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Preserving Los Angeles: A Conversation with Ken Bernstein – June 26th

The Southern California Planning Congressinvites you to the following on-line event. Preserving Los Angeles:A Conversation with Ken Bernstein Saturday, June 26, 2021 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM via Zoom Under planner Ken Bernstein’s leadership, the City of Los Angeles has developed one of the most successful historic preservation programs in the nation. In his new […]

We the People: How to Make More Voices Heard – on 2/6

The Southern California Planning Congressinvites you to the following on-line event. We the People:How to Make More Voices Heard A Community Discussion on Increasing Public Participationin Planning in 2021 and Beyond Saturday, February 6, 2021 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon via Zoom Democracy is an ideology that drives a form of government whose power is […]

Thanks to Steve Preston, and We Wish Him a Happy Retirement!

This event has passed. We thank Steve for a great event, and wish him a Happy Retirement!     What Is an Irving Planter, and Does it Require Frequent Watering?   This, and Other Questions You Never Thought to Ask     An Evening with Steve Preston     Tuesday, January 16, 2018 – Meet […]

Save the Dates for these Exciting Upcoming Events!

  SCPC asks that you save the dates for these upcoming events.  See you there!     September 14, 2016 An Evening with Professor Denise Lawrence-Zuniga, PhD Department of Architecture, Cal Poly Pomona Suburbia, embraced and problematic, has aged and revealed characteristics worth saving. In her new book, Protecting Suburban America, Professor Lawrence-Zuniga, with her […]

Thanks to Robert “Bud” Ovrom for Convention Re-Invention!

  The Southern California Planning Congress would like to thank Robert “Bud” Ovrom for an informative and entertaining event!   Convention Re-Invention!   How will LA Create a Convention Center Superstar?       Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Meet and Greet at 6:30 p.m., Dinner at 7:00 p.m. Taix French Restaurant: 1911 West Sunset Boulevard, […]

Thanks to Elizabeth Carvajal for “UNION STATION MASTER PLAN UPDATE” on 1/14/15!

  Thanks to Elizabeth Carvajal for this great event!   UNION STATION MASTER PLAN UPDATE   The Historic Terminal isPropelled into the Future         Wednesday, January 14, 2015Meet and Greet at 6:30 p.m., Dinner at 7:00 p.m. Taix French Restaurant: 1911 West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026 Download the Event Flyer […]

SCPC invites friends and colleagues – Annual Holiday Mixer on 12/8!

Join the Southern California Planning Congress for the ANNUAL HOLIDAY MIXER   Sunday, December 8th, 2:00 pm       The SCPC invites friends and colleagues to our annual holiday mixer by touring one of Old Pasadena’s most historic residential buildings, Castle Green, and holiday cheer at The Otis Bar, La Grande Orange Cafe, a […]

A Big Thank You to Tony Perez for “The State of the Art – Form Based Codes” event

  SCPC would like to give a big thank you to Tony Perez, for an entertaining and informative presentation and discussion.        The State of the Art – Form Based Codes   Do They Work? How Do We Adopt Them?   Wednesday, May 29, 2013Meet and Greet at 6:30 p.m., Dinner at 7:00 […]

Castle Green Tour & Annual Mixer Summary – December 2012

Southern California Planning CongressEvent Summary – December 2012 ANNUAL HOLIDAY MIXER     The Southern California Planning Congress attended the holiday tour entitled “Dickens in the Castle” at Old Pasadena’s most dazzling Victorian, Castle Green. Holiday cheer followed nearby at The Otis Bar at La Grande Orange Café in the historic Santa Fe Depot. The […]

SCPC Event Summary – “A 20-Year Blueprint For Universal City Hollywood”

Southern California Planning CongressEvent Summary – October 2012 A 20-Year Blueprint For Universal City Hollywood     The Southern California Planning Congress met at Taix French Restaurant to hear about The Evolution Plan No Residential Alternative from the NBCUniversal project team. The following speakers were part of the program:   Corinne Verdery, Chief Real Estate […]

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