The Vancouver Island North Chapter Committee is excited to bring you a presentation by James Pernu of McElhanney Ltd. on Development Cost Recovery.
About the Speaker
James brings over 23 years of public and private sector experience. As a Senior Planner / Project Manager, he acts for a wide range of clients representing private sector development, First Nations, municipal governments, provincial ministries, energy sector, and non-profit interests. James also acted as Development Manager for a large private sector development firm where he managed design, approvals, budgeting, negotiations involving off-site property rights, and financing. Together, with a foundation in environmental sciences, James understands the land development approval process and public consultation.
About this Event
Please join us by computer or phone on Thursday, August 12 from 11:30 pm – 1:00 pm for an informal “check-in”, presentation and Q & A.
In order to attend the virtual event, please CLICK HERE to RSVP and register. A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent to those registered.
Prior to the presentation, the Zoom link will be active at 11:30 am for anyone who is interested in an informal “check-in” with other local planners in attendance. This is meant to be a way to connect with colleagues and meet new planners in the area through the form of a virtual pre-presentation mingling session.
James Pernu will begin his presentation on development cost recovery at 12:00 pm.
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IN-PERSON EVENT at 5:00 PM at the Old City Station Pub
Please join us later that evening for our first IN-PERSON social event of the year at the Old City Station Pub located at 150 Skinner Street in Nanaimo from 5:00 pm onwards.
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Call for Presenters for December 9 Lunch and Learn
We have one final session available on December 9, 2021, to conclude our Lunch and Learn Webinar Series and are inviting interested presenters to submit a brief proposal on a local topic. We will consider a broad range of topics that relate to planning in your personal or professional life that you would like to share with your colleagues.
Proponents wishing to be considered for this final webinar session are asked to submit a short proposal. We are looking for a 40-minute presentation with time for Q & A at the end for our final lunch hour session. Key information you will need to successfully complete a submission include:
• Name, contact, and short bio (up to 50 words) for presenters
• A title for the proposed presentation
• A short description of the proposed presentation (up to 200 words)
Please submit proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.