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Ensure the Quality, Focus, and Presentation of Your Documents and Provide Professional Comments to Documents Prepared by Others

The results of clear and systematic planning and analyses conducted by a truly collaborative interdisciplinary team should be recorded in a focused, concise, and analytic document supporting informed decision making resulting in less conflict and risk of litigation.

Judith Lee, conducts an objective and analytic review of NEPA and other planning and environmental documents, which are often complex and controversial, for the quality, accuracy, and comprehensiveness of analysis providing the foundation of the planning or NEPA document, including:

Underlying need, objectives, and scope of decisions 

Issue and impact analyses using analytic cause-and-effect inter-relationships (including cumulative impacts)

 Feasibility and completeness of the alternative array

Effectiveness of mitigation and alternatives

Presentation, format, and readability

Planning and documentation strategy

Underlying reasons for conflict

Strategies for revisions for documents prepared by or for you

Strategies for commenting on documents prepared by others

Let Environmental Planning Strategies, Inc

Make the difference for you, your agency or organization, and those affected by decisions

Use the power of Environmental Planning Strategies, Inc’s proven “10-Step Process for Review of Planning and Environmental Documents and EISs/EAs” for systematically reviewing complex planning and NEPA documents for focusing on the interdisciplinary information, data, and analysis needed and separating out the “fluff”

Use the results of the analysis of the document review directly for revising your document or commenting on a document prepared by others

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In partnership with Pathway Consulting Service, LLC, Environmental Planning Strategies, Inc specializes in the planning, environmental review, and permitting of projects requiring use of federal land, such as infrastructure energy, broadband, transportation projects, and other projects. Please see

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