January 2018 Luncheon

Bike Pilot Initiatives To Policy

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
11:30 Networking and Social
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Panel and Presentation
Kemp Auditorium, Washington University Givens Hall

Process of bike pilot to policy for City of St. Louis.

Moderated by:  Matthew Bernstine, Senior Urban Designer + Project Manager, Washington University in St. Louis


Cindy Mense, Director of Programs, Trailnet
Cara Spencer, Alderman of the 20th Ward, City of St. Louis
Wendy Campbell, St. Louis Activist
Jacque Lumsden, Transportation Planner/Marketing Coordinator, CBB Transportation Engineers + Planners


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Happy Hour - APA Saint Louis University

Join your fellow planners, Saint Louis University Urban Planning Association and Alumni at Parlor in The Grove on Wednesday, January 10th, 2018, from 5:30-8:00.  

Arcade, games, and fun. Appetizers will be provided by the Section. Drinks may be purchased at the bar. 

This free event is hosted by the St. Louis Metro Section of APA, but is open to anyone interested in urban planning. 

Contact: Jonathan Roper, jroper@olivettemo.com. 

November 2017 Luncheon

What is the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program and how can it be utilized in community planning?

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

City Planners are often the first point of contact with a business making upgrades or planning new construction.  Learn how the PACE financing tool can impact businesses making energy efficiency improvements or in new construction in your community.  How does it promote economic development and what role do you and the City play in this process?

Moderated by:  Libbey Tucker, Assistant City Administrator, City of Chesterfield. 

The Panelists: 

Jan Schumacher, Program Manager, Show Me PACE
Anne Hill, President, RAHill Capital
Kevin Thompson, Chief Financial Officer, Cambridge Engineering, Inc.


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September 2017 Luncheon

Keeping Yourself and Your Employer Out of Hot Water
Joint APA/APWA Event

Wednesday, September 20, 2016
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

When working in the public sector, being aware of ethical and legal issues can mean the difference between managing a small problem and a public relations nightmare.  This presentation will highlight key ethical and legal issues that can save you from a career ending mistake.  Discussion will include not only following the letter of the law but avoiding the appearance of impropriety. 

The speaker: 

Nathan Nickolaus is a principal with the law firm of Cunningham, Vogel and Rost which concentrates on representing cities.  He is the former city attorney for Jefferson City as well as the former City Administrator there.  Most recently he served as General Counsel for the Missouri Department of Economic Development. He has a Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri and a Masters of Public Administration from Indiana State University.  He is a recipient of the Lou Czech Award presented by the Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association. He is the author of The Sunshine Law (2ndedition), the most complete handbook on Missouri’s sunshine law available. 


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