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Waterfront access symposium seeks submissions

The Working Waterways and Waterfronts National Symposium on Water Access 2010, set for Sept. 27-30 in Portland, Maine, is seeking abstract submissions.

The deadline for submission is Jan. 22.

The symposium will provide a forum to help communities, organizations, businesses and individuals address waterfront access challenges by showcasing successful models and tools from around the country.

Organizers are seeking abstracts from:

  • Federal, state, regional and local government officials, staff and decision-makers
  • Members of the commercial and recreational fishing, boating, marine and tourism industries
  • Port, harbor and navigation district authorities
  • Commercial and residential real estate developers
  • Residential property and business owners
  • Economic development, community development and historic preservation professionals
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Environmental and maritime consultants
  • Attorneys
  • Academic researchers and students

Click here for submission guidelines.

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