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Seats Available – TOD Seminar on Development and Land Reuse around Honolulu’s Rail Stations



September 22, 2015 | 8:30am – 3:00pm

While you might not think that a Brownfields Seminar would have much to do with TOD, attendees to next week’s seminar will have an exceptional opportunity to hear from experts about the re-development and re-use of land.

Organized by the  Department of Health in conjunction with the Department of Planning and Permitting – TOD as well as The Center for Creative Land Recycling, the seminar will address environmental considerations as well as the opportunities available to reuse lands in support of creating a better future for all of us.

Local developer Stanford Carr will deliver the keynote address during lunch while the morning session will feature an impressive line up of speakers from both the public and private sectors. The afternoon is devoted to the “nuts and bolts” of dealing with environmental concerns and will finish up with informal round table discussions with the participating experts.

Click Here to View Full Agenda

And, yes, that is me leading off the 11:30am session followed by George Atta, Christine Camp and Scott Rodie. I will definitely be in illustrious company and plan to bring my A-game!

Please join us.

Click here to view full details and register to join in person.
Click here to sign up to join the live stream of the seminar. 

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Project Lead for the Colliers Hawaii Transit-Oriented Development Group. The Honolulu Rail Transit project is underway and the time is now to work together to ensure that we have thriving communities that promote health, opportunity and sustainability for everyone. Now is the time to communicate and connect our visions for the future while working to make them happen.

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