Planning 203 is a hands-on course designed to apply skills discussed in Planning 103 for administering and interpreting land-use (zoning and subdivision) regulations. This course features in-class exercises that will provide an opportunity for participants to analyze and interpret a land-use and development code, to formulate answers to typical land-use administration questions, and to review development plans.
This session qualifies for certificate credit in the Academy for Excellence in Local Government Leadership and the Delaware Planning Education Program.
Cost: $55 | Instructors: Ann Marie Townshend, AICP, City Manager, City of Lewes; and Linda Raab, AICP
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The University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration conducts an annual series of municipal clerks training sessions, which enrolls municipal and county staff from throughout the state of Delaware and the surrounding region. Participation in this training over a three-year cycle satisfies the educational requirements for the CMC designation.
The Municipal Clerks Certificate Training Program is a 40-hour program consisting of six Friday sessions in the spring. The 2019 dates are as follows: March 15, 22, and 29; and April 5, 12, and 26. More information on the courses will be available in January 2019.
Sample course topics include:
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