Registration Extended for Oakland County’s 16th Annual Heritage Conference
Oakland County, MichiganNewsRegistration Extended for Oakland County’s 16th Annual Heritage Conference

Registration Extended for Oakland County’s 16th Annual Heritage Conference

Release Date: 9/4/2013 8:00 PM
Contact: Steve Huber, Marketing and Communications Officer
Contact Phone: 248-858-1848
Waterford, Michigan -- A few spots still remain for Oakland County’s 16th Annual Heritage Conference on Sept. 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Clarkston Union and the Woodshop in downtown Clarkston. The theme is “Managing Success.” Registration has been extended until Tuesday, Sept. 10 at The cost of the day-long event is $40 and includes a continental breakfast, lunch, sessions and tour.
Scott Day of Urban Development Services will provide the keynote address, “Too Successful to Succeed.” Day will share success stories from all aspects of American life: from the environment and recreational activities to community planning, historic preservation and revitalization to small downtown businesses. He will discuss managing success and the ingredients of building sustainable organizations.
Sessions include: managing the success of the highest quality trout stream in Southeast Michigan; the world’s largest one-day automotive event, the Woodward Dream Cruise; the popular Flint Farmers Market; events at the Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm; handling traffic congestion through technology and innovation; and maintaining the vision along the Sashabaw Road Corridor. Walking tours include Clarkston’s haunted history and Clarkston’s historic connection with Henry Ford.
The conference brings together individuals from various backgrounds, who deal with the built and natural environment, to discuss ways to improve their communities. The conference attracts nearly 200 local and regional governmental staff, elected officials, developers, architects, realtors, consultants, and small business owners as well as representatives from environmental and historical interests.
Three Master Citizen Planner Continuing Education Credits, American Institute of Certified Planners Certification Maintenance Credits and American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System have been approved. If you have any questions or need additional information, contact Kim Durkin at (248) 858-1995 or
About Oakland County Economic Development & Community Affairs
The Oakland County Department of Economic Development & Community Affairs, under the leadership of County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, is committed to promoting economic vitality, supporting distinct communities and conserving environmental resources through knowledge, cooperation and consultation services.