This workshop focuses on understanding the issues related to stormwater and provides steps to manage and reduce problems resulting from stormwater. We give guidance for managing stormwater in relation to roadway infrastructure and practices of local highway departments, from planning to maintenance. We discuss management and structural alterna-tives to give local officials a better understanding of what is available and what they can do to improve their approach to, and maintenance of, the watershed they live in.
$40 per person includes coffee, refreshments, lunch and course materials. Deadline for registration is November 12, 2014. No refunds; if you cannot attend, please send someone in your place. Please contact us if you have any special needs.
Sponsored in part by the Hudson Valley Regional
Council, Cornell Local Roads Program, the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
Geoffrey Scott, P.E.is the Technical Assistance Engineer for the Cornell Local Roads Program. Geoffrey has over 13 years working as a consultant to municipalities preparing stormwater related design plans for roadways, drainage systems, and erosion control plans, and has developed and maintained multiple Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans for municipal facilities and construction projects in NYand CT.
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