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Connecticut's MS4 Permit: What's New?

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MS4 Presentation (PDF)

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The State of Connecticut has committed to an expanded stormwater regulatory program for municipalities, and CLEAR's NEMO Program will be providing outreach and assistance to towns and institutions to support them in complying with this program.

This introductory webinar will provide an overview of the new requirements in this permit and how the NEMO program is planning to support communities in meeting those requirements.

Running Time: 01:23:43


Presenters:

David Dickson, National Programs Coordinator, UConn CLEAR
david.dickson@uconn.edu

Dave's Bio

Dave Dickson is the coordinator of the National NEMO Network. As coordinator, he works with each of the NEMO Network programs nationwide and strives to facilitate the open exchange of resources, expertise, educational materials and war stories between the programs. He also assists non-member states seeking to start a NEMO program and join the Network. In addition, he helps to coordinate and deliver trainings in simple web-mapping technologies. Dave has both a J.D. and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Colorado, where he served as a notes and comments editor of the Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy. Dave is also a UCONN alum, with a BA in Anthropology and Political Science. He is also a wannabe techno-geek.

Chet Arnold, Water Quality Educator, UConn CLEAR Associate Director
chester.arnold@uconn.edu

Chet's Bio

Chet Arnold is a Water Quality Educator for the UConn Department of Extension and the Associate Director of the Center for Land use Education and Research (CLEAR). Chet has been with the University since 1987, and is the Co-founder of the Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) Project, a national award-winning program that uses geospatial technology to educate local land use decision makers about the relationship between land use and water resource protection. As the Associate Director of CLEAR, Chet focuses on the integration of the Center's research, technology, and outreach functions, and how these activities can best benefit Connecticut communities.