1. Introduction 2. Scenarios 3. Interpretations and Conclusions
Jerry Weitz, FAICP, is principal of a planning and development consulting firm based in the Atlanta area. From 2010 to 2015, he was director of the urban and regional planning program at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. In a career spanning more than three decades, he has worked with cities, counties, state agencies, planning consulting firms, developers, attorneys, nonprofits, citizen advocacy groups, and universities. The issues he has confronted bring real-life contexts and sure guidance to The Ethical Planning Practitioner.
"Weitz is masterful at discussing the nuances and subtleties of ethics in actual practice. This one volume is essential for any AICP member or aspirant."
- Daniel J. Marcucci, AICP, PhD, Fellow and Instructor, Virginia Tech
"This handbook is a resource that can be used again and again to learn, argue, and discuss. Rather than simple answers to ethical challenges, it gives us questions worth considering."
- Martin Wachs, PhD, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, UCLA
"To be effective, planners need a good understanding of how to apply the AICP Code of Ethics in their day-to-day work. Thank you, Jerry, for a valuable tool for all of us!"
- Sue Schwartz, FAICP, Planning Director, Greensboro, North Carolina