On March 11, the Maryland Planning Directors held a meeting “Preserving our Resources in Town, Out of Town and Beyond” and have recently posted the agenda and informational documents on Maryland Department of Planning’s website. The Maryland Planning Directors meet regularly to share ideas on smart and sustainable growth.
From MDP’s website:
The Maryland Planning Directors Roundtable brings together the planning leadership from across the State. The Roundtable allows counties and municipalities, rural and urban jurisdictions alike, to talk about the challenges relating to sustainable growth and to share experiences and ideas and planning best practices. The Maryland Planning Directors Roundtable is open to all planning officials in Maryland’s 23 counties and 157 municipalities. Meetings are held every three months.
Information from the Spring 2014 Roundtable Meeting:
- Maryland Environmental Trust’s Presentation
- Chesapeake Large Landscape Conservation Partnership Presentation
- NeighborSpace of Baltimore County Presentation
- Maryland Historical Trust Information on Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Grant Assistance & African American Heritage Preservation
For more information, visit the Maryland Planning Directors’ Roundtable webpage.