March 17, 2009 at 12:00 am
SPONSORED BY: Eaton Peabody
Join MEREDA on Thursday, April 29, 2009 from 7:30 – 9:00 AM at the Sea Dog Banquet & Conference Center, 26 Front Street, Bangor, ME as our panelist Heather Parent of Eaton Peabody identifies the tools available to a property owner to redevelop contaminated property, and outlines the steps necessary to accomplish the redevelopment. These tools will enable a property owner to turn a property that is undesirable to one that contributes to the general economic growth of the community. The presentation will include discussions on:
- Liability protections for innocent landowners and prospective purchasers under the Federal Brownfields laws
- Securing liability protections under State VRAP laws
- Opportunities for grants for investigation and cleanup of contaminated property
- Discussion of the VRAP Program
- Who is eligible?
- Who should be considering the program?
- How do you enter the program?
- What does the program cost?
- What is the timing of the program?
- Does this program work for small-scale projects?
- What liability protections are secured?
- Examples of redeveloped properties through the Brownfields and VRAP programs
Register On or Before April 24, 2009: MEREDA Member: $25.00 pp | Non-Members: $35.00 pp
Register After April 24, 2009: Member: $35.00 pp | Non-Members: $45.00 pp
To register or for more information, please contact Shelly R. Clark at the MEREDA office at (207) 874-0801, or email at email@example.com.
Founded in 1985, MEREDA is an organization of commercial real estate owners, developers and related service providers, whose mission is to promote an environment for responsible development and ownership of real estate throughout the State of Maine.
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