With the conventional approach to fighting bad development projects, citizens win 5% - 10% of the time at a cost of $5,000 - $50,000. With the Equitable Solutions approach citizens resolve their concerns 90% of the time and for mostly less than $1,000. For further background on this approach see: CEDS News Service ES Article.
Workshop Leader: Richard Klein of Community and Environmental Defense Services.
This workshop is limited to ten people and will be held in northern Baltimore County, MD. The fee for each workshop is $50 per person. To register go to: ceds.org/workshop. After we receive your registration we’ll send you details. For further information contact Richard Klein at 410-654-3021 or Rklein@ceds.org.