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Brownfields:: Reclaiming Land for Community Needs on May 30, 2002 at the Whittier Hilton Hotel

Southern California Association of Governments


Find out about new Federal initiatives and State legislation to clean up Brownfields and stimulate economic development;

Review the conditions that contribute to abandonment and document what is needed to achieve reuse goals and promote jobs;

Learn how to navigate the regulatory maze in coordinating private, public and community involvement in site selection, funding, insuring and dealing with liability and other environmental restoration issues and barriers;

Interactive dialogue about successful pilot programs and demonstration projects;

Share ideas about what can be done to promote a smart growth agenda that encourages Brownfield redevelopment and environmental justice; and

Participate in a discussion with Senator Martha Escutia about Next Steps for Brownfield Policy in California.

Related Link: Housing Southern Californians

For more information contact:

Norma Edith García
Southern California Association of Governments
818 W. 7th Street
Los Angeles
CA 90017

Phone: (213) 236-1831
Fax: (213) 236-1963
Email: [email protected]

Published on:
April 17, 2002 - 1:31pm
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