Education & Training


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Video by Penn State Extension, University Park, PA


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Lunch & Learn Events

Our FREE Lunch & Learn Events are presented as webinars by the Penn State Extension Service and offer 1.25 AICP CM Credits.

They're held from 12 noon to 1:15 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month in our 2nd-floor training room at 112 Market Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101.


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May 17 - Using Reverse Fiscal Impact Analysis in Pre-Disaster Planning: Fiscal impact analysis is commonly used to determine the impact of land development on a municipal, county or school budget. However, with a few tweaks, it can also be used as part of pre- or post-disaster planning and hazard mitigation planning to determine the impact of property buy-outs on these same budgets, and is thus called a “reverse” fiscal impact analysis. This webinar will provide a practitioner’s guide to performing a reverse fiscal impact analysis and case studies from flood-prone communities. Moderator: Peter Wulfhorst; Speaker: Steve Nelson.
More Lunch & Learn Events coming this fall!

CANCELLATION POLICY FOR PAID SEMINARS:

[NOTE: Lunch & Learn events are free.]

Cancellations must be made at least seven days before a seminar. If a cancellation is made at least seven days before a seminar, a credit will be issued toward a future seminar (good for one year). No refunds or credits are issued for registrants who fail to cancel less than one week prior to a seminar. If TCRPC cancels a seminar, registrants may request either a refund or a credit toward another seminar.


OTHER EDUCATION & TRAINING RESOURCES

Tri-County Regional Market Trends & Land-Use Implications:

This online presentation by Todd J. Poole, managing principal of 4ward Planning, covers the Tri-County Region's current and projected demographic and real estate market trends. It touches on trends in population, households, education, consumer spending, labor and industry, and real estate.


OTHER SOURCES: