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  • J.H. Crawford
    Anyone interested in going? It s $300-400 to attend. J. ... J.H. Crawford . Carfree Cities mailbox@carfree.com
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      Anyone interested in going? It's $300-400 to attend.

      >From: White.Roberta@...
      >Date: Tue, 21 Dec 2010 12:11:39 -0500
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      > 12/21/2010 12:12:18 PM
      >To: undisclosed-recipients:;
      >The 10th annual New Partners for Smart Growth: Building Safe, Healthy
      >and More Livable Communities Conference in Charlotte, NC is right around
      >the corner — Februarry 3-5 in fact! This is the largest and most
      >comprehensive conference focused on smart growth and sustainable
      >communities held in U.S. each year, and not one to miss.
      >The multi-disciplinary program includes dynamic plenaries, in-depth
      >implementation workshops, cutting edge breakouts featuring the latest
      >research, case studies, tool and strategies, and tours of local model
      >projects. The line-up of over 400 speakers is stellar, with
      >international and national expertise mixed with local and regional “know
      >how”. We expect 95% of the over 100 sessions to be AICP accredited.
      >The program this year also has a strong underlying them of financing and
      >capacity-building — important and timely topics for state and local
      >goveernments, NGOs, and the grassroots organizations working in the
      >trenches on critical smart growth issues across the country.
      >Additional emphasis is being placed this year on providing as many
      >networking opportunities for participants as possible. Beyond the usual
      >informal networking opportunities offered — the number one reason peoplle
      >attend this event — conference planners are organiziing networking forums
      >that will focus timely issues such as: the unique challenges of smart
      >growth in small towns and rural areas; new federal technical assistance
      >for sustainable communities; advocacy building at the local and national
      >level; continuing the conversation on better connecting environmental
      >justice, equitable development and smart growth; smart growth
      >strategies, tools and resources in southern states; and Health Impact
      >Assessments for new and experienced practitioners. We expect others to
      >be added before and during the conference.
      >SIGN UP NOW! The conference registration deadline is January 14th!
      >Register at http://www.newpartners.org/registration.html.
      >The deadline to receive the reduced group rate for this event ($95) at
      >the Westin Charlotte Hotel is January 10th. Call 1-866-837-4148 and
      >indicate that you are attending the New Partners Conference.
      >Roberta Lane White, Management Analyst
      >U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
      >Office of Sustainable Communities
      >Mail Code: 1807T
      >1200 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
      >Washington, D.C. 20460
      >Visit www.newpartners.org to register NOW for the 10th Annual New
      >Partners for Smart Growth Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina on
      >February 3-5, 2011.

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      J.H. Crawford . Carfree Cities
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