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Current Issues in Storm Water Regulation

Save money by avoiding costly mistakes in storm water management. 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’ll find answers to all your questions, such as: What new case and policy decisions impact my practices? and, 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 the permitting strategies •Discover how the latest laws and regulations will impact storm water discharges •Learn how to evaluate your storm water program to ensure compliance •Get the latest information on designs to control storm water Learning Objectives •You will be able to discuss storm water effects on water quality and the environment. •You will be able to review the new storm water regulations. •You will be able to describe the application of wetland and storm water laws and regulations in practice. •You will be able to identify technical aspects of storm water regulation.
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Agenda

Overview of Storm Water Regulation
— Pamela D. Marks, Esq.
  • Storm Water Control, and Sediment and Erosion Control Programs: What Do They Regulate and How Do They Operate?
  • Evolving Approaches to Storm Water Control
  • Introduction to Environmental Site Design
Summary of Storm Water Effects on Water Quality and the Environment
— Andrew Der
Practical Overview of Regulations and Permitting
Types of Designs for Control of Storm Water
Technical Aspects of Storm Water Regulation
— Joseph P. Lewandowski
  • Discussion of Storm Water Applications in a Local Development Project
  • Focusing the Storm Water Design to Minimize Time and Cost
  • Illustration of Applicable Storm Water Control Devices
  • Discussion of the Coordination Between Lawyers, Architects, Developers and Engineers as They Relate to Storm Water Design
Implementation of the New Storm Water Regulations: ESD to MEP
— Joseph F. Devlin, Esq.
  • Discussion of the Three Phases and How They Fit Together From a Land Use Attorney's Perspective
  • What Does 'Maximum Extent Practicable' Mean?
  • What Role Does the Narrative Play in the Approval Process?
  • What About Impacts to Zoning Density?
State Implementation of Federal Total Maximum Daily Load 'Pollution Budgets' for the Chesapeake Bay Watershed – Overview and Update
— Susan T. Ford, Esq.
  • Maryland Allocation Process for Watershed Implementation Plans – General Overview Nonpoint Source Allocation
  • Current Status of Draft Phase 1 Watershed Implementation Plans and Storm Water Retrofit Requirements
  • Discussion of Public Comment Period for Draft Bay TMDL and WIP – What Should the Development Industry Be Focused on and What Can the Regulated Industry Do?
  • TMDL/WIP Implementation Schedule and Contacts
Application of Storm Water and Related Laws and Regulations in Practice
— M. Trent Zivkovich, Esq.
  • Legal Implications of the Changes to Maryland Storm Water Laws and Regulations for Existing and Pending Projects
  • Practical Implementation at the County Level
  • Future Changes to State Erosion and Sediment Control Standards and State General Discharge Permit for Storm Water Discharges Associated With Construction Activity
  • Potential Issues in Enforcement
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Lauren Bonanni

CBKN

Andrew T. Der

Andrew T. Der

Andrew T. Der & Associates, LLC, Environmental Consulting

  • Principal with Andrew T. Der & Associates, LLC, Environmental Consulting
  • Completed 17 years at Maryland Department of the Environment as a manager in Wetlands and Waterways Program
  • In private consulting since 2000 as director of environmental services of two civil engineering firms, now self-employed
  • Focuses in water resource permitting (Clean Water Act 401 WQC, 402 NPDES, 404 Dredge and Fill, and Maryland codes), development planning, wetland and water quality management, and expert testimony
  • Promotes innovative linking of storm water management regulatory and ecological principles
  • Appointed to environmental advocacy and industry commissions and committees; presenter at national and international industry symposia, and published numerous magazine and journal articles
  • B.S. degree in biology and chemistry, University of Tampa, Florida
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Susan T. Ford

CBKN

Susan T. Ford, Esq.

  • Director of the law firm of Council, Baradel, Kosmerl & Nolan, P.A.
  • Practices in environmental law, zoning law, administrative law and commercial litigation
  • Focuses on environmental regulatory matters
  • J.D. degree, University of Baltimore; B.S. degree, University of Maryland
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Joe Lewandowski

Environmental Resources Management Inc.

Joseph P. Lewandowski

  • Principal of Environmental Resources Management Inc.
  • Practices in the areas of environmental permitting, transferring assets, Brownfields, soil and ground water remediation, and regulatory plans
  • More than 40 years of diversified experience in the environmental field
  • Provides technical support to a variety of clients on environmental issues
  • B.S. degree in civil engineering
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Pamela D. Marks, Esq.

Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.

  • Managing shareholder of the Baltimore, Maryland, regional office of Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.
  • Practice emphasizes hazardous and solid waste management, water pollution control issues, remediation, permitting, CERCLA, and related litigation
  • Assists clients with environmental auditing and environmental management systems
  • Advises on a range of environmental issues related to real estate transactions and development
  • J.D. degree, University of Pennsylvania
  • Can be contacted at 410-230-1300 or [email protected]w.com
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M. Trent Zivkovich, Esq.

Whiteford Taylor Preston, LLP

  • Counsel with Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP
  • Assists clients with issues in environmental, land use, natural resources, renewable energy and construction law
  • More than 10 years directing projects for national environmental consulting firms and a regional commercial construction and land development firm
  • Licensed professional geologist
  • J.D. degree, University of Baltimore School of Law
  • Can be contacted at 410-347-8778 or [email protected]
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Product ID: 387409
Published 2011
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