Team Up for Community Clean-Up Workshop One

    Thursday, Oct 6, 2016 -

    Time: 5:30pm - 8:45am

    Workshop One will focus on Community Clean-Up Strategies & Legal Options:  What takes priority and what is legal?Cost is $20 per workshop OR $50 if you sign up for all three (must be paid by October 6), dinner includedTo register: email kate@scedd.us or call 308.455.4769Click here for flyer

    Location


    Team Concepts
    301 Central Ave
    Kearney, NE 68847

    Event Fees:


    $ 20.00 Registration Fee

    Brownfields Resources Workshop

    Thursday, Oct 20, 2016 -

    Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm

    Click here for flyer

    Click here for registration

    Northeast Community College, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ)and the Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program at Kansas State University inviteyou to attend a brownfields resources workshop on Thursday, October 20. The workshop willrun from 9:00 a.m. until about 4:00 p.m. Cost is free and lunch will be provided, butregistration is required.Does your community have an abandoned building, gas station, or other potentiallycontaminated property, commonly referred to as a 'brownfield', that is impeding yourcommunity’s future growth? Do you look at these sites and wonder where funding could comefrom to help turn them into new businesses or community amenities? This workshop will focuson the various resources available to assist with redevelopment of brownfields sites to bringthem back to beneficial use.Who should attend? Local and regional government, economic development staff, not-forprofiteconomic and community development organizations, bankers, realtors, developersand others interested in financial resources for local redevelopment.Workshop attendees can expect to: Learn what a brownfield is and develop skills in identifying brownfields in their communities Learn about cleanup and other funding available to communities and how to access them Participate in one-on-one discussions with representatives from funding programs Hear about communities who have successfully applied for and utilized various types of funding

    Location


    Northeast Community College Lifelong Learning Center
    801 E Benjamin Avenue
    Norfolk, NE 68701

    Event Fees:


    Rural Futures Initiative - Connecting Young Nebraskans

    Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 -

    Time: 7:00pm - 7:00pm


    Location


    Chances R Restaurant & Lounge
    124 West 5th STreet
    York, NE

    Event Fees:


    $ 79.00 Registration Fee
    $ 25.00 Student Registration Fee


    Team Up for Community Clean-Up Workshop One

    Thursday, Oct 6, 2016 -

    Time: 5:30pm - 8:45am

    Workshop One will focus on Community Clean-Up Strategies & Legal Options:  What takes priority and what is legal?Cost is $20 per workshop OR $50 if you sign up for all three (must be paid by October 6), dinner includedTo register: email kate@scedd.us or call 308.455.4769Click here for flyer

    Location


    Team Concepts
    301 Central Ave
    Kearney, NE 68847

    Event Fees:


    $ 20.00 Registration Fee

    Brownfields Resources Workshop

    Thursday, Oct 20, 2016 -

    Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm

    Click here for flyer

    Click here for registration

    Northeast Community College, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ)and the Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program at Kansas State University inviteyou to attend a brownfields resources workshop on Thursday, October 20. The workshop willrun from 9:00 a.m. until about 4:00 p.m. Cost is free and lunch will be provided, butregistration is required.Does your community have an abandoned building, gas station, or other potentiallycontaminated property, commonly referred to as a 'brownfield', that is impeding yourcommunity’s future growth? Do you look at these sites and wonder where funding could comefrom to help turn them into new businesses or community amenities? This workshop will focuson the various resources available to assist with redevelopment of brownfields sites to bringthem back to beneficial use.Who should attend? Local and regional government, economic development staff, not-forprofiteconomic and community development organizations, bankers, realtors, developersand others interested in financial resources for local redevelopment.Workshop attendees can expect to: Learn what a brownfield is and develop skills in identifying brownfields in their communities Learn about cleanup and other funding available to communities and how to access them Participate in one-on-one discussions with representatives from funding programs Hear about communities who have successfully applied for and utilized various types of funding

    Location


    Northeast Community College Lifelong Learning Center
    801 E Benjamin Avenue
    Norfolk, NE 68701

    Event Fees:


    Rural Futures Initiative - Connecting Young Nebraskans

    Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 -

    Time: 7:00pm - 7:00pm


    Location


    Chances R Restaurant & Lounge
    124 West 5th STreet
    York, NE

    Event Fees:


    $ 79.00 Registration Fee
    $ 25.00 Student Registration Fee


    Team Up for Community Clean-Up Workshop One

    Thursday, Oct 6, 2016 -

    Time: 5:30pm - 8:45am

    Workshop One will focus on Community Clean-Up Strategies & Legal Options:  What takes priority and what is legal? Cost is $20 per workshop OR $50 if you sign up for all three (must be paid by October 6), dinner included To register: email kate@scedd.us or call 308.455.4769 Click here for flyer

    Location


    Team Concepts
    301 Central Ave
    Kearney, NE 68847

    Event Fees:


    $ 20.00 Registration Fee

    Brownfields Resources Workshop

    Thursday, Oct 20, 2016 -

    Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm

    Click here for flyer

    Click here for registration

    Northeast Community College, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) and the Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program at Kansas State University invite you to attend a brownfields resources workshop on Thursday, October 20. The workshop will run from 9:00 a.m. until about 4:00 p.m. Cost is free and lunch will be provided, but registration is required. Does your community have an abandoned building, gas station, or other potentially contaminated property, commonly referred to as a 'brownfield', that is impeding your community’s future growth? Do you look at these sites and wonder where funding could come from to help turn them into new businesses or community amenities? This workshop will focus on the various resources available to assist with redevelopment of brownfields sites to bring them back to beneficial use. Who should attend? Local and regional government, economic development staff, not-forprofit economic and community development organizations, bankers, realtors, developers and others interested in financial resources for local redevelopment. Workshop attendees can expect to:  Learn what a brownfield is and develop skills in identifying brownfields in their communities  Learn about cleanup and other funding available to communities and how to access them  Participate in one-on-one discussions with representatives from funding programs  Hear about communities who have successfully applied for and utilized various types of funding

    Location


    Northeast Community College Lifelong Learning Center
    801 E Benjamin Avenue
    Norfolk, NE 68701

    Event Fees:


    Rural Futures Initiative - Connecting Young Nebraskans

    Thursday, Oct 27, 2016 -

    Time: 7:00pm - 7:00pm


    Location


    Chances R Restaurant & Lounge
    124 West 5th STreet
    York, NE

    Event Fees:


    $ 79.00 Registration Fee
    $ 25.00 Student Registration Fee

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