Amy Glorioso Rynes
B.A., Geography, University of Maryland Baltimore County;
M.C.P., Community Planning, University of Maryland at Baltimore
Member, American Planning Association
Area of Expertise:
Project planning and implementation in urban areas; urban renewal planning in distressed neighborhoods and redevelopment waterfront communities; land use and urban policy; program management.
Ms. Rynes current responsibilities are as program administrator and researcher for CUERE. Her
professional responsibilities before joining CUERE in 2001 were in community and urban renewal planning and project implementation for Baltimore City. She served as the Projext Planner for the historic water
waterfront community of Fells Point for twenty years and drafted and implemented the urban renewal plans for the Canton Waterfront and she has served as project planner for the communities surrounding the John Hopkins Medical Institutions and industrial area of Inner Harbor East. She chaired the Land Use Committee of Plan Baltimore, Baltimore City's Comprehensive Plan, and drafted the land use policy recommendations to be used as a guide for the comprehensive revision for the Zoning Ordinances of Baltimore City. Ms. Rynes also chaired the AlliedSignal Remediation and Redevelopment Task Force for six years. She chaired this group and represented Baltimore City in this effort to remediate this 32 acre chrome contaminated site from the initial clean up phase through the master planning process.
Current Research Activity:
for Urban Environmental Research and Education
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