Pete Pointner, FAICP, ALA, ITE
Members at Large
Consultant in: land use and environmental planning; historic preservation and urban design; downtown planning and economic development. Expert witness in land use litigation. Available for public speaking and as facilitator for planning workshops. See www.petepointner.com.
Pete is a Wheaton resident since 1972, member, and past board member of the Wheaton Chamber of Commerce Pete published 4 articles in 2020*. He also served on a pro-bono committee of the American Planning Association, Illinois Chapter and provided an extensive interview for a new web cam on the Historic Pullman District, now a National Monument. He was the chairman of the first preservation committee in 1968 and was instrumental in the preservation movement from the outset. Pete’s papers are available on his master blog site www.petepointner.com which also includes his free e-book Readings in Urban Planning and Design with 60 papers (51 of which have been published) and over 250 illustrations. *The Tear Down Phenomena – A Case Study (Wheaton, Illinois) Water as a Revitalization Tool We Need More Public Art After Covid-19 – Time to Redefine a New Normal