Neighborhood Redevelopment Workshop

Posted by on June 2, 2006

Neighborhoods in Transition: Redevelopment and the Environment, An Introductory Community Workshop

I would like to invite you to a workshop in Northern Liberties on JUNE 10th.

The workshop is FREE and Northern Liberties restaurants will provide breakfast and lunch. AVEDA will provide gift bags.


Speakers include:
Making Decisions. David E. Hess former secretary of the DEP and head of Pennsylvania?s brownfield program.

Fundamentals of Risk. Cal Baier-Anderson, University of Maryland at Baltimore.

Managing Site Hazards. James Mosley, health and safety instructor

?Dust Police.? Rosa Hart Burenstine, Baltimore Community for Environmental Justice

Fundamentals of Institutional Controls. Stephen Merrill Smith, Computer Sciences Corporation

Neighborhood Revitalization and Sustainability. Karen Lowrie, Rutgers University?s Center for Neighborhood and Brownfields Redevelopment

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE Civic Organizations such as the Reading Viaduct will discuss building support for the conversion of the Reading Viaduct rail line into an elevated park (like The High Line in NYC) as well as the conversion of the waterfront Peco Generating Station into an art museum (like the Tate Modern in London).

Please come network!!!! ? to REGISTER please reply to this email or respond to For more information call 215.545.9692

Please circulate this flyer to anyone that may be interested!

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