|Date:||28 Jan 1998 08:50:41|
|Subject:||The Brownfields Report 3rd Annual Conference (fwd)|
In case you have not already received their announcement, here is what the Brownfields Report says about their upcoming converence: "" The Brownfields Report presents Its 3rd Annual Conference: Brownfields: Innovative Tools that Work", March 26-27, 1998 in Baltimore, MD. The Brownfields Report is the first independent source devoted to the growing movement of reclaiming contaminated urban sites. This semi-monthly newsletter covers legal, financial, regulatory, business and political aspects of brownfields. It is the primary source for federal, state and local regulators, corporate and environmental attorneys, economic development officials, environmental bankers, and contractors and developers. Why Attend This Brownfields Conference? Brownfields is becoming what policy analysts call a "mature issue." New ideas are proliferating: cities are finding innovative ways to attract developers; developers are finding new uses for old industrial sites; and state and federal brownfields programs are being fine-tuned. Increasingly, brownfields are recognized as realistic and profitable investment opportunities and critical elements in regional economic revitalization plans across the country. Attend "Brownfields: Innovative Tools That Work" to learn about the latest and most effective means to revitalize brownfields- from site location to financing and insurance. This conference will help you make the most of local, state and federal programs. Join experts from across the country for a series of pertinent and useful presentations highlighting recent successful, innovative brownfields tools. Network with the people and organizations in the forefront of brownfields revitalization. What You Will Learn Learn about successful brownfields revitalization projects: how they began, were financed,and implemented. Learn the best techniques to get insurance to pay you. Find out about the most recently enacted and proposed federal legislation. Learn about what money is available for brownfields and how others have leveraged these resources. Learn the most efficient techniques to identify and evaluate serviceable brownfields - find out how internet resources reduce research time and offer decision-support services. Please click on the following address to review the conference schedule. http://www.kingpublishing.com/g-8.html""
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