Posts Tagged "AICP"

Jackie Mich

Posted by on Mar 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Jackie’s work in zoning and current planning has involved development review, zoning code amendments, and complete zoning code rewrites. Her work in transportation planning has included visioning and public participation efforts in support of the Sustainable Madison Transportation Master Plan, as well as analyzing impacts related to ongoing WisDOT highway studies.

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Dan Johns

Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Dan Johns, AICP Associate Planner / Economic & Real Estate Market Analyst Dan Johns is an Associate Planner at Vandewalle & Associates. Over the past five years has contributed to a diverse array of economic development and redevelopment planning projects in communities throughout the Milwaukee and Madison metro areas, Door County, Wisconsin, and other midsized cities including Racine, Wisconsin; Muncie, Indiana; and Waterloo, Iowa. Dan is a skilled real estate market analyst with professional expertise in data management and quantitative analysis, pro forma development, tax increment...

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Scott Harrington

Posted by on Aug 27, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Scott Harrington, AICP Principal Planner /  Redevelopment Scott Harrington is a Principal Planner and project manager at Vandewalle & Associates, contributing special expertise in the creation and implementation of urban redevelopment initiatives. Since 1986, Scott has worked on the front lines in a number of cities in the Midwest, South and Western U.S. He is well versed in the complex processes of management, community participation, financing and negotiations required to craft and implement long-range planning and large-scale revitalization efforts. His ease among elected bodies,...

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Mike Slavney

Posted by on Aug 27, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Mike Slavney

Mike Slavney, FAICP Principal Planner Mike Slavney is the director of planning services for Vandewalle & Associates. In this role he coordinates the firm’s activities in providing general planning services to municipalities, state agencies, and organizations. He is a nationally recognized leader in zoning, growth management, development review and negotiation, farmland and open space preservation, intermunicipal planning, participatory techniques, indirect and cumulative impact analysis, and plan implementation. Mr. Slavney was inducted as Wisconsin’s second Fellow of the...

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