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Designing Main Street with Durham Public School Students

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Designing Main Street with Durham Public School Students

An important part of a planner’s job is engaging all members of the community in the planning decisions that affect them. However, the ultimate beneficiaries of these decisions, the youth of our community, are often not involved in these discussions. Thus, I was honored by the opportunity to participate in Student U Durham’s annual Career Day for Summer Academy students, rising 6th through rising 10th grade Durham Public School students. Student U Durham is a college access organization for Durham Public School students, committed to the vision that all students are destined to succeed.

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Renaissance to Present at APA North Carolina Conference

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Renaissance to Present at APA North Carolina Conference

Renaissance is pleased to be participating as a speaker at this years APA North Carolina conference.Renaissance is pleased to be presenting at this years APA North Carolina Conference. Alan Steinbeck, AICP and Caroline Dwyer, AICP will be presenting a session on Wednesday September 13th titled “Transforming Distressed Public Housing Through the HUD Choice Neighborhoods Program.”

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