Join us to increase your understanding of brownfield redevelopment in the Greater Philadelphia region. This workshop is geared towards municipalities and non-profit groups who are interested in learning about federal Brownfields funding programs to support their individual community revitalization efforts.
This workshop is a partnership between U.S EPA, Region 3, the New Jersey Intitute of of Technology (NJIT) Technical Assistance, and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC).
Agenda (subject to chage)
8:30 - 9:00 am Registration and Networking (Light Breakfast to be Served)
9:00 - 9:15 am Welcome Remarks
9:15 -10:00 am Overview of Brownfields and EPA Programs
10:05 -10:35 am Pennsylvania Land Recycling Programs
10:35 am Break
10:45 -11:30 am Pennsyvlania Community & Economic Development (PADCED) Programs
11:30 -11:40 am DVRPC Programs
11:40 - 12:00 pm Local Partner Success Stories
12:00 pm – 12:20 pm Discussion (Share your Community's Brownfield Challenges)
12:30 pm Adjourn
Ms. Karen Cilurso, AICP/PP, Manager, Office of Community & Economic Development, DVRPC
Ms. Elizabeth Limbrick, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) TAB
Ms. Stephanie Branch, U.S.Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 3
Mr. Ragesh Patel, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP)
Mr. Brian Eckert, Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development (PADCED)
Mr. Greg Firely, AMO Environmental Decisions
Additional Speakers TBD
AICP Certification Maintenance Credit
The American Planning Association (APA) passed a Certification Maintenance (CM) program to guide continuing education for those that have received American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification. DVRPC is a registered CM provider. This event has been approved for 3.0 CM credits.
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