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APA-WI Newsletter Archive
View and download past newsletters from APA-WI below.
- Spring-Summer 2021: After Five years, All Set...Except for the Students | pdf
- Fall-Winter 2020: What do Milwaukee Residents think of their Streets? Lessons from a Citywide Survey | pdf
- Summer-Fall 2020: Upper Midwest Conference 2020; The Child Care Crisis in Wisconsin is a Planning Issue | pdf
- Spring-Summer 2020: Chapter Award Two Decades Later--Onalaska; Survey results: Adapting to Social Distancing in Local Government | pdf
- Winter-Spring 2020: Short-Term Rentals in Wisconsin; Case Studies in New Ruralism | pdf
- Fall-Winter 2019: APA-WI Awardees: Ashland's Comprehensive Plan 14 years later; What YouTube Can Teach Us About Urban Design | link
- Summer-Fall 2019: Upper Midwest Conference Info--Registration closes Sept 27; Housing Affordability Reports | link
- Spring-Summer 2019: APA-WI Awardees: Stoughton Road in Madison | pdf
- Winter-Spring 2019: Resurrecting Ghost Boxes; New Series--APA-WI Awardees Looking Back | pdf
- Fall-Winter 2018: Healthy Communities Designation; Revel Sims' Plenary | pdf
- Summer-Fall 2018: Placemaking in Wisconsin | pdf
- Spring-Summer 2018: Equity; HUD-supported households in Wisconsin | pdf
- Winter-Spring 2018: HealthTide recognition program; Westlawn Gardens awarded; New funding for small communities from WEDA | pdf
- Fall-Winter 2017: Brownfield Redevelopment | pdf
- Summer-Fall 2017: When Cars Take a Back Seat; 2017 Awards | pdf
- Spring-Summer 2017: Lead Pipes in Wisconsin | pdf
- Winter-Spring 2017: Waukesha County Fair Housing Lawsuit | pdf
- Fall-Winter 2016: Social Justice and Walking | pdf
- Summer-Fall 2016: Union of Concerned Scientists’ Guide to Planning for Climate Resilience | pdf
- Spring-Summer 2016: Plan4Health Grants; 2016 Member Survey | pdf
- Winter-Spring 2016: Planning for the Retirement Boom | pdf
- Fall 2015: Legislative Activity in Wisconsin; 2015 Awards | pdf
- Summer 2015: Tools for Environmental Justice and Equity Planning | pdf
- Spring 2015: Wetland Loss in Wisconsin; In Memoriam | pdf
- Winter 2015: MKE Mobile City Services App; Online Public Engagement Apps | pdf
- Fall 2014: Chapter Diversity Initiative; Statewide Transportation Amendment | pdf
- Summer 2014: Communicating the Benefits of Comprehensive Planning; 2014 Awards | pdf
- Spring 2014: Brownfields - 20 Years After Wisconsin’s Land Recycling Law | pdf
- Winter 2014: Creative Economy Development Initiative | pdf
- Fall 2013: Eau Claire Comprehensive Plan Health Chapter | pdf
- Summer 2013: Public Health; Leaky Pipes | pdf
- Spring 2013: Public Participation in the 21st Century | pdf
- Winter 2013: Milwaukee's Home Gr/Own Program | pdf
- Fall 2012: Farmland Preservation; 2012 Awards | pdf
- Summer 2012: 2013 Legislative Agenda | pdf
- Spring 2012: Case Law Updates | pdf
- Winter 2012: Climate Change in Wisconsin | pdf
- Fall 2011: Madison's Downtown Plan | pdf
- Summer 2011: Fracking and Wisconsin | pdf
- Spring 2011: Wetlands and Zoning; Highway Diets | pdf
- Winter 2011: Creative Clusters | pdf
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