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May 19, 2020
In the midst of what some are referring to as the Great Pause, it’s clear not all communities are facing equal hardship. Some are reeling from grave human and economic losses, while others are also dealing with mandated closures that delay much needed work. Existing challenges, such as housing affordability or economic resiliency, may prove to be exacerbated by the multi-faceted punch of the COVID-19 crisis. The need for work in the placemaking fields is greater now than perhaps ever – but the global pandemic may have shone new light on the what, when, how, and even why of that work.
Join us Tuesday, May 19th for the eighth webinar in our series, On the Park Bench. Megan O’Hara, Eric Wobser, Marina Khoury, and Matthew Petty will discuss how their city-building work has evolved, and how they are adapting their practices in response to the sudden change from “business as usual.”
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All live On the Park Bench webinars qualify for one CEU credit from AICP (click here for more on tracking and reporting). Additionally, CNU-A members can earn one CEU credit for all live and recorded On the Park Bench webinars (click here for more information on tracking and reporting).