Public Workshop to be Held on Brownfield Sites, Community Redevelopment Opportunities

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In coordination with the National Association of Development Organizations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will participate in a two-day public workshop March 29-30 at the Northern Arizona University campus in Flagstaff, Ariz. to educate cities, towns, redevelopment agencies and community members located along the Route 66 corridor and northeastern Arizona on how to reuse and redevelop abandoned or unused sites with environmental contamination. Nationally renowned and local speakers on Brownfields redevelopment will discuss how to identify, assess, fund, clean up and redevelop key Brownfields sites that will support community development goals. The workshop is co-sponsored by the City of Flagstaff, Northern Arizona Council of Governments, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, the National Association of Development Organizations Research Foundation, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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