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  • Winter 2008 Newsletter | Pace Law School
    the Land Use Law Center and Pace helped shape my practice and it will certainly continue to do so long into the future I encourage you to stay in touch and I will do the same With my deepest gratitude and appreciation for your partnership and support over the years and into the future Sean Nolon FEATURED ARTICLE WIND POWER REGULATION AND LITIGATION TRENDS EXPLORED Written for Publication in the New York Law Journal February 20 2007 John R Nolon and Jessica Bacher In recent years high costs and environmental concerns have expanded opportunities to explore alternative sources of energy including wind energy In response to the growth of wind energy facilities many municipalities have drafted legislation to regulate them The following article examines a variety of wind energy statutes recently adopted in New York To view the article please click here NEW YORK CASE LAW UPDATE The Case Law Update highlights relevant State and Federal judicial decisions and provides access to the full text of the New York State court decisions in the field of land use law To read the Winter 2008 Case Law Update click here RESOURCES GAINING GROUND INFORMATION DATABASE WIND ENERGY There are a variety of ways to search resources on wind energy through the Gaining Ground Information Database One method is to simply type wind energy into the Search Resources box You may also use the Advanced Search option located in the menu on the right hand side of the webpage After selecting this option enter the words wind energy into the description field on the top half of the page If you wish to narrow the search to laws or to resources from a particular jurisdiction use the limits located on the bottom half of the page For example limit the search by selecting laws from the resource type options on the bottom half of the advanced search page municipality from the jurisdiction and New York from the state options Scroll through the results and find a law on wind energy in New York To perform a search on wind energy or another topic of interest click here The Gaining Ground Information Database www landuse law pace edu is an on line database that contains information about the methods used by governments to control the use of land in the public interest It includes federal state and local laws and regulations commentaries research papers and a variety of research aids NEW PUBLICATION Losing Ground A Nation on Edge Edited by Professors John R Nolon and Daniel B Rodriguez Losing Ground A Nation on Edge calls attention to the emerging issues involved in building on the edge of vulnerable places explores why we do this and proposes ways to mitigate its impact This volume contains creative thinking and informative analysis about new approaches to ecosystem management and environmental regulation that localities and states can implement to protect the environment society and property rights This book proudly joins ELI s Ground Suite the critically acclaimed

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  • Spring 2008 Newsletter | Pace Law School
    the development of the Real Estate and Land Use Law Society RELULS a student organization that will serve as a method of increasing awareness about land use and real estate issues and foster discussion about these issues and lead to active student participation in local land use and real estate programs We would like to reach out to members of our Land Use Law Center family to ask for your support and participation in facilitating the success of this wonderful student organization If you would be interested in leading a career panel or speaking to the student members about a particular issue or experience please contact Jessica Bacher at jbacher law pace edu FEATURED ARTICLE VESTED RIGHTS RELATING TO LAND DEVELOPMENT DO APPLICANTS NEED MORE PROTECTION Written for Publication in the New York Law Journal April 16 2007 John R Nolon and Jessica A Bacher Currently there is a vested rights bill circulating in the New York State Assembly which would create more protection for property owners and affect the municipality s ability to amend certain zoning requirements The following article discusses the proposed legislation as well as the current vested rights law the purpose of the current law and the limitations and concerns regarding the current law To view the article please click here NEW YORK CASE LAW UPDATE The Case Law Update highlights relevant State and Federal judicial decisions and provides access to the full text of the New York State court decisions in the field of land use law To read the Spring 2008 Case Law Update click here RESOURCES GAINING GROUND INFORMATION DATABASE WIND ENERGY There are a variety of ways to search resources on wind energy through the Gaining Ground Information Database One method is to simply type wind energy into the Search Resources box You may also use the Advanced Search option located in the menu on the right hand side of the webpage After selecting this option enter the words wind energy into the description field on the top half of the page If you wish to narrow the search to laws or to resources from a particular jurisdiction use the limits located on the bottom half of the page For example limit the search by selecting laws from the resource type options on the bottom half of the advanced search page municipality from the jurisdiction and New York from the state options Scroll through the results and find a law on wind energy in New York To perform a search on wind energy or another topic of interest click here The Gaining Ground Information Database www landuse law pace edu is an on line database that contains information about the methods used by governments to control the use of land in the public interest It includes federal state and local laws and regulations commentaries research papers and a variety of research aids Losing Ground A Nation on Edge Edited by Professors John R Nolon and Daniel B Rodriguez Losing Ground A Nation

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  • Fall 2007 Newsletter | Pace Law School
    York Zoning Law and Practice Report GROUNDBREAKER AWARD Congratulations to Supervisor of Fishkill Joan Pagones for being selected as this year s recipient of the Groundbreaker Award This year we are pleased to give our Groundbreaker Award for distinguished leadership in the field of sustainable development to Supervisor Joan Pagones of the Town of Fishkill Supervisor Pagones creative leadership and innovative planning lead to the Town adopting and implementing truly effective laws and policies that make the development of affordable housing possible She addressed a worsening crisis in our region where increasing numbers of citizens can no longer afford to live where they work or reside in the communities they have served prior to retirement or where they were raised Supervisor Pagones has demonstrated how local governments can reduce the barriers to affordable housing and create truly sustainable communities places that serve the cause of equity as well as economic development and environmental protection To learn more about Supervisor Pagones achievements click here FEATURED RESOURCES Gaining Ground Information Database Sustainable Development There are a variety of ways to search resources on smart growth through the Gaining Ground Database One method is to simply type sustainable development into the Search Resources box Use the Advanced Search option located on the menu on the right hand side of the webpage After selecting this option enter the words sustainable development into the description field on the top half of the page if you wish to narrow the search to commentaries or to resources from a particular jurisdiction use the limits located on the bottom half of the page For example limit the search by selecting commentary from the resource type options on the bottom half of the advanced search page state from the jurisdiction and New York from the state options Scroll through the results and find a commentary on sustainable development in New York To perform a search on sustainable development or another topic of interest click here The Gaining Ground Information Database www landuse law pace edu is an on line database that contains information about the methods used by governments to control the use of land in the public interest It includes federal state and local laws and regulations commentaries research papers and a variety of research aids NEW YORK CASE LAW UPDATE The Case Law Update highlights relevant State and Federal judicial decisions and provides access to full text of the New York State court decisions in the field of land use law To read the Fall 2007 Case Law Update click here ITEMS OF INTEREST New Publication Losing Ground A Nation on Edge Edited by Professors John R Nolon and Daniel B Rodriguez Losing Ground A Nation on Edge calls attention to the emerging issues involved in building on the edge of vulnerable places explores why we do this and proposes ways to mitigate its impact This volume contains creative thinking and informative analysis about new approaches to ecosystem management and environmental regulation that localities and states can

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  • Conference Sponsors - 2014 | Pace Law School
    Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search You are here Home Conference Sponsors 2014 Breaking Ground Sponsors Well Grounded Sponsors Gaining Ground Sponsors Breakfast Sponsor Lunch Sponsor New Ground Sponsors Reception Sponsors Morning Break Sponsor Afternoon Break Sponsor Click here for sponsorship opportunities Apply to Pace Law Alumni Connections Support Pace Law A Z Index Apply Now

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  • Conference Speakers 2014 | Pace Law School
    includes parks playgrounds beaches marinas recreation centers wilderness areas and other assets Prior to returning to his native New York City as Parks Commissioner he served as the Chief Planning Development Officer and Planning Director for Raleigh NC His career has included roles as a policy and planning director for New York City s Department of Planning a principal of a New York City based planning firm a town manager in New Jersey and deputy planning director in Washington DC Panelists Nina Arron Director of Planning and Sustainability Department of Development City of New Rochelle Christina Becker Birck Senior Consultant Meister Consultants Group Inc Paul Beyer Esq Director of Smart Growth NYS Department of State Office of Planning and Developmentt Ben Berkowitz CEO Founder SeeClickFix Michael S Blau Village Administrator Village of Tarrytown Lisa Bova Hiatt General Counsel Governor s Office of Storm Recovery Kevin Dwarka J D Ph D Managing Principal Kevin Dwarka Land Use Economic Consulting Christopher B Fisher Esq Partner Cuddy Feder LLP Mark Frater MBA BIE President LeanFirm Inc Michael B Gerrard Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice and Director Sabin Center for Climate Change Law Columbia Law School Charles J Gottlieb Esq Associate Cuddy Feder LLP Larry Gould Principal Nelson Nygaard Consulting Associates Mark Headd Developer Evangelist Accela Inc Melissa Kaplan Macey AICP PP Principal Collaborative Planning Studio Mary Beth Kass Chair Bedford Energy Advisory Panel BEAP Town of Bedford Amanda Kennedy Connecticut Director Regional Plan Association Justin Lapatine Partner Public Affairs Global Strategy Group Doug Leeper Consultant Code Enforcement Solutions Adam Lubinsky PhD AICP Managing Principal W X Y architecture urban design Thomas Madden AICP Director of Economic Development City of Stamford CT Jennifer T Manierre CEM LEED AP ND Project Manager Energy Efficiency Services NYSERDA Gina Martini AICP ENV SP Senior Project Manager

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  • Awards 2014 | Pace Law School
    his passion for public service to Albany when elected to represent the 103rd District in the New York State Assembly Governor Andrew Cuomo appointed him to serve on the Governor s Mandate Relief Redesign Team Marc has been leader on Open Space Protection and Farmland Preservation an advocate to preserve the Hudson River Valley Greenway and a supporter of the Greenway Compact As Dutchess County Executive he has been committed to core leadership principles of Focus Inclusion Logic and Fairness to best meet the needs of county residents Marc has been active in numerous community and civic organizations In 2010 he was honored with the VV Anderson Award for Community Service by the Anderson Center for Autism In 2012 the readers of Hudson Valley Magazine voted Molinaro Best Politician in the Hudson Valley region In 2013 he was appointed to the Greenway Heritage Conservancy for the Hudson River Valley by the New York State Senate Through the County Executive Molinaro s dedication to public service and his efforts in communication and collaboration between regional partners and stakeholders on numerous land use issues Mr Molinaro has been able to enhance the economic and environmental sustainability of the Dutchess County region FOUNDERS AWARD John J Saccardi VHB Inc The Theodore W Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes was launched in April 2008 to train lawyers and local leaders in environmental and land use dispute resolution Located at the Land Use Law Center on the Pace Law School campus in White Plains New York the Kheel Center aims to promote the use of non traditional forums to resolve environmental and land disputes To further this mission the Kheel Center bestows an annual Founder s Award upon an individual or municipality that has worked collaboratively with a community and reinvented democracy to make change happen The Kheel Center and Land Use Law Center are pleased to honor John Saccardi with the 2014 Founder s Award to recognize his work in furthering sustainable planning and development in the region During his illustrious practice John exemplified the type of collaboration and spirit that the Kheel Center celebrates Both Centers were proud to have worked with John who assisted numerous times in training programs executive roundtable discussions and conferences volunteering his extensive planning and land use expertise John spent his entire 46 year planning career based in Westchester providing services primarily to communities and developers throughout the Hudson Valley and on Long Island The signature features of his work can be summarized in two words balance and achievement Caring both about the quality of a development s design as well as its development potential John sought to guide projects in a manner that made them feasible economically while minimizing possible negative impacts on their surroundings Thus he was respected and sought after both by communities for assistance in planning for their futures and by property owners seeking to craft feasible and approvable plans Succeeding at both is a testament to John s ability to

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  • Conference Material 2014 | Pace Law School
    charge at http get adobe com reader 8 30AM 10 00AM Session 1 Material Planning Ethics in a Changing Environment for Professional Planners PowerPoint Presentation Session 2 Material Hot Topics in Land Use Transitioning Communities for Local Land Use Board Members and Attorneys PowerPoint Presentation 10 10AM 10 40AM Plenary Session F Kaid Benfield Special Counsel for Urban Solutions Natural Resources Defense Council People Habitat Eight Ways to Think about Greener Healthier Communities View Mr Benfield s PowerPoint Presentation 11 00AM 12 15PM Session 1 Material Unlocking the Value of Hudson Valley Main Streets PowerPoint Presentations Dwarka and Kaplan Macey Session 2 Material The New York Sun Initiative Part 1 and Part 2 PowerPoint Presentations Becker Birck Morley and Wiegman Session 3 Material Technology and Data for Transitioning Communities PowerPoint Presentations Berkowitz Frater and Leeper 12 15PM 2 00PM Keynote Address Mitchell J Silver FAICP Commissioner New York City Department of Parks and Recreation The Future of Parks and Public Space 2 00PM 3 15PM Session 1 Material You Can Get There From Here The Importance of TOD and Overcoming Barriers to Its Implementation PowerPoint Presentation Session 2 Material Legal Neighborhoods and the Public Laws that Deefine Them Handout Session

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  • News & Announcements | Pace Law School
    The Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes is pleased to welcome Meg Byerly as the 2010 2011 Graduate Fellow and Sam Capasso as the first Kheel LL M Research Scholar The Center would also like to welcome to Lily Jacqueline Zezula as the newest member of the Kheel Center family Lily Jacqueline made her appearance at 5 19 pm on March 26 2010 weighing 9 pounds 4 ounces and measuring 21 inches She is the daughter of Tiffany Zezula Senior Managing Attorney for the Kheel Center New Training Program Kheel Center Announces Sea Level Rise Training Program Pace s Kheel Center and Land Use Law Center have been awarded a grant from the National Sea Grant Law Center to conduct a sea level rise training program in the Hudson Valley The program will be the first of its kind in the region The selected communities will represent municipalities that are under increasing pressures from sea level rise and storm hazards that threaten community character sustainable coastal development and coastal ecosystems The program will involve and educate the land use board members from Planning Zoning and Conservation Commissions as well as other key community leaders representing local landowners developers Sea Grant extension agents fishermen coastal managers chamber of commerce leaders business leaders and civic and environmental group representatives The curriculum for the program will emphasize the relationship between these coastal communities the health and well being of the Hudson River and non point source activities technical assistance on land use law innovative approaches to sea level rise adaptation economic development hazard mitigation and natural resource protection to strengthen community planning regulation and informed decision making Best management practices to maintain water quality and low impact development techniques will also be highlighted Click here for program details Kheel Center Works with Masters Students at Yale to Develop Climate Change Tools Working with masters students at Yale University s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies the Kheel Center is compiling information on cutting edge tools and techniques used by state and local governments to manage climate change As part of the Land Use Planning Practice course taught by Professor John R Nolon Director of the Kheel Center the students research projects cover nearly two dozen topics including adaptation to sea level rise building communities that are resilient to natural disasters enhanced transit oriented development zoning energy efficient buildings developing sustainable buildings on sustainable sites and green infrastructure New resource Click here for a List of Helpful Links to EDR Related Organizations Publications and Mediators More to come Kheel Center Attorney Featured on ACResolution Teleconference Tiffany Zezula Senior Managing Attorney for the Kheel Center presented for the ACResolution Teleconference on Climate Change on January 14 2010 to discuss her article and the work of the Kheel Center The teleconference focused on themes from the publication s recent issue in which Tiffany co authored a piece with the Kheel Center s Jessica A Bacher entitled Managing Climate Change Through Land Use Creating

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