Brownfields Redevelopment in Rural North Dakota
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About the Event
Do you own an abandoned building, old gas station, junk yard or other potentially contaminated property that you would like to renovate or sell; or are you thinking about buying this kind of property? Are you hesitant to move forward with a transaction due to concerns over environmental liability and the related expense?
You are invited to attend a free Brownfields Workshop on July 10 which is being co-hosted by Souris Basin Planning Council (SBPC) and the Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program at Kansas State University.
This workshop is designed to help you and your community gain a better understanding of what a Brownfield is, learn how Brownfield revitalization can be a part of your community’s economic development strategy, and hear from state and national leaders on resources available to you and your community.
Who should attend? Real estate, legal and banking professionals, contractors and developers, local and regional government officials, not-for-profit economic and community development organizations, and anyone interested in learning about Brownfields or about financial resources for local redevelopment.
Space is limited to 30 participants!
Click here to review the draft agenda!