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Fresno Funding Forum

November 7 , 2006

10:00 AM–4:30 PM
Council of Fresno County Governments
2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201
Fresno, CA
 

Agenda

  • Opening
    Remarks

    • Barbara Goodwin, Executive Director, Council of Fresno
      County Governments
    • Rick McVaigh, Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer, San
      Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District
       
  • Brief
    Welcome and Introductions

    • Kristin Riha, Trucking and Rail Sector Lead, US EPA West
      Coast Collaborative
       
  • Brief
    Presentation on Diesel, Health Effects, and Technology

  • EPA
    Diesel Retrofit SIP and Conformity Guidance and
    Questions

  • Networking
    (Box Lunches)
     
  • Congestion,
    Mitigation, and Air Quality (CMAQ) Funding and Success
    Stories

    • Diane Turchetta, Environmental Protection Specialist, US
      DOT, Office of Natural and Human Environment
    • Joseph Oldham, Fleet Acquisition Supervisor, City of Fresno
      Fleet Management Division
       
  • Break
     
  • State
    Infrastructure Banks (SIBs)

  • Break
     
  • San
    Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District Funding
    Programs

    • Chris Acree, Senior Air Quality Specialist, San Joaquin
      Valley Air Pollution Control District
       
  • USDA
    Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Environmental
    Quality Incentives Program (EQIP)

    • Johnnie Siliznoff, Air Quality Specialist, NRCS, USDA
       
  • Group
    Discussion and Closing Remarks

    • Peter Murchie, Coordinator, USEPA West Coast Collaborative

   
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