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The full Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) program has just past its one year anniversary.  The program was purported by the NJDEP to streamline the remediation of contaminated sites in New Jersey.  What has it accomplished? What are the impacts on redeveloping the urban areas of New Jersey? What are the pros and cons of the program?  What does the future hold? Join PlanSmart NJ for a Policy Briefing to learn more.

Thursday, September 12, 8:00- 10:50 AM

Library Auditorium
TCNJ Library
The College of New Jersey
2000 Pennington Road
Ewing, NJ

Agenda

8:00 AM Networking Continental Breakfast

8:30 Welcome and Introduction 
Ann Brady, Executive Director, PlanSmart NJ

8:35 – 8:45 Introduction PRESENTATION
Jorge Berkowitz, Vice President/Senior Associate, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services

8:45 – 8:50 PRESENTATION
Sharon McSwieny, Senior Project Manager, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services — May 2014 Deadline — Who and When?

8:50 –9:35 Questions to be Answered
Moderator: Jorge Berkowitz, Vice President/Senior Associate, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services

9:35 –9:50 Senator Bob Smith, Chair of the Energy and Environment Committee
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9:50 – 10:35 Impact on Development
Moderator: Jorge Berkowitz, Vice President/Senior Associate, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services

10:35 – 10:50 Question and Answer

10:50 Closing Remarks: Ann Brady, PlanSmart NJ

We applied for and expect to receive AICP CM and NJ CLE credits for this event. 

Thank you to our sponsor for their generous support:

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