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Fw: Course Announcement - Nuts & Bolts of Redeveloping Brownfields (and other contaminated properties) for Local Government



Many communities have been left with vacant contaminated land that
blights local neighborhoods and undermines the local tax base.   The
Nuts & Bolts of Redeveloping Brownfields (and other contaminated
properties) for Local Government training course addresses the issues
and obstacles to redeveloping contaminated sites for productive reuse.
Participants learn how many communities have overcome obstacles and
stimulated successful redevelopment by characterizing and assembling
parcels, cleaning up sites, and using public and private funds to
attract redevelopment.

This year's course is being hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) Region 7, the Northeast Midwest Institute, and Great Lakes
Environmental Planning and will be held at the Discovery Center, located
at 4750 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Missouri from July 31 through August
4.  Participants will hear from experts in topical areas such as the
economics of brownfield redevelopment, environmental site assessments,
underground storage tanks, historic preservation incentives, legal
liabilities associated with contaminated sites, sustainable
redevelopment, funding opportunities, among many others.  A course
agenda is attached.

The course fee is $350 per participant which includes a continental
breakfast and lunch.  Registration is available on-line at:

www.delta-institute.org/gleplanning/gleplanning.php

Lodging for the course is available at the following hotels:

   Quarterage Hotel, 560 Westport Road, Kansas City, MO  64111.  Phone
   number (800) 942-4233.  A $91/night, single room/non-smoking rate is
   being made available for participants.
   Sheraton Suites Country Club Plaza, 770 West 47th Street, Kansas
   City, MO  64112.  $91/night, single room/non-smoking rate is also
   available.

Please mention the name of the conference when making reservations to
obtain the group rate.

For more information on this training opportunity, please contact David
Doyle, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 7, at 913-551-7667
or by email at <doyle.david@epa.gov>

(See attached file: Nuts n Bolts 06 agenda.doc)

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