Daniel Cucchi will be a panelist on the April 30, 2020, virtual brown bag webinar titled, “Planning through the COVID-19 crisis: How are we adapting in these uncertain times?”. The seminar is hosted by APACA – Sacramento Valley Section and will take place from 1:00- 2:00pm.

Webinar Description:

Join us for a free webinar hosted by Sacramento Valley Section and the APA California Chapter to hear how public, private, legal, and technology practitioners are adapting to the disruption associated with COVID-19 crisis. Learn about the tools, practices, and strategies that our panelists have deployed in working through the “temporary normal.” We will also discuss how the Governor’s executive orders and directives affect the legal requirements for planning timelines and public engagement. Curious about which technology platforms can help us perform our jobs and stay connected to our communities? We will learn about that too!

Thursday, April 30th

1:00 – 2:00 p.m.


Yassi Sarvian, Director, APA Sacramento Valley Section (Moderator)

Tom Pace, Interim Director, City of Sacramento, Community Development Department

Daniel Cucchi, JD, Senior Associate, Abbott & Kindermann, Inc.

Wendy Nowak, AICP, Principal, PlaceWorks

Daniel Friedman, PhD, Partner, Remotor Consulting Group

APA Members have priority registration, and space is limited to the first 500 that register.

Non-APA Members may register on a space-available basis beginning at 9:00am on Thursday, April 30th.

REGISTER: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6135000411355909643

For questions, please contact Jeni Tickler at jeni@proeventsjt.com

For further information on the Sacramento Valley Section of APACA see link here: http://www.svsapa.org/. Do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions as well.

I look forward to meeting you there!

Daniel Cucchi is a senior associate at Abbott & Kindermann, Inc.  For questions relating to this article or any other California land use, real estate, environmental and/or planning issues contact Abbott & Kindermann, Inc. at (916) 456-9595.

The information presented in this article should not be construed to be formal legal advice by Abbott & Kindermann, Inc., or the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. Because of the changing nature of this area of the law and the importance of individual facts, readers are encouraged to seek independent counsel for advice regarding their individual legal issues.