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Current Issues in Storm Water Regulation in Illinois

Storm water regulations are constantly changing – have your practices changed with them? From recent litigation to changing permitting standards, failing to stay on top of current issues related to storm water regulation is risky. With these reference materials, you will get answers to all your questions, such as: What new case and policy decisions impact my practices? What are the latest trends in the water quality arena? Here is your chance to learn the facts about current legal issues, monitoring and inspection, the proper design and selection of BMPs … everything you need to know to avoid reactive responses to regulatory changes, adequately plan and ensure compliance. Benefits for You •Find out what you need to know about wetlands and wetland permits •Discover how the latest laws and regulations will impact storm water discharges •Receive tips on implementing storm water pollution prevention plans •Tips on using landscaping to manage storm water systems Learning Objectives •You will be able to review wetland permitting issues. •You will be able to identify the health, safety and welfare aspects of storm water regulations. •You will be able to discuss landscaping and management of storm water systems. •You will be able to recognize new technology in erosion and sediment control.
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Agenda

Construction Activities and Storm Water Permits
— Karen M. Kase, PWS, CPESC
  • Federal Storm Water Requirements
  • Local Storm Water Requirements
  • Best Management Practices in Construction
Wetlands
— Alycia A. Kluenenberg
  • Wetland Overview
  • General Functions and Importance of Wetlands
  • Wetland Mapping Sources
  • Criteria for Determining Wetlands
  • Farmed Wetland Determination
  • Other Wetland Communities – Regional Discussion
Wetland Permitting
  • Federal Wetland Regulations
  • County Wetland Regulations and Requirements
  • Local Wetland Regulations
Can I Live Here? Landscaping and Management of Storm Water Systems
— Juli E. Crane, PWS
  • Benefits of Native Plants
  • The ABCs of Basin Design (Avoiding Common Design Problems)
  • Integrated Design Components
    • Hydrology, Hydrology, Hydrology
    • Relevant Storm Events
  • Planting Design Considerations
    • Species Selection and Plant Zone Identification
    • Plant Materials: Seeds vs. Plugs
    • Seed Overlap
  • The Six Components of a Near-Term Management Plan
  • The Four Essential Components of Monitoring Reports
Issues We Have Found With BMPs
— Dan Salsinger, CPESC, CISEC
  • Vegetative Swales
  • Bio-Swales
  • Porous Pavements
  • Green Roofs
  • Treating the Flow
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Juli E. Crane, PWS

Juli E. Crane, PWS – Moderator

Lake County Stormwater Management Commission

  • Principal wetland specialist with Lake County Stormwater Management Commission
  • More than 25 years experience with wetlands, native plant design guidelines for storm water landscapes, and vegetation monitoring and management
  • M.S. degree, Utah State University; B.S. degree, summa cum laude, Brigham Young University
  • Can be contacted at 847-377-7708 or jcrane@lakecountyil.gov
Karen M. Kase, PWS, CPESC

Karen M. Kase, PWS, CPESC

Hampton, Lenzini and Renwick, Inc.

Karen Kase, PWS, CPESC

  • Natural resources manager, Hampton, Lenzini and Renwick, Inc.
  • Has conducted environmental inspection for more than 10 years and is very familiar with working on residential, commercial, transportation and utility projects, including design of erosion and sediment control plans, green infrastructure and Best Management Practices (BMPs)
  • Experience includes environmental inspection to ensure compliance with Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) and County soil erosion and sediment control requirements; completion of many Notice of Intents; preparation of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs); evaluation of various sites for stormwater concerns, including special considerations for watershed quality. She also has experience and knowledge of USACE and County policies, regulations, and local ordinances.
  • Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS), Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC), Lake County Designated Erosion Control Inspector (DECI), Certified Wetland Specialist for Kane, Lake, McHenry Counties and Certified Arborist (CA)
  • Has presented and had various publications on multiple technical topics
  • M.S. degree in natural resources and environmental science, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois; B.S. degree in ecology and environmental biology, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
Alycia A. Kluenenberg

Alycia A. Kluenenberg

Huff & Huff, Inc.

  • With Huff & Huff, Inc.
  • Experience with wetland delineation/mitigation/permitting, habitat restoration, threatened and endangered species studies, and constructed wetland design
  • M.S. degree in environmental science, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; B.A. degree in biology and environmental studies, with honors, Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota
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Dan Salsinger, CPESC, CISEC

Hanes Companies Inc.

  • President of the Great Lakes Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association
  • Certified erosion and sediment control professional for Ero-Tex
  • B.S. degree, Illinois State University
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Product ID: 393011
Published 2014
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