HB 55 Planning & Zoning, July 26 in Lexington
HB 55 Planning & Zoning
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (CST)
Leestown BCTC Campus
164 Opportunity Way
Lexington, KY 40511
The Kentucky League of Cities is offering one of our most requested and highest-rated community planning seminars. "Planning & Zoning to Meet HB 55 Requirements" educates zoning administrators, planning commissioners, board of appeals members and legislative bodies on the intricacies of the proper way to conduct zoning procedures in your community. This session will include:
- The Vote is In - Adopting Planning & Zoning Helps You Get Re-elected! - 1 hour
- User-Friendly Planning & Zoning – Streamlining the Process -1 hour
- Polishing the Silver: Planning Education in Kentucky - 1 hour
- Sign Regulation following Reed v. Gilbert – 1 hour
- Ethics – 1 hour
- Conducting Effective Meetings - 1. 5 hour
- The Importance of Floodplain Mapping for Planning & Zoning – 1.5 hour
Total Hours: 8 Hours Training
Presenters: David Pike, Attorney and Managing Owner, Pike Legal Group, PLLC
Shawn Moore, Executive Director, CZI, CFM, Mercer County Joint Planning Commission
Who should attend? Planning and zoning administrators and staff, commissioners, local elected officials, board of adjustment members, city attorneys, city planners, city administrators and city legislative body members.
Credit: 8 hours of HB 55 credit, City Officials Training Center credit and/or Training Incentive Program (House Bill 119) credit. The event has been submitted for 6 hours of CLE credit through the Kentucky Bar Association.
Registration: $69 KLC members/ $99 nonmembers
KLC Cancellation Policy
Full refunds will be issued on cancellations made three days prior to the KLC training event in writing by email or fax. To keep training costs affordable to all of our members, no refunds can be given after this deadline because of meal and material considerations. Credit card payments will be refunded to the card that made the charge for cancellations made within the time frame. Attendees may also choose to send another representative from his or her city to use the registration.