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President’s Message – March 2011

Strategic Plan Progress Report Last August, I described the three core elements comprising the strategic plan that was developed by our Board, and Operating and Strategic Planning Committees. Those strategies are:  an outreach initiative to college and technical school students pursuing  environmental occupations; identifying and encouraging younger members to take on leadership roles in FET; leveraging...
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Regulatory Update – March 1, 2011

In the March 1, 2011 federal register, EPA has made a determination that southeast Wisconsin (Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Washington, Waukesha, and Kenosha and Sheboygan Counties) attained the 8-hour ozone standard.  Note however, this is not a redesignation to attainment.  A redesignation would require additional findings, including approval of a maintenance plan.  This action however...
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President’s Message – February 2011

“Opportunities… and Challenges” The news coverage I have been seeing indicates that our economy continues to make a slow recovery, although unemployment rates remain unacceptably high.  In a relative sense, I think we can be thankful that the impacts we have seen have not been as traumatic on environmental professionals. And, I believe that...
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President’s Message – January 2011

What Inspires You? It is time to turn the page on another year, and look forward to 2011. My, how the time flies by!  Reflecting on my responsibilities as your President, a significant part of the job is to inspire us toward reaching our FET vision – to be the preferred organization for educating...
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