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2014

In Spring 2014, Kaizer taught "Comparative Urban Development" at USC Price School of Public Policy.

2013

Kaizer taught FBC 201: Design Considerations in Detroit on May 16-17.

Kaizer served on the 2013 APA-CA Los Angeles Section Awards jury.

Kaizer presented an Introduction to Form-Based Codes to the Orange Section of APA-CA on January 17.

2012

Kaizer taught the International Economic Development Council's Neighborhood Development Strategies Course in Los Angeles, December 6-7.

Kaizer taught FBC 201: Preparing a Form-Based Code, Design Considerations in Pasadena, CA on December 4-5.

Kaizer together with Ryan Snyder, Brian Ludicke, and David Lopez presented Institutionalizing Living Street Design at the CA APA conferene on October 24 in Rancho Mirage.

Kaizer taught "Sustainable Development & Environmental Impact Analysis" course at Tseng College, California State University, Northridge, in Summer 2012.

Kaizer taught FBC 201: Preparing a Form-Based Code, Design Considerations in Austin, TX on May 21-22.

RA developed the Ventura Housing Authority's 2011 Annual Report.

Kaizer joined Marc Costa and Javier Mariscal to present "Proactive Sustainable Planning Key to AB32 Regulatory Compliance" at the Annual Municipal Green Building Conference & Expo in Downey, on April 26.

The Organizational Capacity Assessment for development activities at the Ventura Housing Authority is complete. See final report.

See Kaizer's FBCI webinar on "Administering Form-Based Codes."

Kaizer participated on two panels to discuss Scales of Urbanism on a Sustainable Platform and Planning Experience in Other Cultures at the National APA Conference in Los Angeles on April15 and 16.

Urban Design Podcast Interviews Kaizer on Restorative Development Regulations.

Read Restorative Development Regulations in Urban Planning and Economic Development News Magazine, January 2012.

Kaizer and Javier Mariscal of Southern California Edison presented Meeting the Challenge of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Targets at USGBC C4 General Meeting on February 27.

Kaizer joined Dan Parolek, Mary Madden, and Dan Slone to teach "How to Require Successful Places People Will Love" course at the New Partners for Smart Growth Conference in San Diego on February 1.

Urban Design Podcast interviews Kaizer on Post Recession Retail Trends.

2011

Kaizer was faculty facilitator for two introductory cohorts of the FBC101e: The ABCs of Form-Based Codes on-line class.

Kaizer presented "FBCs: Regulatory Framework for Design of the Public Realm" at the CTBUH 2011 World Conference in Seoul.

Rangwala Associates assisted the Ventura Housing Authority in developing a proposal for the 2011 Choice Neighborhood Initiative grant.

See Kaizer's FBCI webinar on "Coding Corridors."

Read Post-Great Recession Retail Trends, in Practicing Planner.

Kaizer presented "Sustainable Neighborhood Design" at C4: USGBC General Meeting in Ventura on September 26.

Kaizer joined Stefanos Polyzoides and Dan Parolek to present "Sustainable & Restorative Community Development ..." session at the California APA Conference in Santa Barbara.

Kaizer taught "Sustainable Development & Environmental Impact Analysis" course at Tseng College, California State University, Northridge.

Kaizer and other Driehaus Award jury members presented "Today's Best Form-Based Codes" at CNU-19 conference in Madison, WI.

Kaizer served as jury chair for the 2011 Driehaus Form-Based Codes Award.

Kaizer and Ted Bardecke of Global Green presented "Integrated Neighborhood Design: Charrettes and LEED ND" at the 10th Annual Municipal Green Building Conference and Expo in Downey, CA, on April 14.

2010

Read Why design guidelines on their own don't work? on New Urban Network.

Kaizer will serve on the Revitalization Forum Design Team.

Read Is the Cure Worse than the Illness on The Urban Vision blog.

Kaizer taught ABCs of Form-Based Code in Seattle/Burien on February 25.

Ventura City Council adopts Community Memorial Hospital Form-Based Code.

Read How to Subdivide Wtihout Sprawling on New Urban Network.

Read "Contextual Tall Buildings in India" and "Public: The Forgotten Realm" at The Urban Vision website.

Rangwala Associates invited to develop a Blueprint to address unprecedented growth in Indian cities.  See more.

Join the Form-Based Coding group and Global Coding sub-group on LinkedIn for in-depth discussions on coding matters.

Read "A Planner's Perspective" by Chris Clark.

Saticoy Wells Community Plan & Code wins the 2010 Hard-won Victories Planning Award from the Central Coast APA section.

Read "Place-based Economy" published in the Economic Development Journal.

Kaizer taught ABCs of Form-Based Code in Covington, KY on November 10.

Kaizer and Carol Wyant discuss current state and future trends for Form-Based Codes and the role of FBCI as guests on Urban Design Podcast.

See Kaizer's presentation and notes on Contextual Tall Buildings in India given at the 2010 CTBUH Conference in Mumbai.

Join the Form-Based Coding group or Global Coding sub-group on LinkedIn for indepth discussions on coding matters.

Saticoy Wells Community Plan & Code wins the 2010 Hard-won Victories Planning Award from the Central Coast APA section.

Kaizer served on the 2010 Driehaus Form-Based Codes Award jury panel. An in-depth review of the winning codes will take place at CNU-18 in Atlanta.

Read "Place-based Economy" published in the Economic Development Journal.

KTGY selects Rangwala Associates to develop Form-Based Code for Westview Village.

Kaizer taught Form-Based Code 301 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, April 26-27, 2010.

Read "Tall Can Be Beautiful" printed in The Financial Express Newspaper, January 10, 2010.

2009

Kaizer will serve Remaking of Mumbai Federation as Special Advisory Council.

The Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat hosted its 2010 World Conference in Mumbai, February 3-5. Kaizer presented his comments on "Contextual Tall Buildings in India." See conference brochure.

Kaizer taught Form-Based Code 201 in Venutra, February 18-19.

Sept/Oct 09 issue of CAL APA Newsletter features the article Renewal Metrics.

American Institute of Certified Planners' Fall 2009 issue of Practicing Planner features "Adapt and Become Stronger."

New Urban News article explains the shortcomings of "hybrid codes" that incorporate elements of form-based codes, but fall short of effectively shaping public space.

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