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Kentucky
Parking Day 2013
September 20, 2013
4:00 – 11:00 p.m.
KYASLA, in partnership with Architecture for Humanity and University of Kentucky Landscape Architecture, is sponsoring the event of Lexington this year. A total of 15-20 parking spaces have been rented for the day along Short Street. Contact Louis Johnson at ljohnson@urbancollage.com if you would like to participate in Park(ing) Day.

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Ohio
2014 OCASLA Elections Open (Closing Soon!)
The 2014 Ohio Chapter of ASLA elections are now open for all members. Voting is open now until Monday, September 30.

All of these elected positions will take effect immediately following the National ASLA meeting (Tuesday, November 19). Please take a moment and vote on your candidates for the Ohio Chapter.

Oregon
Public Awareness Representative News
This month ASLA thanks Robin Lee Gyorgyfalvy as she steps down from her role as the chapter Public Awareness Representative. She served in the post for three years and felt it was time for someone else to take the reins for a while. Robin has been instrumental in shaping the Understory events and subsequent ASLA public awareness campaigns. The new PA Rep is Rebecca Wahlstrom, who will now serve as the contact person for events, project openings, or awards galas that need promotion, as well as being the organizer for new PA campaigns. For more info and a recap of the recent PA summit, visit the link above.

Bend’s Byway Visitor Center
Feature article from LANDbytes, ASLA Oregon’s monthly newsletter.
“A long envisioned dream for a new Visitor Center at the entrance to the Deschutes National Forest is quickly becoming a reality. This new portal to public lands will be located on the Cascade Lakes National Scenic Byway west of Bend, Oregon, which is home to 80,000 people. The Byway is a magical pathway that flows through a volcanic landscape full of sparkling alpine lakes. Visitors can easily access many outdoor adventures such as sightseeing, biking, hiking, skiing, kayaking, birdwatching, and wildlife viewing. Bend’s new Byway Visitor Center is scheduled to open its doors and outdoor interpretive features in time for the summer season of 2014.”

Read more at the link above.

Utah
Perspectives – ASLA Utah Newsletter
Featured in the newest ASLA Utah newsletter: A message from the president, National ASLA Meeting announcement, job postings, ExCom elections, and the ASLA Utah Awards.

Washington
2014 Conference Sponsorships Available
WASLA is delighted to announce that exhibit and sponsorship opportunities are now available for the 2014 WASLA and WRPA Annual Conference & Trade Show. Download the Exhibitor Packet and 2014 Sponsorship Opportunities forms in the link above for complete details. The conference will be held April 8-11, 2014, at Seattle’s Magnuson Park. Please contact Andrew at 206-443-9484 or office@wasla.org with any questions.

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