|From:||"Dan Durett" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Wed, 3 Mar 1999 14:03:00 -0800 (PST)|
|Subject:||Re: Need to research|
Caution id ok, but the historical record is there, both oral and primary source data. The need is to locate person/s capable of conducting the research. -----Original Message----- From: Raymond P Scattone <rayscatt@UDel.Edu> To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:13 PM Subject: Re: Brownfield to NPL - Need for Caution > >> Emery Graham wrote: >> >> > Has anyone considered the process of implementing the brownfield >> > assessment process; the searching of the historical record, deed and >> > title searches, reviewing old maps. The primary outcome from this >> > process is the discovery of likely candidates for more indepth >> > assessment and site testing for the presence of hazardous materials >> > that >> > >> > the historical research suggested might exist. > > Emery---this is Ray. You might also consider that in some areas >those histories are relatively hard to come by. In certain cases, >communities have had to rely more on the knowledge that community >residents possess of their communities to begin a listing of brownfields >sites. An excellent example of this is New Orleans. > In those cases community involvement is the MOST efficient means >of trying to initially assess brownfields porperties---with testing to >follow. Moreover, by relying on the unique knowledge that community >residents possess---it establishes a basis for them to have a say in other >activities related to the brownfields process. > >take care > > > > >> > Shreveport, LA did this for their EPA brownfields assessment pilot. >> >> >> >> > > >
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