Title: NEDA (National Environmental Development Assoc.) Packet
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Title: NEDA (National Environmental Development Assoc.) Packet
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: NEDA (National Environmental Development Assoc.) Packet, Conference for Oct 18-19, 1979
General Note: Box 10, Folder 18 ( SF Water Users Association, Fla. - 1978-1984 ), Item 28
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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YOU ARE INVITED TO A SPECIAL CONFERENCE
OCTOBER 18-19, 1979 LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLORIDA





National Environmental Development Association
#3 National Press Building
Washington, D.C. 20045
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Clean Air Regs: Where Are They Taking You?

The most publicized of the new requirements of Federal laws which relate
environment to economic growth are those of the Clean Air Act. Develop-
ments of profound importance confront industrial expansion. Manufacturers,
developers, processors, energy industries, agricultural industries are af-
fected. Labor and management share concern over the impact of new regu-
lations. State and local governments and many other organizations are look-
ing for answers to ensure both clean air and sound economic conditions.
Where will the new regulations lead? What are the alternative approaches?
What is apt to happen and how can you stay abreast of, and perhaps influ-
ential in, developments?



Land Use: The New Implications

The land touches everyone. Its use has national, social and economic im-
plications. Is regulation diminishing our public property rights? Are busi-
nesses and individuals being given limited investment opportunities? How
can local government cope with growing Federal regulations? How do Clean
Air, Water Acts, and other laws imply Federal control?



Water: Policies, Pollution, Politics

It's been seven years since the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amend-
ments were established. Permit programs have been set up, regulations
issued. All has not gone well, not smoothly, many questions unanswered.
Where does implementation stand now, federally, locally? What new regu-
lations can be expected? Already, new, wide ranging regulations being
proposed. What are the shifting attitudes of Congress, of state legislatures?
What should you know about what is being planned, about what will happen
to whom and when? What can you do?



Agricultural Chemicals: Challenges Inhe s

It is getting down to politics: how agricultural chemicals will be used. Sci-
entific information will be used and abused, depending on the prevailing
political point of view. What will be the effect of limiting regulations? How
can farmers and ranchers organize to maintain yield, improve the soil, fer-
tilize progressively, guard against blight?



Arriving by Air?
Orlando International Airport is within a 20-minute drive of the Hotel Royal Plaza. Taxi service and airport buses are
available without a reservation. Town & Country Limousine requires one day notice if you wish to use this service
($13 one way). Call 800-327-2990 for reservations.
Kissimmee Airport, which is 15 minutes from the hotel, can take private aircraft, including jets. You should reserve a
rental car in advance.



















































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CONFERENCE RESOURCE COMMITTEE

Riley 8. Miles, Executive Director
Florida Water Users Association
Thomas A. Young, NEDA
President
Wallace B. AHlen, Pacific
Gas & Electric Company
Joseph P. Ashooh, Associated
General Contractors of America
Harvey A. Dahl, Manager
Deseret Ranches of Florida
Jotfre C. David, Secretary,
Treasurer and General Manager
Florida Fruit & Vegetable Assoc.
Angelo Fosco, General President
Laborers' International Union
Howard W. Friedman
AMREP Corporation


Louis C. Gilde
Campbell Soup Company
Edward L Jaffee
PPG Industries
Herschel C. Loveless
Former Governor, Iowa
John 0. McDonnell
Public Affairs Coordinator
Dravo Corporation
Edward P. McGrath
Kennecott Copper Corporation
John McKetta
University of Texas
C. W. McMilan
Executive Vice President
National Cattlemen's Association
Leon W. Miler
A. Duda & Sons
James 0. O'Brien
Lund, Levin & O'Brien


Kennethxi1- ~ --
Atlantic yFliectric Company
D. Michael Rappoport
Salt River Project
S. Fred Singer
University of Virginia
Fred Smith, Rockefeller
Family & Associates
J. C. Turner, General
President, International Union
of Operating Engineers
Wm. Nelson Utz
Steele & Utz
Neal 0. Wade, Jr.
Group Vice President
Penzoil Company
David C. Williams
Vice President
Ashland Oil Company
David A. Wright, President
National Marine Service, Inc.


BUSINESS REPLY MAIL
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National Environmental Development Association
#3 National Press Building
Washington, D.C. 20045


Keynote Speaker:


Lieutenant Governor Wayne Mixson

As Lieutenant Governor, one of his main responsibilities
for the State of Florida is economic development. At the
same time, Mr. Mixson has a keen understanding of environ-
mental balance. Combining the two, he feels reform of the
permit-obtaining process is long overdue, particularly in the
area of economic environmental development.
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