Wednesday, January 20, 2016
THE KIND OF CITY ATLANTA IS
Tim Keane, the new Atlanta Commissioner for the Department of Planning and Community Development spoke about his vision for the future of the city of Atlanta.
Tim Keane brings over twenty years of urban design and planning experience to his new position as Commissioner for the Department of Planning and Community Development for the city of Atlanta. Keane previously served as the Director of Planning, Preservation and Sustainability for the City of Charleston, S.C. and was responsible urban planning, design review, historic preservation and zoning for the City of Charleston. Prior to that, he served as the Director of Planning for the Town of Davidson, N.C., where he led all planning and regulatory operations.
Following the lecture, Scott Marble, Chair of the School of Architecture and Mike Dobbins, Professor of the Practice in the School of City and Regional Planning and former Atlanta Commissioner of City Planning, co-hosted a discussion with Tim Keane.
Co-hosted by the School of Architecture and the School of City & Regional Planning
Reinsch Pierce Family Auditorium
245 4th Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30332