The Texas Citizen Planner program has scheduled three courses on planning and hazard mitigation for local elected and appointed officials, organizers said.
The classes will be held from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. June 29, July 13 and Aug. 15 at Houston TranStar, 6922 Katy Road, Houston.
Participants may choose to take one or more of the classes by registering at http://citizenplanner.tamu.edu/registration/. Individual classes are $75 each, and there are discounts for taking all three classes or for groups of two people or more registering for all three courses. Flooding and stormwater management will be taught on June 29, and coastal hazards and preparation on July 13. The Aug. 15 course will focus on hazard mitigation and plan integration.
For more information, see http://citizenplanner.tamu.edu or contact program assistant Celina Gauthier Lowry at 281-560-3980, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Mikulencak at 281-984-7085, email@example.com.
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