The MPCA 38th Annual Conference Session and Presentation Recordings Now Available

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The Maryland Planning Commissioners Association (MPCA) would once again like to thank everyone including panelists, sponsors, guest speakers, and attendees, who helped make the 38th annual conference a huge success! Over three days in late October, the MPCA and its partners delivered timely and informative content for citizen and professionals alike and celebrated the important work of Maryland’s Planning Commissions and Boards of Zoning Appeals.

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The MPCA Recognizes the Great Work of Maryland’s Citizen Planners 

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At its 38th Annual Conference, hosted October 25 – 27, the Maryland Planning Commissioners Association (MPCA) was honored to recognize the impact of the following citizen planners. Please join the MPCA in celebrating engaged citizens and board members that contribute so much to Maryland’s communities.

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The Maryland Planning Commissioners Association Thanks Everyone Who Made the 38th Annual Conference a Success! 

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A Message from MPCA President Danny Winborne: 

Over the course of three days (Oct 25 – 27), the Maryland Planning Commissioners (MPCA) and its partners conducted nine educational sessions, an annual meeting, and a recognition ceremony celebrating the vital work of Maryland’s citizen planners.  

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Registration Available for 38th Annual MPCA Conference (Virtual)

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Earlier this month, we informed you that the Maryland Planning Commissioners Association (MPCA) has decided to move its 38th annual fall conference to a virtual format.

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The 38th Annual MPCA Conference is Switching to a Virtual Platform 

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In response to concerns over the rising COVID-19 cases in Maryland due to the spread of the Delta Variant, the Maryland Planning Commissioners Association (MPCA) has decided to conduct its 38th annual conference virtually. The MPCA Executive Committee did not make this decision lightly, and regrets that we will not be able to gather together in Solomons in late October. Most importantly, the MPCA wants to ensure the health and safety of all participants, and believes that the most prudent course of action is a virtual conference, similar to the one we conducted in 2020, which was very successful.  

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