On June 15, the Land Use Clinic is hosting an Advanced Leadership Conference from 12:00-4:30pm at the Inn at Mountain Quest in Frost, WV. Topics on the agenda include the Open Government Meetings Act (OGMA), dilapidated buildings, comprehensive plans, and floodplain issues. This conference is free and lunch will begin promptly at noon. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Erica Hetzel at 304-293-4633 or email@example.com no later than June 3, 2016 at 5pm with your name, title, organization, mailing and email addresses, and any applicable dietary restrictions.
The Academy was created by the WVU College of Law to educate and empower community leaders in West Virginia on land use issues.
The Mountain State Land Use Academy teaches the principles of land use planning and land use law, along with the process of community involvement.
Graduates of the Mountain State Land Use Academy will be positioned to mentor other community leaders and to provide land use leadership in their communities and across the state.
Learn more about the planning process in West Virginia including: comprehensive plans, ordinances, future land use maps, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and success stories.
Network with others interested in community planning!
Who should attend? Community leaders, citizen planners, planning commissioners, board of zoning appeals members, local government officials, members of environmental groups, developers, and more!