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Earl Pete Wheeler Nelson

urban planner

Earl Pete Wheeler Nelson, American urban planner. Recipient Community Service award, Chino Valley College of C., 1980. Chapter board directors American Civil Liberties Union, since 1980; member South Central Organizing Committee, since 1983; Member of American Civil Liberties Union, Disciples Christ Church, American Institute Certified Planners., American Planning Association, Planners Network.

Background

Nelson, Earl Pete Wheeler was born on May 4, 1952 in Merced, California, United States. Son of Earl Wheeler and Marjorie Lowe (Radabaugh) Nelson.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning, California State Polytechnic University, 1974.

Career

Planning intern, Claremont, California, 1974. Planning aide Merced, 1974—1975. Associate planner Chino, California, 1975—1977.

City planner, 1978—1982. Director community development, since 1982. Director planning Envista, Inc., Orange, 1977—1978.

President board directors Cooperative Resources & Services, Los Angeles, since 1983. Secretary Chino Redevelopment Agency, since 1982. Assistant secretary Chino Industrial Development Authority, since 1982.

Works

  • Editor (newsletter Guardian).

Membership

Chapter board directors American Civil Liberties Union, since 1980. Member South Central Organizing Committee, since 1983. Member of American Civil Liberties Union, Disciples Christ Church, American Institute Certified Planners., American Planning Association, Planners Network.

Connections

father:
Earl Wheeler Nelson

mother:
Marjorie Lowe (Radabaugh) Nelson