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Sarah V. Lown

Chairperson and Truste

Mahoning River Consortium

Email: s***@***.org

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Mahoning River Consortium

P.O. Box 205

Youngstown, Ohio,44501

United States

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The Mission of the Mahoning River Consortium

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Sarah Lown, Chairperson & Truste


The Mission of the Mahoning River Consortium

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Speaker: Sarah V. Lown, Chair, Mahoning River Consortium
Location: Mill Creek MetroParks Farm, McMahon Hall, 7574 Columbiana-Canfield Road, Canfield, Ohio 44406


Youngstown Pride

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Sarah Lown, Bridge BuilderRevitalizing the land which yesterday was a steel mill and is today a brownfield is just one of the many tasks which lay before Sarah Lown.Lown, as the Director of Economic Development for Eastgate Regional Council of Governments, is responsible for facilitating the process by which area leaders can plan for transportation, economic development or environmental improvements.Within Eastgate, Lown's goal is to identify projects that would successfully be funded through the U.S. Economic Development Administration (US EDA).One of her most recent projects is the construction of the Walton Avenue Bridge in 2005.That project gave access to 800 acres of brownfields in Youngstown, Campbell and Struthers to enable new development to occur.For the past several years, Lown has concentrated her efforts on revitalizing former industrial areas -- brownfields -- along the Mahoning River corridor, which is the heart and soul of the Valley.She is also the current president of the Mahoning River Consortium, which is working to clean up the River and the land along its banks.Lown grew up in New England and moved to Youngstown 15 years ago.Two things helped revitalize the New England town she grew up in."What I saw work was two things: artists, who saw the beauty of the New England landscape and its low cost historic homes, and industrial consortia to attract economic growth.Revitalization has to take place on many fronts like that in order to be sustainable and attractive to new investment."And what should the next step be for Youngstown?Lown believes there needs to be a continued effort to clean up the corridors going in and out of town which removes a tremendous psychological barrier to new investment.


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Sarah Lown, Bridge BuilderRevitalizing the land which yesterday was a steel mill and is today a brownfield is just one of the many tasks which lay before Sarah Lown.Lown, as the Director of Economic Development for Eastgate Regional Council of Governments, is responsible for facilitating the process by which area leaders can plan for transportation, economic development or environmental improvements.Within Eastgate, Lown's goal is to identify projects that would successfully be funded through the U.S. Economic Development Administration (US EDA).One of her most recent projects is the construction of the Walton Avenue Bridge in 2005.That project gave access to 800 acres of brownfields in Youngstown, Campbell and Struthers to enable new development to occur.For the past several years, Lown has concentrated her efforts on revitalizing former industrial areas -- brownfields -- along the Mahoning River corridor, which is the heart and soul of the Valley.She is also the current president of the Mahoning River Consortium, which is working to clean up the River and the land along its banks.Lown grew up in New England and moved to Youngstown 15 years ago.Two things helped revitalize the New England town she grew up in."What I saw work was two things: artists, who saw the beauty of the New England landscape and its low cost historic homes, and industrial consortia to attract economic growth.Revitalization has to take place on many fronts like that in order to be sustainable and attractive to new investment."And what should the next step be for Youngstown?Lown believes there needs to be a continued effort to clean up the corridors going in and out of town which removes a tremendous psychological barrier to new investment.As a local resident I am proud to have people like Jay, Dr. Hunter and Sarah working on my behalf.Sarah has an incredible love for the Valley and the people who try to make it better.She does her work as the biggest unsung hero.


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"That is the least desirable way to go and it's also probably the most costly way to go.", according to Sarah Lown, Vice President of the Mahoning River Consortium.She says Nuskievicz's concerns are well founded.Lown is hoping to convince the federal engineers to consider experimental cleanup methods that are less invasive.Right now, the Corps is considering a draft feasibility report on the cleanup.


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