Swimming in the Murky Stormwaters
By: Ann Neil Cosby. This was posted Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
On Wednesday, October 19 at 10:00 a.m., I will join presenters from Joyce Engineering plus present and past state environmental leaders for the first of two 2-hour online sessions covering the current Stormwater regulatory environment and what it means to Virginia localities in required improvements and potential expenses. We invite our readers to take the plunge with us.
You can find out more and register here. http://www.sandsanderson.com/news-events/event/stormwater-webinars-2011.html
All you need is your computer connected to the internet and speakers. If you have no audio, we will provide a toll-free phone number so that you can listen in.
In these two sessions, we will be covering the new stormwater requirements under the Chesapeake Bay TMDL and the recently amended Virginia Stormwater Regulations, although some final decisions still remain to be promulgated. You’ll get the up-to-the-minute information and we’ll take your questions, too.
Or if you have some questions on your mind now you’d like us to cover, just place them in the comments below and I’ll be glad to circulate to our presenters. The sessions are sponsored by Sands Anderson, Joyce Engineering, the Virginia Association of Counties, Virginia Municipal League and PlanVirginia.
Tags: Chesapeake Bay, Department of Environmental Quality, environmental law, environmental regulation, legal issues, pollution diet, stormwater regulations, Total Maximum Daily Load, Virginia, watershed improvement plan