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The Mother of the Bride

An Interview with EPA’S Linda Garczynski Linda Garczynski is retiring at the end of 2005 after logging almost 30 years with the federal government and more than 10 years at the helm of the EPA brownfields program. She stopped to reflect with Brownfield News about her career and brownfields.   Linda’s Fact File Favorite Clothing: Shoes Last Book Read: “This Common Ground” by Scott Chaskey. It is about organic farming on Long Island Last Movie Seen: “Be Cool” with John Travolta Favorite Restaurant: Blue Point in Duck, North Carolina Favorite Food: Raspberries Last museum visited: Walters Art Museum in Baltimore Favorite form of travel: Cruising with the top down in my retro T-Bird Brownfield News: Tell us something that people probably don’t know about you. Linda Garczynski: I am a native Washingtonian, grew up in suburban Maryland and went to Georgetown University for college. How did you get started with…Log In to Read Full Article

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