DENR Jeopardy – Round 2. This DENR program is the focus of the two objectives in Strategic Direction 1. I am the Director of the One NC Naturally program. This is the number of acres that DENR hopes to acquire through purchase, easement rights or other means by the end of 2009.
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DENRJeopardy – Round 2
focus of the two objectives
in Strategic Direction 1.
One NC Naturally program.
DENR hopes to acquire through
purchase, easement rights or other
means by the end of 2009.
Direction 1 directs DENR to begin
implementation of this important
plan for the eastern part of NC.
involves moving most Raleigh staff
to either the Archdale Building or
this building complex.
Departmental safety program, which
is administered by this person.
the Department’s information
management system architecture.
focuses on this DENR program, which
has been very successful, and recently
expanded into additional regional offices.
this the focus of all future water
quality and quantity planning.
plans mentioned in this strategic
direction are developed for this
many years in the future.
by name in Strategic Direction 3.
for most of the action items in
Strategic Direction 3.
of Strategic Direction 4.
environmental education theme.
warning system measures this
component of air pollution.
from improved visibility
through the VISTAS program.
Attorney General and DENR to
surrounding states due to the
Clean Smokestacks Act.
creates the most number of DAQ
Sustainable Sandhills initiative.
for conversion of paper forms
to electronic forms by 12/2005.
that DENR is promoting that advocates
employee commuter benefits.
Strategic Direction 7.
Waste Management gives liability
protection to owners (non-responsible
parties) who want to redevelop
abandoned or underutilized property.
605 process meetings take place.
Superfund National Priority List (NPL)
sites in NC (9, 29 or 49).