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Washington State’s Integrated Planning Grants: Mapping the Road to Success

 
Publication number Date Published
15-09-055September 2015
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Author(s) Sandy Treccani, Tiffany Johnson, and Elaine Heim
Description This poster was presented by Toxics Cleanup Program’s Brownfields staff at the National Brownfields Conference, September 2-4, 2015, in Chicago, IL. It highlights the Toxics Cleanup Program’s unique Integrated Planning Grant program, which is part of our Remedial Action Grant program. Local governments can use no-match Integrated Planning Grants to plan brownfields cleanup and redevelopment before they invest a large amount of their community’s money. Full size of poster: 36 inches high x 84 inches long.

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Keywords Remedial Action Grants, integrated planning grant, brownfield
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