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Jul 2012
July 25, 2012
Game Changers in State Brownfield Programs | Bloomberg BNA -- Webinar

The cleanup and redevelopment of brownfield sites has always been a challenge, often requiring government assistance and financial incentives to make projects economically viable. While almost every state has a legal framework in place to support brownfields redevelopment, some states have been more successful than others in addressing these sites. As such, the evolution of state programs continues and recent changes in programs in Connecticut, Michigan, and New York in particular, will have significant impacts on how brownfields redevelopment happens in each respective state but may also influence changes to other states brownfield programs.

Bloomberg BNA and the National Brownfield Association (NBA) invite you to join a distinguished panel to discuss these cutting-edge changes in state brownfield programs:
  • Robert Colangelo (Moderator) -Executive Director, National Brownfield Association
  • John Byl - Partner, Norcross Warner (Michigan)
  • Dave Flynn - Partner, Phillips Lytle LLP (New York)
  • Elizabeth C. Barton - Partner, Day Pitney LLP (Connecticut)


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