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Breaking the Complaint Cycle: Municipal Planning and Resident Engagement

June 20, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am

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We invite you to participate in a free panel discussion for municipal staff, elected officials, and community organizations. Sponsored by Greater Carlisle Heart & Soul Project, Cumberland County Historical Society and the Cumberland Conservation Collaborative, this discussion is designed to provide information and examples of engagement that breaks the complaint cycle and positively connects community members and organizations to the municipal planning process. Panelists will share lessons learned and strategies to benefit your community and make the planning process more efficient. Following the panelist’s discussion our moderator will lead a period of audience dialogue to share experiences and ideas.

Panelist participating

Moderator: Keith Chase, Gannett and Fleming

Rick Vilello, Deputy Secretary for Community Affairs and Development at the Pennsylvania Dept. of Community and Economic Development

Laurie Zierer, Pennsylvania Humanities Council Executive Director

Pamela Still, Greater Carlisle Heart & Soul Project Leadership Team

Troy Truax, Senior Associate at Michael Baker International

Kirk Stoner, Director of Planning, Cumberland County


Free parking is available behind the Historical Society. There is also paid parking on West Pomfret Street or metered on-street parking.


This event is free. We will provide light refreshments.


June 20, 2018
8:00 am - 10:00 am


Todd Hall
21 N. Pitt St.
Carlisle, PA 17013 United States
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