fyi - to anyone who is interested please contact Genvieve D'Amico (312) 353-4761.
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- Subject: Invitation to Citizen Training
- From: Lodisio.Laura@epamail.epa.gov
- Date: Mon, 14 May 2001 09:51:15 -0500Hi Rebecca, Here is the info. on the Citizens' Training that I mentioned last week, to be held this coming weekend in Dearborn. As you will note, the registration deadline has passed, but if you know of anyone that might be interested they can give Genvieve D'Amico (312) 353-4761a call. I think there is still room, so I don't think it will be a problem. Laura ---------------------- Forwarded by Laura Lodisio/R5/USEPA/US on 05/14/2001 09:46 AM --------------------------- Genevieve Damico 03/02/2001 08:48 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, BUHLL@state.mi.us, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Rileyki@egr.msu.edu, Kmilberg@aol.com, Isaacmec@voyager.net, email@example.com, Swdev@flash.net, Lickfelt@egr.msu.edu cc: Pamela Blakley/R5/USEPA/US@EPA, Robert Miller/R5/USEPA/US@EPA, Laura Hartman/R5/USEPA/US@EPA, Laura Lodisio/R5/USEPA/US@EPA, Laura David/R5/USEPA/US@EPA, Candace Carraway/RTP/USEPA/US@EPA bcc: Subject: Invitation to Citizen Training (See attached file: invitationMI.wpd)(See attached file: draftMIagenda.wpd) I will be sending this list out to the people who have expressed interest in this to me. Please forward this to any and all interested parties that you know about. Here is the same information if you can't open word perfect documents. Clean Air Act Operating Permits How Can You Get Involved? Title V of the Clean Air Act requires operating permits for existing major stationary sources of air pollution. The Title V permit unites state and federal pollution control requirements into one comprehensive document to form a terrific compliance tool. Title V provides unique opportunities for public involvement. Learning how the process works can be one of the most effective means the public can have to protect local air quality, your health and your neighborhood. Workshop on Citizen Participation in the Title V Air Permitting Process Presenters include Keri Powell, New York Public Interest Group, Alex Sagedy, Sierra Club, U.S. EPA, and local air quality regulators. May 18 and 19 ACCESS Employment and Human Services Center 6451 Schaefer Road Dearborn, Michigan 48126 This workshop will: ' Introduce citizens to the Title V permit process ' Explain the local, state and federal role in Title V permitting ' Give citizens tools, skills, and reference materials to help them review Title V permits ' Explain various options available for citizens to participate in the Title V permitting process Who should attend: ' Community activists ' Environmental activists ' Concerned citizens who live near major stationary sources of air pollution ' Concerned citizens who are involved in air permit issues ' Concerned citizens who have an interest in becoming involved in air pollution control issues N Registration is due May 4. Space is limited to 50 participants. There is no registration fee. H Dearborn Lodging suggestions: Courtyard By Marriott, 5200 Mercury Dr. (313) 271-1400, Ramada Limited, 13181 Michigan Ave. (313) 945-8845, Days Inn, 12800 Michigan Ave. (313) 582-9232. ? For more information about registration or questions regarding the workshop, contact Genevieve Damico, at EPA Region 5 at (312) 353-4761 (firstname.lastname@example.org) Co-sponsored by: U.S. EPA, MDEQ, Wayne County Department of Environment, East Michigan Environmental Action Council, Southwest Detroit Environmental Vision, Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, Technical Outreach Services for Communities, and Michigan Environmental Council. Registration Form Citizen Participation in the Title V Air Permitting Process *********************** Workshop Hours: Friday, May 18 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday, May 19 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Name _________________________________________ Organizational Affiliation (if any)________________________________________ Address____________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ Phone ____________________________ FAX___________________________________ E-mail Address ____________________________________________ There will be a catered lunch available on Saturday, May 19. The cost is expected to be $10 due at Check-in. Please indicate if you are interested in participating in the lunch. Yes No My experience level: _____ I am new to air quality regulations and issues _____ I have some limited experience with air quality regulations _____ I have experience with air quality issues, but not Title V _____ I have experience with reviewing Title V permits Reason for attending workshop _____ I am an environmental or community activist _____ I am an environmental professional _____ I represent a governmental agency Return to: Genevieve Damico USEPA (AR-18J) 77 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60604 FAX (312) 886-5824 GOTOBUTTON BM_1_ email@example.com Space is limited, so register EARLY! You will receive confirmation of your registration prior to the workshop. If you have any special accommodation requirements, please contact us. Draft Agenda Citizen Participation in the Title V Air Permitting Process *********************** May 18th 6:00pm-9:00pm 5:30-6:00 Check-in 6:00-6:15 Welcome and Introductions 6:15-6:45 Introduction to Air Pollution Permitting 6:45-7:45 Preparing for Permit Review Targeting your review Meeting your deadlines Understanding a MI permit 7:45-8:00 Break 8:00-9:00 Preparing for Permit Review Obtaining all necessary information *********************** May 19th 8:00am-4:00pm 7:30-8:00 Check-in 8:00-9:00 Permit Review Permit Shield Practical Enforceability Monitoring Language limiting enforceability of the permit 9:00-9:45 Strategies for Reviewing a Title V Permit Identify the underlying source for any requirement mentioned in the permit application and draft permit 9:45-10:00 Break 10:00-12:00 Strategies for Reviewing a Title V Permit Review the permit application for helpful information Review the Statement of Basis Evaluate the adequacy of general conditions 12:00-1:00 Lunch 1:00-2:30 Strategies for Reviewing a Title V Permit Check to see if source-specific air quality requirements are correctly incorporated into the permit Determine whether any federal requirements are incorrectly identified as state-only in the draft permit 2:30-2:45 Break 2:45-3:30 Submitting Comments on a Draft Title V Permit 3:30-4:00 Objections and Petitions
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