Membership Chairman: Alan L. Weiner, AICP
Current CCAPA Membership
As of June 1, 2015, CCAPA had a total enrollment of 381 members, categorized as follows: AICP – 186 members; FAICP – 5 members; APA – 133 members; students – 30 members; officials – 24 members; Chapter-only – 3 members.
APA Membership Directory
The APA website has a searchable membership directory, available to APA members only. In order to log into the directory, you must have your APA membership identification number available (it’s the six-digit number on your Planning magazine mailing label). To search for CCAPA members, be sure to select “Connecticut” in the Chapter option menu. To access APA’s membership directory, click on the “Directory” button located on the left side of this page.
Welcome to Our Newest Members!
The following are the newest members of CCAPA (March 1, 2015 – May 31, 2015):
|Added in March
|Michael Cherry, Gales Ferry|
|Kristen Haseney, East Hartford|
|Jonathan Reiner, Groton|
|Added in April|
|Erica Bufkins, Southold NY|
|Gary O’Connor, Hartford|
|Joanna Rogalski, Watertown|
|Added in May|
|Timothy Baird, Cheshire|
|Rebecca Parkin, Redding|
|Marisa Rodriguez-McGill, New Haven|
|Robert Seale, Greenwich|
Members in the News
Linda Farmer, AICP, reports that, after more than 28 years with the Town of Tolland, she will be retiring as its Director of Planning & Community Development on June 30th. Linda plans on moving to Cataumet (near Falmouth) on Cape Cod and using her retirement time to “explore all sorts of other activities.”
Also retiring on June 30th is Steve Kushner, AICP, who has served as the Director of Planning & Community Development for the Town of Avon for 26 years. Click here (and flip to Page 17) to read the Valley Press‘s recent article about Steve’s upcoming retirement and his long career in Avon and elsewhere.
Hiram Peck, AICP, Director of Community Planning & Development for the Town of Simsbury, is a co-recipient of this year’s CT Main Street Center Founder’s Award. Established in 2001 by CMSC (and presented by Eversource, formerly known as Connecticut Light & Power), the award recognizes organizations and individuals who dedicate themselves to promoting an awareness of the necessity of a comprehensive management approach to the revitalization of Connecticut’s Main Streets.
Among his accomplishments, Hiram worked with Simsbury Main Street Partnership to coordinate an extensive consensus-building process involving a community design charrette and the adoption of a form-based code for Simsbury Town Center. Click here to read more about Hiram and the Founder’s Award.
Share the big news about your latest career move with your fellow CCAPA members! Contact Alan Weiner at email@example.com with the particulars (including new job title/address/phone and fax numbers/e-mail address) and we’ll post it here in Membership News for everyone to read about!