APA/AICP Elections Please vote in the upcoming elections!
APA conducts elections for new Board and Commission members every two years. About half of positions in each body are up for election in each cycle. Balloting occurs during the summer of odd-numbered years. New Board and Commission members' terms begin on January 1 of even-numbered years.
This summer, APA members will elect the newest slate of APA board and AICP commission members. The call to nominations took place from March 15 to May 15, with email balloting to take place in July and August. New leaders' terms of office begin January 1, 2022.
This is a reminder that you will be receiving a ballot
unique to your membership in an email from APA’s election coordinator for APA
and/or NNECAPA elections. You may or may have received it over the last
week. PLEASE VOTE!
- NNECAPA/MAP members who are also members of APA have access to vote for the full slate of APA National and regional positions, as well as all 6 NNECAPA Chapter Officers.
- NNECAPA/MAP only members (who are not APA members) have the opportunity to vote for NNECAPA Secretary, Treasurer, and Public Information Officer only.
NNECAPA's Executive Committee has made an endorsement for Region 1 AICP Commissioner:
"The Northern New England Chapter of the American Planning
Association’s Executive Committee endorses Sarah Marchant, AICP, for Region 1
Sarah Marchant, AICP and Donald Burns, AICP are both running for the position of Region 1 AICP Commissioner in the upcoming election. Having served as President of the Northern New England Chapter of the American Planning Association (NNECAPA) since 2015, Sarah proved herself to be an exceptional leader. As President, she stabilized and growth the finances of the organization and increased membership, even during the pandemic. Sarah also led the unification of three state planning organizations into one APA chapter with three state sections, no easy feat in the rugged environment of northern New England. She brought political and interpersonal skills towards the creation of the unified chapter, while emphasizing the need to represent professional planning in the three states. She has represented NNECAPA at APA events and been a major asset to APA initiatives. Professionally, she has led the City of Nashua’s Community Development Department while the city has seen significant public and private investment. Sarah will be a wonderful asset to the AICP Commission."
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NNECAPA's purpose is to:
- Improve and promote the standards and quality of planning at all levels in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont,
- Encourage the free exchange of ideas among planners in Northern New England, and
- Facilitate the participation of members in the activities of the American Planning Association.
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