EXPERT TO DISCUSS LAND DEVELOPMENT AND PRESERVATION
Monday, November 24, 2003
MEDIA ADVISORY EXPERT TO DISCUSS LAND DEVELOPMENT AND PRESERVATION
ATHENS, Ga. - On Wednesday, Dec. 3, Transferable Development Rights expert Rick Pruetz will speak on preserving natural, historical and scenic land while accommodating growth through the use of TDR ordinances. “Putting Growth in its Place with TDR” is sponsored by UGA’s Land Use Clinic, Students and Educators for Ecological Design and Sustainability (SEEDS) and the Athens Grow Green Coalition. The event will begin at 7 p.m. in the UGA Institute of Ecology Auditorium, and admission is free.
A planner for 24 years, Pruetz runs a consulting practice specializing in TDR workshops, studies and ordinances. He is the author of “Saved by Development: Preserving Environmental Areas, Farmland and Historic Landmarks with Transfer of Development Rights and Beyond Takings and Givings: Saving Natural Areas, Farmland and Historic Landmarks with Transfer of Development Rights and Density Transfer Charges. The latter title is the most comprehensive guide available for the development of TDR programs nationwide. Pruetz holds a Master of Urban Planning from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaulkee.
For more information on the seminar, please contact Jamie Baker Roskie at (706) 583-0373 or email@example.com. Directions can be found at http://www.ecology.uga.edu/contact/traveltoinstitute.htm .
TDRs allow the right to develop sensitive land to be transferred to an area better suited for growth. For more information regarding TDRs, please visit the Web site http://outreach.ecology.uga.edu/tools/tdr/tdr.pdf .
Office of Communications and Public Relations, "EXPERT TO DISCUSS LAND DEVELOPMENT AND PRESERVATION" (2003). Press Releases. 168.