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    Greetings from Long Island!

    Hi there! I'm a senior planner in a large suburban community on Long Island, NY. I have a Bachelors and Masters in Planning, about 4 years experience in local government, and AICP certification. I'm mostly working with zoning and land use issues, site planning, subdivisions, etc. I'm hoping members here will be able to give me some useful advice and perspective from their experiences!

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    Welcome from an Ex-Pat Jersey Boy in the Hoosier State.

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    Hello from Kansas. My aunt used to live in Bayshore, then she got smart an moved to a warmer climate. Join in the fun, I'm sure planning stuff will come up once in a while.
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    Welcome from the midcoast of Maine!

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    Welcome from the Florida panhandle.
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    Greetings from the Hoosier state from another ex-Pat Jersey boy!

    Glad you registered and hope to see you around these parts.
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    Hello from !
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