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GLIN==> Great Lakes Cities Symposium / GLED Annual Conference



REGISTER TODAY!

THE GREAT LAKES CITIES SYMPOSIUM / GLED ANNUAL CONFERENCE
October 2-4, 2003

An opportunity to participate in an international discussion of
redevelopment strategies for Great Lake Cities and their waterfronts

http://urban.csuohio.edu/forum/waterways/index.htm

RESERVE HOTEL TODAY FOR REDUCED GROUP RATE!!
(August 25th is the deadline for the $91.00 per night discount room rate
at the Wyndham Hotel for Symposium participants; after August 25th, room
rates will be $189.00)

GREAT LAKES CITIES SYMPOSIUM
OCTOBER 2 - 4, 2003
CLEVELAND, OHIO
Cleveland State University, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban
Affairs, its Center for Economic Development and its Forum Program are
organizing a Great Lakes Cities Symposium on October 2 - 4, 2003 in
Cleveland, Ohio.  The symposium will be held in collaboration with the
Great Lakes Economic Development (GLED) group’s Annual
Conference (October 2-3).

Check our website for details (agenda, speakers, registration forms,
hotels):

Registration fee: $80.00 (Full conference) -Register online, or by
phone: 216-523-7330

http://urban.csuohio.edu/forum/waterways/index.htm.

The focus of the symposium will be the regeneration of Great Lakes
cities and the economic impact of redeveloped waterfronts.  We invite
presentations on general urban economic development strategies as well.

ROUNDTABLE TOPICS PRESENTLY SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 2-3 ARE:

Brownfields and Waterfronts
Brownfields - Environmental Insurance
Changes in manufacturing: structural or temporary?
Chicago River Corridor Development and Lake Calumet
Clean Water, Healthy Communities
Cleveland Lakefront Development
Detroit River Clean Up & Economic Development Strategies
Downtown Redevelopment Strategies
Eco Tourism & Heritage Tourism
Economic Development Benefits of Contaminated Sediment Cleanup in
Waukegan Harbor
Economic Development Potential of National Heritage Corridor
Ferry Feasibility - Linking Cleveland to Canada
Great Lakes Sustainability
Hamilton, Ontario Harbor: Reclaiming the Water and Water's Edge
Mahoning Valley - Post Industrial River Valley Redevelopment
Northeast-Midwest Institute Great Lakes Mayors' Initiative
Niagara Region - Buffalo River Redevelopment
Public Perceptions of Toronto Waterfront
Redeveloping the Riverfront: 50 Years of Waterfront Redevelopment in
Downtown Pittsburgh

Saturday, October 4th – Final Symposium Event

WATERWAYS Public Forum:
“The Regeneration of Great Lakes Cities and Their Waterfronts”
Saturday, October 4, 2003, 9:00a.m. -12 noon; Levin College, CSU
Free and Open to the Public; Registration required
Check our website for details (agenda, speakers, registration):
http://urban.csuohio.edu/forum/waterways/index.htm


If you have any questions, please contact Rosemary Szubski, Forum
Program Coordinator, at 216.523.7495.




Symposium ~ Conference Messege.doc