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Reflecting on MPC Accomplishments Amidst a Tough Year

December 16, 2020, Noon to 1 p.m. CT

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Online via Zoom

Hosted by: Metropolitan Planning Council

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For too many, 2020 has been a year of disappointments, obstacles, and challenges. In spite of the obstacles, the Metropolitan Planning Council has seen some bright spots and victories that have changed perceptions and advanced policies. Join us for this hour-long discussion in which we will reflect on the determined effort it took to achieve our 2020 milestones and share highlights of our achievements. This conversation will be moderated by MarySue Barrett, President of Metropolitan Planning Council.


  • Dan Cooper, Director of Research, MPC
  • Chloe Gurin-Sands, Manager of Health Equity and Planning, MPC
  • Debbie Liu, Community Engagement Associate, MPC
  • Ryan Wilson, Manager of Water Resources, MPC


MarySue Barrett, President


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