American Planning Association

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American Planning Association

A professional organization of regional and urban planners (www.planning.org).
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APA is a consolidation of the American Institute of Planners, founded in 1917, and the American Society of Planning Officials, established in 1934.
Joyner's work at NLC actually began in 1971, when he joined the staff as deputy director of the Office of Urban Services, but he departed a year later to become the chief executive officer of the American Institute of Planners (AIP).

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