Brownfield Redevlopment in Michigan

Start Date
10/04/2018
End Date
10/04/2018
Description
This session will present and discuss how brownfeld redevelopment works, what funding sources are available, which activities are eligible, and present a major proposal to redevelop the historic Vicksburg Paper Mill that
illustrates brownfeld redevelopment in action. Presenters will show how a local brownfeld authority works with developers and community partners, discuss funding available from both the local and State level and demonstrate
how the many pieces of the puzzle have been put together in Vicksburg.
Location
Kalamazoo, MI
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Development Trends
Parks & Recreation
Remediation / Brownfields
Residential Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
1. An overview of brownfield redevelopment in Michigan: what/who is eligible, State authorizing laws, TIF funding, KCBRA funding available and program, etc.
2. State level financing aspects of brownfield redevelopment: State funding available and who/what qualifies.
3. Case study on a transformational brownfield redevelopment project: building renovation, site improvements and programmed activities.
Instructors
Rachel Grover, Mike Gurnee, Ken Peregon, Jackie Koney
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Provider
Michigan Chapter-American Society of Landscape Architects


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