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Officials Invited to Provide Input for Land Use Training Programs

ARTICLE TITLE: Officials Invited to Provide Input for Land Use Training Programs PUBLISHED: 12:00 pm, Wed February 18, 2009 | MODIFIED: 1:12 pm, Tue April 28, 2015

The Ohio Coastal Training Program (CTP), a partnership of the Ohio Lake Erie Commission, Ohio Sea Grant College Program, Ohio Coastal Management Program, and Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve, provides training on stormwater management and land use decision-making for local communities, including such topics as public involvement, environmental regulations and permitting, urban redevelopment, and natural resource protection practices.

To help in planning future training sessions, the Ohio CTP is gathering input from local government officials and professional staff regarding their specific training needs. If you are an official (elected, appointed, professional, or consultant) for a community, county, or region within the Lake Erie watershed, please take a few minutes to inform us of your priorities by completing the survey before close of business Monday, March 23 at www.coastaltrainingohio.net.

Your feedback and insight are greatly appreciated.

For more information regarding the survey, contact Joe Lucente, Ohio Sea Grant College Program, at 419.213-2028 or lucente.6@osu.edu.

ARTICLE TITLE: Officials Invited to Provide Input for Land Use Training Programs PUBLISHED: 12:00 pm, Wed February 18, 2009 | MODIFIED: 1:12 pm, Tue April 28, 2015
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Authored By: Stacy Brannan-Smith
Communications Specialist

Stacy Brannan-Smith has worked in the communications field for more than a dozen years and was Associate Editor at Ohio Sea Grant from 2008 to 2010. She currently serves as Communications Specialist at Disability Rights Ohio, the federally designated protection and advocacy agency for people with disabilities in Ohio, where she oversees the organization’s media relations, social media, website, branding and general communications efforts. She lives in Worthington with her husband, Adam, and her son, Henson.