Saturday, June 23, 2012
Mahoney State Park
28500 W. Park Hwy
8:30 A.M. - 12:45 P.M.
'The Nebraska Surveying Pamphlet'
James E. LangLaughlin, Peterson & Lang
Attorneys at Law
11718 Nicholas Street, Suite 101
Omaha, NE 68154-2630
Jim Lang received his Juris Doctor, from Creighton University in 1974, and is a member of the Nebraska State and Iowa State Bar Associations. Having the honor of being admitted to practice in the State and Federal Courts of Nebraska and Iowa and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, Jim has extensive experience in Land Use, Zoning, Real Estate and Commercial Law.
'The Surveyor’s role in Planning and Building Nebraska’s Communities'
City of LincolnBrian Will
City of Lincoln Planning Department
555 S. 10th Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
“Brian Will is a planner in the Development Review Division of the Lancaster County/City of Lincoln Planning Department. A native of Lincoln, Nebraska, he graduated from UN-L in 1984 with a B.S in Economics, and accepted a commission and entered active duty with the U.S. Army. He went on to receive a Master of Community and Regional Planning degree in 1990, also from UN-L, and has worked as a planner ever since. His experience includes ten years in his current position, and prior to that the Albany County/City of Laramie Planning Office in Laramie, Wyoming, the Metropolitan Area Planning Agency (MAPA) in Omaha, and the City of Omaha Planning Department. During this time he has been involved with many aspects of planning at the local government level, but with emphasis on current planning/development review which has always included land subdivision and platting.”
City of Omaha
Jay DavisSuperintendent of Permits and Inspection Division
Assistant Planning Director
Assistant Planning Director
City of Omaha Planning Department
1819 Farnam Street
Omaha, NE 68123
Jay is Assistant Planning Director and Superintendent of the Building and Development Division of the City of Omaha Planning Department. He started his career with the City of Omaha 15 years ago as building inspector and specialized in inspection of commercial facilities under construction or renovation. In 1999, Jay was promoted to Chief Building Inspector, a position he held until December of 2011 when he was promoted to his current position.Prior to coming to the city, Jay was a project manager and designer for an Omaha architectural and engineering firm. Because of his background in the design of office and warehouse space in the metal building industry, his original work was centered on those facilities. He quickly branched out to multi-family projects and highly specialized facilities in the travel industry.
Jay maintains the following certifications:International Code Council Building Inspector with a commercial designation
NCSBCS Federal Manufactured Housing Construction Inspector
HUD Federal Fair Housing Certificate
ADA Compliance Certificate.