Columbia Imagined: The plan for how we live and grow, an aggressive public engagement process for the City of Columbia, has included 1,500 participants and generated more than 360 goals to guide the community when considering future development options. Brunswick's community development planning led to four new business starts and revitalization and funding of downtown improvements. Crawford County used Community Issues Management (CIM) to engage citizens with GIS and Web-based technology to explore its food desert status, map community gardens in the region and promote healthier eating and exercise options. Programs that encourage citizens to participate in planning have focused on health, healthy lifestyles, community betterment and development of community master plans. In implementing their plans, Hillsboro and Monticello First Historic Preservation have combined forces to apply for Missouri tax credits to create a historic village where the Governor Fletcher house is located.
Presentations and videos of the 2015 AAEES Summit, Attaining a Sustainable Wet Infrastructure for Southern California, now available online.
Profiles of the 2016 AAEES Honorees and E3S and Environmental Communications Awards are now online.

The Cleary Award is given to an individual who is an outstanding performer in the management of environmental protection enterprises conducted under either public of private auspices who have demonstrated exemplary professional conduct, personal leadership, originality in devising new environmental protection techniques and sensitivity and responsiveness to social, economic, and political factors in environmental protection. For the full list of eligibility criteria and information on how you can submit nominations for a worthy Environmental Engineer or Environmental Scientist, click here. When your focus is on the safety and well-being of your people, standards and regulations will be easy to comply with.
The community now has a general sense of moving forward and working together, and a feeling of accomplishment and hope. More than 80 percent of participants involved in participatory community planning events facilitated by extension reported feeling they had an increased voice and opportunity to participate in their community. Hillsboro generated more than $1 million in revenue for widening, resurfacing and striping the streets in the core area of town.
Kira Lynch is an environmental scientist with twenty five years' experience in environmental characterization and remediation.

Lynch is a member of the EPA Engineering Forum and provides direct technical support on a range of projects nationally for EPA. In addition they were able to plant trees, install decorative street lights and build planters and benches.
Lynch's responsibilities include assisting the Region 10 Superfund program with integrating the most current science and technology into decision making and facilitating access to the expertise and information needed to solve challenging waste cleanup problems.
Lynch has also been the author on several journal articles on cleanup approaches and the use of adaptive site management (Triad approach) to site characterization and cleanup.

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