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APPENDIX A
Presentations

FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING—SEPTEMBER 2003

Program Development and Status; Goals for This Study

Stacey Gerard, U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of Pipeline Safety

Mark Robinson, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Trade Associations

Association of Oil Pipelines/American Petroleum Institute

Ben Cooper, Associate Director

Interstate Natural Gas Association of America

Terry Boss, Vice President for Environment, Safety, and Operations

American Gas Association

Pam Lacey, Senior Managing Counsel

Local Government Perspective

Jim Pates, Fredericksburg City Attorney

Stakeholder Panel

International Right-of-Way Association

Terry Mock, Pipeline Committee Chair

American Public Works Association

William Roger Buell, Right-of-Way Management Section, Charlotte Department of Transportation

National Association of Counties

Julie Ufner, Environment and Energy

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National Association of Home Builders

Debbie Bassert, Director of Land Development Services

State Government Perspective

Chuck Mosher, Council Member, City of Bellevue, Washington

Zoning/Land Use Analysis: Trends and Pressures

Jim Schwab, Senior Research Associate, American Planning Association

SUBCOMMITTEE MEETING—NOVEMBER 2003

Origins of Study; Agency Goals and Expectations

Stacey Gerard, U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of Pipeline Safety

Rich Hoffmann, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

SECOND COMMITTEE MEETING—DECEMBER 2003

Common Ground Alliance

Bob Kipp

State of Arizona Perspective on Pipeline Safety

Commissioner Kris Mayes

Integrity Management Program

Federal Implementation

Jeff Wiese, Office of Pipeline Safety

Skip Brown, Cycla Corporation

Industry Implementation

Jim Wunderlin, Southwest Gas Corporation

THIRD COMMITTEE MEETING—FEBRUARY 2004

Local Government Perspective: Austin, Texas

Chuck Lesniak, Austin, Texas

Bob Rackleff, Leon County, Florida

Emergency Response to Pipeline Accidents

Dean Sherick, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue

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TRB Special Report 281: Transmission Pipelines and Land Use: A Risk-Informed Approach calls upon the U.S. Department of Transportation's Office of Pipeline Safety in the Research and Special Programs Administration to work with stakeholders in developing risk-informed land use guidance for use by policy makers, planners, local officials, and the public.

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