Robert Brown, known throughout Coventry for his commitment to the neighborhood (and his dog walks!) will give a talk at the Coventry Library on Thursday, February 16th at 7 p.m.
He has published Lov for Cov, a book length photo essay documenting Coventry and the surrounding residential area. Bob is a retired city planner and brings his eye for design and his planning expertise to the project.
Bob is a city planning consultant with 45 years of experience working for local government and serving community organizations, developers, architects and others engaged in urban planning and development.
He has specialized in writing zoning regulations and preparing comprehensive plans for urban and suburban communities. He has also written many grant applications and managed the resulting grant-funded planning projects. He has spoken at regional and national conferences on subjects ranging from sign regulations to sustainable development patterns. In 2014 he was elected as a "Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners," a national honor recognizing his accomplishments as a city planner. He is on the board of Future Heights and has worked with numerous civic organizations throughout a long career.