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Mr. Philip Street J.

Director of Planning

New York State Tug Hill Commission

HQ Phone: (315) 785-2380

New York State Tug Hill Commission

Dulles State Office Building 317 Washington St., 6Th Floor

Watertown, New York 13601

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Planning
Tug Hill Commission

Affiliations

Charter Member
American Institute of Certified Planners

Education

Masters of Public Administration course work

Pennsylvania State's Institute of Public Administration

Masters of Regional Planning

Pennsylvania State University

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NOCCOG: Newsletters: Ocotber 2010 Monthly Announecments [Digital Towpath]

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Phil Street, Director of Planning for the NYS Tug Hill Commission will be speaking about a variety of road and highway issues that includes the importance of an official municipal road map, low volume roads, road abandonment, etc.

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Phil Street and Mickey Dietrich from the commission are currently working with the highway superintendents from six towns on this project.


Chester Country Phoenixville Full

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Philip Street is Director of Planning at the New York State Tug Hill Commission, a state agency that provides planning services, economic and community development assistance and other types of technical assistance to 62 rural town and village governments and five multi-community councils of governments in the upstate New York area between Lake Ontario and the Adirondacks. Philip is responsible for the planning services program which includes assisting communities with the preparation of comprehensive plans and development regulations, assistance with project reviews, and the training of local officials. Philip has a Masters of Regional Planning from Pennsylvania State University, and has completed his Masters of Public Administration course work at Pennsylvania State's Institute of Public Administration. He is a charter member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

An important aspect of the NYS Tug Hill Commission program is encouraging communities to work cooperatively on planning and community development issues. Philip has assisted in the development of numerous multi-community planning and regulatory programs involving various combinations of multi-town or town/village arrangements. Philip also developed the planning and administrative procedures for the implementation of the Tug Hill Reserve Act by the Cooperative Tug Hill Council, a 15-town council of governments in the core of Tug Hill, an effort to protect special areas from development by state and local government agencies.


Glynwood Center Exchange Reports: Phoenixville Region, Pa

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Philip Street is Director of Planning at the New York State Tug Hill Commission, a state agency that provides planning services, economic and community development assistance and other types of technical assistance to 62 rural town and village governments and five multi-community councils of governments in the upstate New York area between Lake Ontario and the Adirondacks.Philip is responsible for the planning services program which includes assisting communities with the preparation of comprehensive plans and development regulations, assistance with project reviews, and the training of local officials.Philip has a Masters of Regional Planning from Pennsylvania State University, and has completed his Masters of Public Administration course work at Pennsylvania State's Institute of Public Administration.He is a charter member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

An important aspect of the NYS Tug Hill Commission program is encouraging communities to work cooperatively on planning and community development issues.Philip has assisted in the development of numerous multi-community planning and regulatory programs involving various combinations of multi-town or town/village arrangements.Philip also developed the planning and administrative procedures for the implementation of the Tug Hill Reserve Act by the Cooperative Tug Hill Council, a 15-town council of governments in the core of Tug Hill, an effort to protect special areas from development by state and local government agencies.


Philip Street is Director of ...

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Philip Street is Director of Planning at the New York State Tug Hill Commission, a state agency that provides planning services, economic and community development assistance and other types of technical assistance to 62 rural town and village governments and five multi-community councils of governments in the upstate New York area between Lake Ontario and the Adirondacks.Philip is responsible for the planning services program which includes assisting communities with the preparation of comprehensive plans and development regulations, assistance with project reviews, and the training of local officials.Philip has a Masters of Regional Planning from Pennsylvania State University, and has completed his Masters of Public Administration course work at Pennsylvania State's Institute of Public Administration.He is a charter member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

An important aspect of the NYS Tug Hill Commission program is encouraging communities to work cooperatively on planning and community development issues.Philip has assisted in the development of numerous multi-community planning and regulatory programs involving various combinations of multi-town or town/village arrangements.Philip also developed the planning and administrative procedures for the implementation of the Tug Hill Reserve Act by the Cooperative Tug Hill Council, a 15-town council of governments in the core of Tug Hill, an effort to protect special areas from development by state and local government agencies.


PlanningJobs

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Mr. Philip Street, Director of PlanningNYS Tug Hill CommissionDulles State Office Building317 Washington StreetWatertown, NY 13601.

Posted December 17, 2003

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