On June 8, 2012, an event titled “DEP Water Quality Management Planning in NJ” will take place from 8 am to 10:30 am at the College of New Jersey in Ewing, NJ. Join PlanSmart NJ, APA NJ and The Sustainability Institute for their first policy briefing exploring the changing landscape of DEP water quality management planning in NJ. Hear speakers representing different perspectives discuss the opportunities and challenges they face.
The list of speakers includes Tim Dillingham, Executive Director, American Littoral Society; Raymond Ferrara, PhD., Principal, Omni Environmental; David Fisher, PP/AICP, Vice President of Governmental Affairs,K. Hovnanian Homes; Michelle Siekerka, Esq., Assistant Commissioner, Economic Growth and Green Energy, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection; and Neil Yoskin, Esq., Partner, Sokol Behot & Fiorenzo
The cost for PlanSmart NJ member is $45, non-profit/government is $55 and non-member is $65 (Registration fee includes continental breakfast).
To register click here.
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