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GLIN==> DEADLINE TO REGISTER -- January 12, 2005 Great Lakes Legacy Act Luncheon

Space is limited, so advanced registration and payment is due by January 5, 2005.  (If space is available, limited walk-ins / payments on the day of the event may be accepted at the door, with a $7 late fee in addition to the $30 registration fee.)




TOPIC:  Great Lakes Legacy Act

The $270 million U.S. EPA Great Lakes Legacy Act was authorized in November 2002 to help clean up contaminated sediments. The presentation and panel discussion will review the program from inception to implementation and beyond, including the case study of Black Lagoon, the first project under the Great Lakes Legacy Act.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:  Mr. David Cowgill, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

PANELISTS:  Mr. David Bowman, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Mr. Mike Alexander, Michigan Department Environmental Quality; and, Matt Doss, Great Lakes Commission

SPONSORS:  Weston Solutions, Inc. & Limno-Tech, Inc.

DATE:        January 12, 2005

TIME:         11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

PLACE:      Crowne Plaza Detroit Metro Airport, 8000 Merriman Road, Romulus, MI  48174

REGISTRATION:  The deadline for registration is January 5, 2005.  Please mail registration form and payment of $30 to Carl Woodruff, SAME Treasurer, c/o USACE – H&H Office, P.O. Box 1027, Detroit, MI  48231.  Checks should be made out to “S.A.M.E. – Detroit Post.”  For more information and registration form, please visit http://posts.same.org/detroit/pdfs/0501same.pdf

NEW! - VENDOR TABLES:  A limited number of vendor / display tables are also available.  The cost for a table is $100, which includes one 8’, skirted table.  The tables will be set up on the TerraceRules just outside of the Ball Room where the luncheon is to be held.  Space is limited, so availability is first come, first served.  Advanced payment is required for tables.  Please contact Pamela Lemme at 313.989.2535 only if you are interested in table. 



About the Society of American Military Engineers:

The mission of the Society of American Military Engineers (S.A.M.E.) is to promote and facilitate engineering support for national security by developing and enhancing relationships and competencies among uniformed services, public and private sector engineers, and related professionals.  S.A.M.E. is a not-for-profit, 501(c)3 organization.  Any proceeds that may be generated from this event will go into the S.A.M.E. Detroit Post (Chapter) engineering scholarships fund.  For more information about this event, the SAME Detroit Post, to become a member or to apply for an engineering scholarship please visit our website at http://posts.same.org/detroit/.   




Lisa M. Lange
Midwest/Great Lakes Ports & Waterways Lead

Weston Solutions of Michigan, Inc.
Suite 2800, 300 River Place
Detroit, MI  48207

Home Phone / Fax -- 248.589.2748 (call first to send a fax)
Main -- 313.989.2550   Direct -- 313.989.2532
Fax -- 313.989.2551  Cell -- 248.797.7261



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