EPA to visit Cheyenne on April 26 to announce support for property cleanup and redevelopment projects across Wyoming
(April 24, 2018) On Thursday April 26, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will announce major Brownfields grant awards to Wyoming partners to advance environmental cleanup and property redevelopment in communities across the state. The event will take place at the future home of the Children's Museum of Cheyenne, a brownfields site that has been assessed and will be cleaned up this summer.
(Children’s Museum of Cheyenne poster location near corner of 17th and O’Neil)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Regional Administrator, Doug Benevento
Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, Director Todd Parfitt
Wyoming Business Council, Board Co-Chairman, Pete Illoway
City of Douglas, Community Development Department, Sherri Mullinnix
Children's Museum of Cheyenne, Board Chair, Caroline Veit
Please join us for photo opportunities at the future site of the Children’s Museum of Cheyenne and short remarks detailing EPA’s support for projects to clean up and revitalize brownfields properties across the state.