin!
Join us for our Annual Luncheon Event (Virtual Edition) as Toni Griffin discusses the creation of just cities and Rochester, NY.

Sponsorship opportunities available!

Click here for more info + to register

 

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Thank you to all who attended "Behind the Curtain: How the public can better engage the land use process," our PLACEMAKING 101 webinar on May 20th and the follow-up Q&A on May 27th! We'd like to give a big thank you to Jason Haremza, AICP and Molly Gaudioso, AICP for their presentation, and Highland Planning, LLCHinge Neighbors, and Jarred Jones for their direct support.

Stay tuned for our next PLACEMAKING 101 webinar in July.