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Victor Dover, FAICP, LEED-AP, CNU-Accredited, Principal, Dover, Kohl & Partners
Victor Dover cofounded Dover, Kohl & Partners Town Planning in 1987 and serves as Principal-in-charge. Along with his partner Joseph Kohl, Mr. Dover’s practice focuses on the creation and restoration of real neighborhoods as the basis for sound communities. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Tech and a Master of Architecture degree from the Suburb & Town Design Program at the University of Miami.
Mr. Dover lectures widely around the United States and internationally on the topics of livable communities and sustainable development. Mr. Dover was cited by Architecture magazine as being among ‘‘the country’s best urban designers and architects.’’ Work by Dover & Kohl has been published in Southern Living, Urban Land, Metropolitan Home, and featured on HGTV, National Public Radio, CNN’s Earthwatch, and in BusinessWeek magazine. Their projects are also profiled in a number of planning textbooks, including The New Urbanism by Peter Katz, Community by Design by Kenneth Hall, Form-Based Codes by Dan and Karen Parolek, Sustainable Urbanism by Doug Farr, and Retrofitting Suburbia by Ellen Dunham-Jones and June Williamson. With John Massengale, Mr. Dover has authored a new textbook on The Art of Street Design, scheduled for publication by John Wiley & Sons in spring of 2013.
Victor Dover was National Chair of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) from 2010 – 2012 and was the Founding Chair of the CNU Florida Chapter, the first of its kind. He is a CNU-Accredited Professional. He was a key player in the creation of the Form-Based Codes Institute and the National Charrette Institute, both leading think tanks for sustainable urbanism and community-based planning. Victor is a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners, and winner of the John Nolen Medal for Contributions to Urbanism. He served on the core committee setting sustainable urbanism certification standards for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Neighborhood Development rating system (LEED-ND).
Arthur C. Nelson, Ph.D., FAICP
Presidential Professor of City & Metropolitan Planning in the College of Architecture + Planning at the University of Utah, Director of the Metropolitan Research Center, Adjunct Professor of Finance in the David Eccles School of Business, and Director of the Master of Real Estate Development Program
Donald L. Elliott, FAICP, is a Senior Consultant with Clarion Associates of Colorado, LLC, whose practice focuses on land planning and zoning, growth management, and international land and urban development issues. Mr. Elliott is the author of A Better Way to Zone (Island Press 2008), co-author of The Citizen’s Guide to Planning (APA 2009) and the editor of Colorado Land Planning and Development Law. Don has a bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning and Policy Analysis from Yale University, a law degree from Harvard Law School, and a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. He is a past national Chairman of the Planning and Law Division of the American Planning Association and a past president of the Colorado Chapter of the American Planning Association.
Thomas R. Babilon, Esq., Assistant Corporation Counsel, City of Syracuse
William G. Balter, Wilder Balter Partners Inc.
Paul Beyer, Director of Smart Growth, NYS Department of State Division of Local Government
John C. Cappello, Esq., Partner, Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP
Arthur Collins, II, Principal, Collins Enterprises, LLC
David Dixon FAIA, Principal for Planning & Urban Design, Goody Clancy
Kevin Dwarka, Ph.D., Urban Planning Consultant
David Haight, New York State Director, American Farmland Trust
David Kooris, AICP, Director of the Office of Planning and Economic Development, City of Bridgeport
Jeffrey P. LeJava, Esq., Director of Innovation, Land Use Law Center, Pace Law School
Paula Levine, Managing Director, Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital
Ashley Ley, AICP, Senior Planner, AKRF, Inc.
Kermit J. Lind, M.A., J.D., Clinical Professor Emeritus, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University
Franz T. Litz, Executive Director, Pace Energy and Climate Center and Professor of Energy and Climate Change Law, Pace Law School
Mark Lowery, Climate Policy Analyst, Office of Climate Change, NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
Dennis E.A. Lynch, Esq., Partner, Feerick Lynch MacCartney, PLLC
Thomas Madden, AICP, Commissioner, Department of Community Development and Conservation, Town of Greenburgh
Charles W. Malcomb, Esq., Associate, Hodgson Russ LLP
Mary Jennings Mahon, Special Assistant to the County Executive, Office of the Westchester County Executive
Seth McKee, Land Conservation Director, Scenic Hudson, Inc.
Dwight H. Merriam, Esq., Partner, Robinson & Cole LLP
Buck Moorhead, Partner, Building Consensus for Sustainability and Principal, Buck Moorhead Architect
John R. Nolon, Esq., Counsel, Land Use Law Center, Pace Law School
Rosemarie Noonan, Esq., Executive Director, Housing Action Council
Victoria L. Polidoro, Esq., Associate, Rapport Meyers LLP
Lindsay R. Robbins, Project Manager, NYSERDA
Martin E. Robins, Director Emeritus, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center, Rutgers University
George A. Rodenhausen, Esq., Partner, Rapport Meyers LLP
Lawrence C. Salley, AICP, Chairman, African American Men of Westchester Housing Committee
Deborah A. Scalise, Esq., Partner, Scalise & Hamilton, LLP
Richard H. Schaupp, Senior Vice President, Clarion Partners
Steven M. Silverberg, Esq., Partner, Silverberg Zalantis LLP
Sal Torre, Estreich & Company, Inc.
Alex Twining, President & CEO, Twining Properties
Aimee Vargas, Regional Director, Mid-Hudson Regional Office, Empire State Development
Michael Vatter, Esq., EFO, Chief of Department, Newburgh Fire Department & Chairman, Newburgh Community Land Bank
Chuck Voss, AICP, Senior Land Use Planner, Barton & Loguidice, P.C.
Meg Walker, Vice President and Director of Design, Project for Public Spaces, Inc.
Michael Weinstock, Group Vice President, M&T Bank