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Air Quality Workshop Held Friday
The Charlotte region was recently designated by the EPA as a non-attainment area for ozone. Register to attend a free seminar to be held Friday at 8 a.m.

June 1, 2004

WHAT:  "Air Quality 101 Workshop #3:
" What are we doing to improve air quality?
WHEN:  Friday, June 4, 2004 8 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.
WHERE:  Hyatt Charlotte at SouthPark 5501 Carnegie Boulevard

WHO: Businesses, companies, elected officials, local planning and transportation staff, and persons concerned about the air in the Charlotte region.

WHY: The Charlotte region was recently designated by the EPA as a non-attainment area for ozone, which means we are breathing unhealthy air on many days during the summer season. Join Mecklenburg County Air Quality and the N.C. Air Awareness Program for the third in a series of three free workshops outlining Charlotte's problem pollutants and how air pollution affects your health and more.


Introduction and recap:  

John Tabor, Charlotte City Council

Overview of Federal Standards and State/Local Regulations:

Sheila Holman, N.C. Division of Air Quality

Local efforts:  

Randy Perkins, Moore & Van Allen

Question and Answer

This is a free seminar - deadline for registration is Thursday, June 3.

Contact Leshishua Pierce at 704-336-5500 or by email at

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Media Contact: Alan Giles (O) 704-336-5500 (M) 980-721-3766 or or
Alex Burnett (O) 704-432-0361 (M) 704-579-0288 or burnear@co.mecklenburg,

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