2012 National American Planning Association Conference

ReIMAGINE The City
ReIMAGINE Your Career
ReIMAGINE The Possibilities
Take a fresh look at the work you do every day and a first look at the challenges you’ll face tomorrow. Join APA in Los Angeles for the 2012 National Planning Conference: the world’s largest planning event with four days of unparalleled networking and learning opportunities. Hear from experts. Connect with colleagues. Pick up new skills. Move your career forward. Imagine the possibilities.

April 14 – 17, 2012

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