Andy Bowden, ASLA
As your chapter representative, I recently attended the Board of Trustees meeting in Washington DC from May 15 through May 18 and am pleased to provide to you for your information a brief as to what transpired over 3 days of meetings.
Advocacy Day, May 15. Representing our chapter to our elected officials, this was the 7th Advocacy Day I have attended over these last years.
The Tellers Committee recently convened at ASLA Headquarters to review and verify this year's election results and reported that Chad Danos, FASLA, has been elected as 2014-2015 ASLA president-elect. Congratulations to Chad, and our very sincere thanks to Shawn Kelly, FASLA, for his strong candidacy and willingness to serve. You can read more about Chad and the election results in the July 15 issue of LAND.
ASLA Southern California encourages you to participate in the Chapter’s leadership by serving as an Officer on the ASLA Southern California Executive Committee. Service on the Executive Committee will enable you to learn more about your profession and enjoy the benefits of networking and working with fellow members of your industry.
ASLA Southern California congratulates Lee-Anne Milburn, of Cal Poly Pomona, elevated to Fellowship in the category of Knowledge. She is a scholar, communicator, teacher, mentor and advocate for the profession of landscape architecture.
Registration for the Annual Meeting and EXPO is at 2,337 as of July 23rd. Registration and ticket revenue collected to date is now 69 percent of the annual budget goal. Ticket sales for field sessions, workshops, and special events continue to outpace previous years. Three hotels in the discounted room block have sold out, including the Hyatt Regency (Headquarters Hotel), the Crown Plaza, and Hotel Monaco. Discounted rooms are still available at our five other hotels, all within walking distance of the Colorado Convention Center.
The ASLA Southern California Chapter encourages you to learn more about your profession and enjoy the benefits of networking and working with fellow members of your industry by volunteering to assist in the organization of the following association events, programs and activities. For volunteer opportunities, contact the Chapter at 714-838-3615.
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For many years the SCC/ASLA has advanced the knowledge, education and skill of landscape architects in service to Southern California.
With over 675 professional and affiliate members and 200 ASLA student members, the chapter promotes the profession and advances the practice through careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments.
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