April 25, 2008
As development has moved into rural and unincorporated areas, counties across the nation are increasingly left to provide solutions for these vacant properties. Brownfields are no longer an urban/metropolitan problem. Counties are finding opportunities to partner with municipal governments, state and federal agencies and the private sector to convert vacant and potentially contaminated sites into a wide range of uses from parks and wildlife areas to commercial and industrial properties.
The National Association of Counties (NACo) is hosting a three-part Brownfields Webinar Series from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. EST. Key Topics Include: What Makes a Valuable Property?, Quantifying the Value of Sites, Insuring Appropriate Uses, Addressing Environmental Liabilities, Meeting Public Needs, Developing an Appropriate Disposition Process, Negotiating with Developers.
* Michael Taylor, Facilitator and National Brownfields Expert
* Barry Hersh, Brownfields Developer
To register for this free series, visit NACo Brownfields Webinar Series or contact James Davenport at 202-661-8807.