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Eastern Shore Land Conservacy Annual Planning Conference: Transportation

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This was the second conference that I planned for the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy with over 200 attending.

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Eastern Shore Land Conservacy Annual Planning Conference: Transportation

  1. 1. Where are the Eastern Shore’s Roads Taking Us? A Regional transportation Summite Friday, November 7, 2008 Chesapeake College, wye mills Campus 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m
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  3. 3. C 8:15 RegistRation and LocaL continentaL BReakfast Sip on some spiced cider and autumn treats made with local farm products.o 9:00 Welcome: Rob Etgen, Executive Director, ESLC Secretary John Porcari, Maryland Department of Transportationn 9:15 moRning keynote pResentation: a new eRa foR tRanspoRtationf A look into how global climate change, a changing economy, and shifting housing market demands are creating a new paradigm for transportation and land use planning.e 10:00 Reid Ewing, Research Professor, National Center for Smart Growth Education and Research high octane BReakr 10:15 what’s ouR pLan foR tRanspoRtation on the shoRe? Today, transportation is at a crossroads. Available is a window of opportunity for the Shore to take the reigns one the powerful force of transportation policy--harnessing it to be an ally in sustaining the Eastern Shore landscape and way of life. What are our opportunities?n Geoff Anderson, Executive Director, Smart Growth America John General, MUSTc Richard Chambers, One Less Car John Doe, This Organizatione 12:00 LocaL foods Lunch Enjoy a networking lunch of gourmet and seasonal local foods and wines from Eastern Shore producers. Featured during lunch will be an awards ceremony to honor those who demonstrate exemplary leadership in transportation policy on the Eastern Shore.A 1:30 afteRnoon keynote pResentation: What are Our Solutions for the Chesapeake Bay Bridge? volobore dolorti nciliquisl irilis augait iriustio dolor augait irit ex et nibh et ad dolobor si tio etuer iurem nostrudg tionum velese tis alit vulla adigna feugiamet eugait adip eugueri liquissenis nonulla augiatem augait niamcom molore velis num ver alis et aliquise 3:00 e dolorti nciliquisl irilis augait iriustio dolor augait irit ex et nibh et ad dolobor si tio etuer iurem nostrud tionum eneRgizing BReakn 3:15 consensus on RegionaL pRioRities foR tRanspoRtation Hands-on, facilitated group discussion to draw out the transportation priorities most important to the future of thed 4:00 adjouRn Eastern Shore.a ABOUT THE KEYNOTE... Uptat, conse feum vent nullaorem alit wisim ing eugue vel iure verate digna facilit volor sumsand rerostrud mod magna at praese- qui et lore dionull utpat, consequat. Ommy nonEquat prat. Rud del ipis nullaor inisisl er sum dolorem eraestie mod tet aut laore tie exer sustin vullandignim ercil iustie facilit nim in velit la feui bla cons esequam nos eummy nulputpatie corem veniatem vent Reduce youR caRBon footpRint to apcx! Offset your carbon to and from the conference by purchasing carbon offsets! These can be purchased at Terra Pass (www. terrapass.com) or from The Climate Trust (www.carboncounter. org.)
  4. 4. Conference RegistrationName: _________________________________________________Title _____________________Affiliation _________________________________________________________________________Address: _________________________________________________________________________City______________________________State______Zip_____________Date of Birth____________Phone: _____________________________E-mail ________________________________________ Conference Fee $15 (Includes continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and handouts) Make checks payable to: Eastern Shore Land Conservancy or Pay by Credit Card: Charge to (Circle one) VISA Master Card DiscoverCard # _____________________________________________________ Exp Date _____________Card Holder’s Name: _______________________________________________________________Authorized Signature:_______________________________________________________________ Fax or Mail completed form and payment to: Conference Registration: Attention Nina White, 410.827.5765 or mail to Eastern Shore Land Conservancy, PO Box 169, Queenstown, MD 21658. For more details, contact Nina White at infor@eslc.org or 410.827.9756 ext. 166 Registration deadline: October 31, 2007 U.S. Postage Non-Profit Permit No. 26 Queenstown, MD 21658-0169 P.O. Box 169Queenstown, Maryland 21658

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