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When: 06/05/2020
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Where: Zoom Meeting
United States
Contact: 626.796.7601

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Mayor Tornek




Have lunch with Pasadena's Mayor Tornek virtually to discuss our changing times during Covid-19.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Pasadena and COVID-19
  2. How this has affected the city's ability to do business? 
  3. Entitlement process (MND's and EIR's) during COVID-19
  4. Getting permits through the city
  5. Forecast on developments (both private and public) - Specifically, how might this impact architecture/ construction industry at the local level, should we expect changes in policy that might impact our profession, how does the Mayor envision architects as playing a role in the rebuilding process?
  6. Has funding slowed down for public projects? 

Friday, June 5
12:00-1:00 pm

12:00-12:05 pm President's Intro
12:05-12:45 pm program

12:45-1:00 pm Q&A session

ZOOM Call  *link to call will be provided once registered


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Terry Tornek was born and raised in New York City and moved to Pasadena from Massachusetts in 1982 to accept the position of Planning Director. He was hired because of his history of neighborhood improvement and historic preservation while serving as Planning Director of Springfield, Mass. He also served as a member of the Springfield City Council. Terry was Pasadena’s Planning Director for 3 years and helped to rewrite the Zoning Ordinance, the General Plan and establish the redevelopment plan for Old Pasadena.

After leaving city government, Terry built a career in real estate as a developer and manager of residential & commercial properties all over Southern California. He remained active in Pasadena affairs through his 20 year service as a Board Member of Pasadena Neighborhood Housing Services, a non-profit organization devoted to affordable housing in Northwest Pasadena. In 2005 Sid Tyler appointed Terry to the Planning Commission. He also served as a member of the Design Commission. He was elected to represent District 7 on the City Council in April, 2009, was reelected in 2013 and was then elected as Mayor in April, 2015.

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