Membership Overview

Membership Chairman: Alan L. Weiner, AICP

Current CCAPA Membership
As of July 1, 2015, CCAPA had a total enrollment of 383 members, categorized as follows: AICP – 187 members; FAICP – 5 members; APA – 133 members; students – 31 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 (April 1, 2015 – June 30, 2015):

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
Added in June
Jessica Demar, Westbrook
Jonathan Diaz, Hartford

 

Members in the News
Dennis Goderre, AICP, is now Senior Project Manager in the Meriden office of TransSystems, a multi-disciplinary consulting, engineering and design firm specializing in transportation infrastructure. He previously served as the Director of Planning and Development for the Town of Waterford. Dennis can now be reached at 530 Preston Ave., Suite 100, Meriden 06450. Phone: (860) 274-7544. Email: dggoderre@transystems.com.

Harry Smith, AICP, is now the Town Planner for the Town of Branford, replacing Jose Giner, who left to become the Director of Planning & Economic Development for the Town of Bloomfield. Harry formerly worked for the City of New London as its City Planner for 11 years and, prior to that, as the Town Planner for the Town of Colchester. His new address is: Town Hall, 1019 Main St., Branford 06405. Phone: (203) 488-1255. Email: hsmith@branford-ct.gov.

It is with great sadness that we report the untimely death of Linda Walden, AICP, who served for many years as the Director of Planning and Development for the Town of Killingly. Additional information about her professional life and her passing can be found here and here.

Changing Jobs?

Share the big news about your latest career move with your fellow CCAPA members! Contact Alan Weiner at membership@ccapa.org 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!

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