Need Help With Bay TMDL or MS4 Permits? Check Out #MACoCon

Learn about on a new proposal by the multi-state Local Government Advisory Committee to provide meaningful technical assistance for county Chesapeake Bay restoration and stormwater treatment projects and how that proposal can happen in Maryland. Provide your feedback to this proposal at the 2019 January MACo Winter Conference.

We’re Here to Help: Technical Assistance for the Bay TMDL and MS4 Permits

Description

The Local Government Advisory Committee provides the local government viewpoint in the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) efforts, including Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permits. One of the Committee’s longstanding recommendations has been to provide greater technical assistance to county and municipal governments, especially those with limited capacity to initiate projects or programs on their own. Recently, the Committee has formulated a realistic and flexible approach to make this recommendation a reality. Join Committee members and staff in a discussion of this proposal and provide your input on how this recommendation can best be realized in Maryland.

Speakers

  • Mary Gattis, Director of Local Government Programs/Local Government Advisory Committee Coordinator
  • Bruce Williams, Chair, Local Government Advisory Committee
  • Fredrika Moser, Director, Sea Grant Maryland
  • Jennifer Dindinger, Watershed Restoration Specialist, University of Maryland Sea Grant Extension

Date & Time: Wednesday, January 2, 2019, 1:15 pm – 2:45 pm

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