Plan Hillsborough shares planning for the future with the public and students of all ages

In recent weeks, Plan Hillsborough staff has been busy sharing the importance of planning for the future. Enjoy some snapshots of the highlights:

  • Visits to various Hillsborough County public elementary schools on November 16 for the Great American Teach-In
  • On November 17, Michele Ogilvie and Brandon Berry joined Lena Young Green and the Department of Health’s Dr. Ayesha Johnson for a panel on integrating health and transportation at the 2017 Community Indicators Consortium Community Impact Summit
  • A presentation by MPO Executive Director Beth Alden at State Representative Sean Shaw’s November 29 well-attended Minority Transportation Forum
  • A presentation of the 2017 Great Places in Florida People’s Choice Award to Downtown Pensacola by Brandon Henry,┬áChair of the American Planning Association’s Florida Young Planners Group on behalf of APA Florida on November 30
  • Several staff took a hands-on approach teaching a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning class about the consistency review process on December 1 at the University of South Florida

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