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Stephen Kasierski

Fort Baker Real Estate Project Manager

National Park Service

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National Park Service

1849 C Street N.W.

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20240

United States

Company Description

More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America's 413 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. The National Park Service has cared for the...more

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Fort Baker Real Estate Project Manager

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Senior Vice President

China Brotsky


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www.marinij.com

"The plan calls for changes along the waterfront, including the historic boatshop area," said Steve Kasierski, a representative of the National Park Service at Fort Baker.


blog.antaeus.com [cached]

"A meeting focusing on climate change or public policy issues that relate to the management of public lands or habitat conservation is what we would like to see," said Steve Kasierski, real estate project manager for the NPS.


www.pacificsun.com

While some improvements are underground lines that won't be seen by visitors, one will be very visible: The Park Service plans to install "a historically compatible street-lighting system that will ring the parade ground and light some of the intersections," according to Steve Kasierski, real estate project manager for the Park Service at Fort Baker.The parade ground will also be restored with new turf."It was always a component of the Fort Baker plan since the earliest days," says Kasierski."Each element has to work hand in hand on the overall marketing and support of each element, because they reinforce each other," says Kasierski.


www.nonprofitcenters.org [cached]

Presenters: China Brotsky (Tides), Steve Kasierski (National Park Services), Dace West ( Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships).


www.calgaryartsdevelopment.com

Stephen Kasierski, Fort Baker Real Estate Project Manager, US National Park Service
China Brotsky, ED, The NonprofitCentres Network & Senior Vice President, Tides Today, nonprofits are becoming ever more important as demands for services are increasing and budgets in all sectors are dwindling.


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