Fw: Sept 15 BPC Workshop Economic Recovery, Infrastructure Funding and Air Quality: Progress or Stalemate
- Ahoy,The registration fee for this event is $50. Council members, if interested in attending and you would like $25 from our treasury to assist with the fee let me know.Phelps__________________________________________----- Original Message -----From: Bay Planning CoalitionTo: pmmc@...Sent: Monday, August 23, 2010Subject: Sept 15 BPC Workshop “Economic Recovery, Infrastructure Funding and Air Quality: Progress or Stalemate?”
Sponsorship OpportunitiesSponsorships are available. Plan to attend and SPONSOR the Workshop Series or one workshop of your choice. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities and benefits.Workshop 2
Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010
Workshop: 8:30am - 12:30pm
1333 Broadway, Ste. 800
Oakland, CAOther Workshops:
Workshop 3: Early November - Sea Level Change Adaptation Strategies: Innovations for our FutureDear Phelps,
What has happened to the Bay Area infrastructure projects funded under California 's Proposition 1B TCIF and air quality improvement projects and federal ARRA stim and TIGER grants? Will the CARB mandates and new BAAQMD CEQA guidelines be obstacles or opportunities for "simultaneous and continuous improvement" for the environment and the economy? Plan to attend the BPC "Economic Recovery, Infrastructure Funding and Air Quality: Progress or Stalemate" half-day, a.m. workshop on Wed. Sept. 15 at URS offices in Oakland. This workshop will:
- Evaluate progress towards economic recovery in the Bay Area based on a review of selected Bay Area projects funded by Prop. 1E and 1B, federal ARRA and TIGER grants;
- Assess the challenges of compliance with state and local air quality regulations;
- Identify strategies to address the environmental and funding challenges.
Learn more about this workshop ...
Workshop 2 Leading Sponsors:
This new and unique program, created by Bay Planning Coalition, consists of a series of three, half-day workshops to provide a forum for constructive dialogue on Bay management topics that require conversation, collaboration and problem-solving.
Workshop Series 2010 SponsorThe Bay Planning Coalition (BPC) is dedicated to ensuring that commerce, recreation, and the natural environment thrive in the Bay-Delta region. For more than 27 years, BPC has been a leader in building coalitions and consensus, and producing positive results that benefit the economic and environmental welfare of the public.Bay Planning Coalition, 10 Lombard Street, Suite 408, San Francisco, CA 94111
ph: (415) 397-2293 www.bayplanningcoalition.org
Bay Planning Coalition
Two Roundhouse Plaza
10 Lombard Street, Suite 408
San Francisco, California 94111