12th Annual Reshaping Rochester Lecture featuring Maurice Cox, AIA
Thursday, February 9, 2017
7pm at Gleason Works Auditorium
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Maurice Cox Reshaping Rochester lecture, February 9th
What can Rochester learn from Detroit’s budding resurgence?Join us on February 9th as Maurice Cox, a respected expert in community design and the former mayor of Charlottesville, VA, shares his vision for rebuilding Detroit which includes innovative land use, building renovation and new construction. Read more here.
CDCR Bids Farewell to Mo Duggan and Welcomes Maria Furgiuele
Maureen "Mo" Duggan has announced that she will retire from her position as Executive Director of CDC Rochester (CDCR) at the end of the year. CDCR Board President, Paul Tankel, AIA, LEED AP and an independent university campus planner welcomed Maria Furgiuele, a former CDCR board president, who will serve as Interim Executive Director. Furgiuele is an architect and realtor and has been actively involved in many CDCR projects over the years. She has a special interest in CDCR's educational programs including the Reshaping Rochester Series and has served as a facilitator at many community design workshops.
Click here to read the press release.