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The CEPM provides research and technical assistance to local, state, and tribal governments, businesses and non-profit organizations regarding sustainable environmental policy and program development and evaluation.
The University of Louisville Center for Environmental Policy and Management (CEPM) seeks to provide research and technical assistance to local, state, and tribal governments, businesses and non-profit organizations regarding sustainable environmental policy and program development and evaluation. The CEPM houses the UofL Environmental Finance Center serving EPA Region 4. The EFC@UofL is a member of the Environmental Finance Center Network (EFCN) which allows us to access environmental experts from across the country from 10 different academic institutions.
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18th Street Corridor Community Meeting and Open House Tuesday, September 9, 2014 5:00pm-6:30pm California Community Center 1600 West Saint Catherine Street Louisville, KY 40210 Louisville Metro Department of Economic Development is hosting a meeting to discuss the 18th Street Corridor Report and give residents a chance to learn more about other efforts taking place in the area. The Report was developed by the University of Louisville Center for Environmental Policy and Management as a resource kit that provides information to support the revitalization the corridor. Please join us for a chance to learn more. Refreshments will be served! For more information call Louisville Metro Department of Economic Development (502) 574-4140.
WJCCTF Meeting for Tuesday, Feb. 17, is cancelled due to inclement weather.
West Jefferson County Community Task Force Meeting The next scheduled WJCCTF Community meeting is Tuesday, February 17th. Location: NIA Center-2900 West Broadway-3rd Floor Conference Room Time: Refreshments will be served at 5:30 pm. Meeting starts at 6:00 pm Agenda: 1.Update on the Air Toxics Monitoring Program 2. Update on the Black Leaf Chemical Site 3. Update on the 2015 EPA Environmental Justice Workshop-Louisville, KY 4. Guest Speaker- Mr. Sean Alteri, Director-Division for Air Quality (Commonwealth of KY.) The Division for Air Quality is the state agency primarily responsible for enforcing the state and federal air quality standards in the Commonwealth of Kentucky with the goal of protecting public health and welfare. Also they have provided funding for the Air Toxics Monitoring in Jefferson County.
Louisville Metro Council President David Tandy, District 5 Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton and MSD will share plans concerning the Portland Wharf area basin and green infrastructure projects located in the vicinity of N 17th and Bank streets. The meeting will be held Monday, February 9th at Western Middle School located at 2201 West Main Street at 6:30 P.M. This informational session will provide an opportunity for you to learn about projects MSD will construct in your neighborhood to address untreated sewage entering our local waterways during rain events. District 5 Residents are urged to attend & find out what is planned for your neighborhood. If you are unable to attend, questions and comments pertaining to this plan may also be submitted via email at commentsIOAP@msdlouky.org