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Wednesday, July 22 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Sticking to the Plan: Loudoun's Planning Legacy & Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Future

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Over the last 25 years, Loudoun County has faced the challenges of a small, rural farm community of 86,000 people evolving into the fastest-growing, wealthiest county in the country. Today it is home to more than 350,000 people and hosts a significant share of Northern Virginia’s job growth and the Washington Dulles International Airport. The County’s policy documents have helped to shape the design of its communities by encouraging well-defined neighborhoods and have helped ensure the realization of a vibrant rural economy.

This conference session will highlight how the planning concepts and policies embraced by Loudoun for rural preservation, neo-traditional design, new urbanism, transit oriented development, mixed-use development, and the integration of the natural and cultural resources into a unified green infrastructure strategy have provided lasting economic and social benefits in the community. Additionally, this session will highlight some of the key planning priorities for the future of Loudoun County (and the northern Virginia region), including planning for Metro's Silver Line and transit oriented development. This session will provide professional planners with a case study of best practices in comprehensive planning and transit oriented development.

Speakers
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Richard Klusek, AICP

Senior Planner, Loudoun County Government
Richard (Rich) Klusek is a Senior Planner in the Community Planning division of the Loudoun County, Virginia, Department of Planning and Zoning. His day to day responsibilities include evaluating legislative applications for compliance with the County’s Comprehensive Plan and managing strategic initiatives and Comprehensive Plan Amendments. Rich is currently the Project Manager for the County’s Silver Line Comprehensive Plan Amendment which... Read More →
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Matt Noonkester, AICP

Senior Associate, Stantec\'s Urban Places Group
Mr. Noonkester has partnered with staff and elected officials throughout the United States to prepare regional growth studies, comprehensive plans, metropolitan transportation plans, small area plans, comprehensive transportation plans, corridor studies, capital improvements plans, land development regulations, urban design guidelines, development impact fee ordinances, and other special studies consistent with state law and community context... Read More →



Wednesday July 22, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
York Hall Sheraton Waterside Hotel

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