Durham Seeks Contractors for 2018 Brownfields Assessment Grant
Now that Durham has been notified that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will be awarding a 2018 Brownfields Assessment Grant to Durham, qualified and experienced engineering and environmental contractors are being sought to assist with the management and execution of this grant. The City’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development will use these brownfields assessment grant funds for community outreach, environmental assessment, and cleanup planning activities to support the redevelopment of brownfields properties in targeted areas of the city. A Request for Qualifications is now available on the City’s website, or a physical copy may be examined Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 807 E. Main Street, Suite 5-100, Durham. Proposals must be received by 3 p.m. today. More
Durham Boards, Committees and Commissions
The City of Durham has 28 boards, committees and commissions with members appointed by the Durham City Council. To see the latest openings and apply for consideration, visit the website
. May - August appointments included: Nicholas W. Long, Audit Services Oversight Committee; Dawn E. Langley, Carolina Theatre of Durham Board of Trustees; Levon Barnes, Andrew Helm and Christian W. Knapp of the Citizens Advisory Committee; Ian Kipp, Durham Board of Adjustment; Valerie Gillispie, Candis W. Smith, Durham Cultural Advisory Board; Regina D. King, Angela D. Vick-Lewis, Durham Homeless Services Advisory Committee; Erin M. Durkin, Durham Planning Commission; Elizabeth Wiener, Housing Appeals Board; Andrea M. Hudson, Brian E. Kennedy, II, Jeffrey R. King, Nadiah Porter, Nathalie Santos, Brandon S. Washington, Human Relations Commission; Sheila M. Arias Abonza, Tiffany Elder, Raymond Eurquhart, Chantelle Fisher-Borne, Thomas Fletcher, Susan E. Goodman, Kyla Hartsfield, Marion T. Johnson, Henry C. McKoy, Jr., Natalie S. Murdock, Sarah Mye, Raymond T. Palmer, Jose, Romero, Jessica C. Uba, A.J. Williams, Participatory Budgeting Steering Committee; Charles Hill, Recreation Advisory Commission.