|From:||"Seth, W. Andrew" <firstname.lastname@example.org> (by way of "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>)|
|Date:||Fri, 4 Jun 1999 14:07:29 -0700 (PDT)|
|Subject:||June 14 - Smart Growth Business Roundtable in DC|
Register Today For This Important Event! THE SMART GROWTH BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE Business Leaders to Discuss the Economic Benefits of Reducing Sprawl A number of American business leaders are beginning to recognize that sprawl can raise the cost of doing business and reduce long-term profitability. This is a key finding of a new study, "Profiles of Business Leadership on Smart Growth: New Partnerships Demonstrate the Economic Benefits of Reducing Sprawl," to be released on June 14 in Washington, DC. Join national business leaders and government officials in Washington, DC for a roundtable discussion of the economic impacts of sprawl and the strategies businesses are identifying to preserve quality of life, improve access to labor, promote economic development, and protect open space. ROUNDTABLE PARTICIPANTS WILL INCLUDE (Partial List): Bank of America Consumers Energy DaimlerChrysler Interface, Inc. MCI Center National Realty Committee Providence Energy Corp. Sierra Business Council Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group Terry Kaufman, Lancaster County (invited) Washington, DC Mayor Anthony Williams (invited) Featuring: U.S. EPA Administrator Carol Browner Moderator: Sanford Unger DATE: Monday, June 14, 1999 WHERE: Hotel Washington 515 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC TIME: 10:30-12:00 The new study and roundtable are sponsored by the National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals (NALGEP), a national organization representing the nation's leading city and county environmental managers. You are also welcome to attend the press conference to release NALGEP's new study, which will take place at 9:30 prior to the press conference at the Hotel Washington. Space at the event will be limited. If you are interested in attending the event or purchasing a copy of the report, please return the attached form, or contact NALGEP at (202) 638-6254. Founded in 1993 by a group of local officials, NALGEP is the premier national organization representing local government professionals responsible for environmental compliance and the development and implementation of local environmental policy. NALGEP has launched several exciting projects to identify and promote new resources and incentives for local community efforts in the areas of brownfields revitalization, smart growth and air quality improvements. Visit NALGEP's web site at www.nalgep.org.
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