Roger Register and Beth Norman lead discussions on brownfields at the Northwest Florida Brownfields Redevelopment Forum
Roger Register and Beth Norman will moderate two round table discussions at this year’s Northwest Florida Brownfields Redevelopment Forum, June 6 in Panama City, Florida.
Roger will moderate the Technical Round Table, which will address options and approaches to site closure in accordance with Chapter 62-780, F.A.C. The panel will share examples of successfully overcoming technical issues while redeveloping brownfield sites.
Beth will moderate the Incentives Round Table, which will revolve around leveraging resources and funds to augment grant dollars. In addition, benefits and incentives available through the Brownfields program will be discussed.
The Northwest Florida Brownfields Redevelopment is designed to expand knowledge of the economic and environmental benefits of brownfields redevelopment. This year’s event will include interactive discussions of brownfields assessment and cleanup, local success stories, updates to Florida laws governing brownfields sites and economic incentives of brownfields redevelopment. Visit the website to learn more.
Roger has more than 21 years of brownfields experience, including working with federal and state brownfield programs and EPA brownfield grantees to deliver projects focused on sustainable and viable alternatives/solutions for impacted communities. He previously served as the first Brownfields Program Manager for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) providing state-wide management of the Brownfields Redevelopment Program. Roger is a current board member of the Georgia Brownfields Association and a past president and former board member of the Florida Brownfields Association.
Beth has over 19 years of experience in the environmental arena and over the past seven years as a member of the Cardno Brownfields Team. She has extensive and comprehensive experience working with grantees, from inception where she assists clients in the grant writing and submittal process, to supporting grantees in day-to-day grant management, compliance, reporting and ACRES tracking, to searching for creative ways for grantees to leverage resources, through partnerships, both internal and external local municipalities.