The Role of Partnering and Public Involvement in the Lackawanna River Corridor Greenway Study

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by Robyn S. Colosimo, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Water Policy and Management: Solving the Problems

Abstract: Development of partnerships and active public involvement programs has, in the past, been de-emphasized for the more traditional Corps studies. However, as the Corps continues to progress toward more multi-objective and broadly focussed studies, public involvement programs and partnerships are becoming a more important part of study efforts. The partnerships developed and the active public involvement program undertaken as a part of the Lackawanna River Corridor Greenway Study is in large part responsible for the success of this unique study.

Subject Headings: Public private partnership | Public participation | Rivers and streams | Public policy | Basins | Watersheds |

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