You’re invited to network with fellow civil engineers and earn up to 3 PDHs at Chester County Engineers’ Fall Conference on November 17th! Complete the registration form below to sign-up today!
CHESTER COUNTY ENGINEERS FALL CONFERENCE
When? Thursday, November 17, 2016
Where? West Goshen Municipal Building
1025 Paoli Pike, 2nd Floor
West Chester, PA 19380
Cost? $100/member; $125/non-member
($25pp discount if sending multiple engineers from same office)
AGENDA – Thursday, November 17th
8:30am-9:30am – Onsite Wastewater Planning for Maximum Density
Roger Lehmann, All County and Associates
When creating a residential subdivision and land development plan that relies on onlot septic systems, properly incorporating wastewater planning along with stormwater and transportation needs can help ensure maximum density for a project. The presentation will discuss wastewater planning considerations that should be taken into account early in the process to avoid wasting design time or losing lots on a project.
9:45am-10:45am – Case Study: Implementing a Municipal Stream Protection Fee
L. O’B Laing, Borough of West Chester; Courtney Finneran, CH2M
With the recent increase of interest by municipalities in creating a stormwater management user fee (either by authority or by local ordinance), our presenters will discuss this timely topic greater detail. West Chester Borough recently introduced a Stream Protection Fee (SPF) to help fund the borough’s efforts to meet its regulatory stormwater requirements, mitigate local flooding, and protect the environment. This session will cover the development and implementation of West Chester’s SPF.
PRESENTATION: 2016-11-17 West Chester SPF Presentation
11:00am-12:00pm – Legal, Legislative & Regulatory Update for Engineers
Lou Colagreco, RRHC; Alyson Zarro, RRHC
Presenters will provide legal, legislative, and regulatory updates on key land development issues for Pennsylvania’s engineering community. Some topics to be discussed include: a US Supreme Court case that permits the judicial reviewability of jurisdictional determinations; examining methods to sign & seal SW BMPs on a project; legislative efforts seeking to clarify riparian buffer requirements under Chapter 102; and more!
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