|Date:||Mon, 9 Oct 2000 09:20:54 -0700 (PDT)|
|Subject:||[CPEO-BIF] Sustainable Brownfields Redevelopment at Brownfields 2000|
Three presentations and one poster provide insight into the Sustainable Brownfields Process (SBR), the Next Generation brownfields initiative based on ASTM Standard 1984-98 and designed to implement 'best practices' in a multi-stakeholder environment, will be featured at Brownfields 2000. On Wednesday afternoon from 1-2:30pm, a presentation will occur in Room 308-309, on the Went Field Park Restoration and Expansion project. Went Field is located in an Enterprise Community in Bridgeport, Ct. This project, now in construction, has utilized the SBR process for two years. The project has attracted $4mm in state, federal, city and other support; achieved consensus around the reuse and expansion of the park; and used stakeholder involvement to fight crime and eliminate blight from the neighborhood. Residents and city officials as well as environmental health professionals will be on hand to discuss the project and share lessons learned about the process. On Thursday morning, from 10:30-12pm in Room 409, The Partnership for Sustainable Brownfields Redevelopment, will present a new evaluation for planning and determining the success of a multi-stakeholder brownfields redevelopment process. This new tool will be shared with participants and feedback will be sought. On Thursday afternoon from 2:00-3:30pm, Tim Fields will moderate a panel on the Superfund Redevelopment Initiative. The Avtex Redevelopment Initiative, which has been piloting the SBR process for two years, will be featured. Representatives from EPA, FMC Corporation, and the Warren County-Front Royal Economic Development Authority will present progress to date including a plan for a 200-acre Park along the Shenandoah River. Haddam, Ct. will present a poster on their SBR process will includes brownfeilds sites around the Town Center. The process implemented in Haddam includes a town-wide survey and engagement of all major stakeholder groups in town. By visiting one or more of these sessions, you can learn how to implement the SBR process at your sites and in your community. See how others are rebuilding communities as they redevelop sites. See you at Brownfields 2000. Michael Taylor Vita Nuova LLC 97 Head of Meadow Rd Newtown, CT 06470 (203)270-3413 (203)270-3422 fax firstname.lastname@example.org ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To read CPEO's archived Brownfields messages visit http://www.cpeo.org/lists/brownfields If this email has been forwarded to you and you'd like to subscribe, please send a message to email@example.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ___________________________________________________________ T O P I C A The Email You Want. http://www.topica.com/t/16 Newsletters, Tips and Discussions on Your Favorite Topics
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