May 9 – Land Use – L4 (Free-Members)
Managing the Millennials
Are Millennials Really the "Go-Nowhere" Generation?
Municipal Management of Millennials: Millennials have many special needs and desires and we will address these, particularly in the land use and transportation context. Our guest has researched and reported on the travel choices of Millennials, choices that profoundly affect how we plan and regulate for land use. Get out ahead of the emerging trends by joining us for this unique view into the ever-changing landscape being shaped by the Millennials. You’ll ad a new word to you vocabulary, too: “automobility”!
Speakers: Noreen C. McDonald, Dwight H. Merriam and Daniel R. Mandelker
Noreen C. McDonald
Dwight H. Merriam founded Robinson & Cole’s Land Use Group in 1978. He represents land owners, developers, governments and individuals in land use matters. Dwight is a Fellow and Past President and of the American Institute of Certified Planners, a former Director of the American Planning Association, a former chair of APA’s Planning and Law Division, and a former chair of the American Bar Association’s national Section of State and Local Government Law. He teaches land use law at the University of Connecticut School of Law and at the Quinnipiac University Law School and has published over 200 articles and nine books and including Inclusionary Zoning Moves Downtown, The Takings Issue, The Complete Guide to Zoning, and Eminent Domain Use and Abuse: Kelo in Context. He is the co-editor of Rathkopf’s The Law of Zoning and Planning and a co-author of the leading casebook in the field, Planning and Control of Land Development.
Daniel R. Mandelker, Stamper Professor of Law, Washington University in Saint Louis, is a leading scholar and teacher in land use law, environmental law, and state and local government law. He was the principal consultant and contributor to the American Planning Association’s model planning and zoning legislation project. He was also the principal consultant to a joint American Bar Association committee that prepared a model law for land use procedures that was adopted by the ABA House of Delegates. He recently published a handbook on free speech law for on premise signs, a coauthored fourth edition of his APA report on Street Graphics and the Law, and a coauthored new edition of his law school casebook in State and Local Government. Additionally, he received the ABA’s State and Local Government Section Daniel J. Curtin Lifetime Achievement Award.