2.0 AICP CMs approved
Please join us in Kyle City Hall on Tuesday, January 29th from 6:00 – 8:00 as the City of Kyle, Texas kicks off its 2019 Fifth Tuesday Speaker Series. These seminar speakers will focus on providing training and discussion about planning and comprehensive land use issues in central Texas.
Our first speaker will be Ann Cooke Bagley, FAICP, a professional planner with over 35 years of experience working with small to medium size cities on long range plans, area plans, zoning ordinances, subdivision regulations, and park plans. Ann holds a BA in City and Regional Planning and MA in Geography, City and Regional Planning Option from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette. She is the Planning Official Development Officer for the Texas APA and coordinator of the Short Course for Elected and Appointed Officials.
Ann will speak about planning situations and challenges where the ethical choice is not obvious. These are situations where understanding the AICP Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, along with state and local ethics requirements can be the deciding influence. She will facilitate break out groups to guide discussions of the 2018-19 Case of the Year’s “real life scenarios”, where attendees will explore potential dilemmas and how the aspirational principles and rules of conduct help them make the right decisions.
This inaugural talk has been forwarded to the American Planning Association, and we’re pleased to offer 2.0 AICP CMs for AICP-accredited planners in attendance, including 1.5 hours of ‘Ethics’ credit.
This event is free for attendees. Doors open at 6:00, and the program will begin promptly at 6:30 in Kyle’s City Council Chambers, conveniently located at Exit 213 on I-35, at 100 West Center Street, Kyle Texas 78640. Ample on- and off-street parking is available for free all around Kyle’s downtown.