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AIA Seminar: Development Agreements

Development Agreements are one of the most powerful entitlement processes, providing more flexibility and more certainty to the applicant, the City and the public about a proposed development project. Development Agreements offer a wider array of potential on and off site amenities, infrastructure improvements, and community benefits than traditional use permits or other entitlements, and provide cohesive and enforceable details about timing and responsible parties for all aspects of the development once enacted, even after the Certificate of Occupancy is issued.

Come to this informative session to hear from experts on best practices for the preparation and administration of Development Agreements. Learn how to bring Development Agreements to your community to help achieve your community’s goals.

Start the New Year off by completing your AICP CM (Legal) credits! Attend this FREE seminar.

RSVP today by registering via Facebook, or by contacting Steve Gerhardt, via e-mail or text message 310-614-0258.

Seating is limited.


Joseph W. Pannone
City Attorney for Bellflower, Lompoc and Morro Bay
Aleshire & Wynder, LLP

Jing Yeo
Special Projects Manager
City of Santa Monica Planning and Community Development Department

Neill E. Brower
Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell, LLP


Veterans Memorial Building, Veteran’s Park in Culver City
4117 Overland Avenue, at Culver Boulevard
Uruapan Room


January 12, 2015, 10-11:30 am

Getting there:

Access by Culver City Transit (8,12, 3), Metro 733 on Venice Boulevard, and bicycle (from Ballona Creek or Culver Blvd Trails). Ample parking in and around Veteran’s Park

AICP Certification Maintenance:

CM (Legal) Credit 1.5 hours, pending

For more information, contact Steve Gerhardt, AICP, Vice Director for Professional Development, at 310-614-0258 or

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