2013 Regional Storm Water Summit

Date & Time: 
Friday, October 4, 2013 - 9:00am
Lawrence Tech University, Oakland County, Michigan
Keynote Speaker - Integrating Green Storm Water Infrastructure into Combined Sewer Overflow Control Planning: Source Control Implementation on a Watershed Scale Dr. Jim Smullen, Senior Vice President, CDM Smith
EPA’s Proposed Storm Water Rulemaking Bob Newport, NPDES Programs Branch, U.S. EPA Region 5
New State NPDES Phase II Storm Water Permit Application Bill Creal, Chief, and Christe Alwin, MS4 Program Specialist, Water Resources Division, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
Shifting from Grey to Green Infrastructure in the Rouge River Watershed Jim Ridgway, Executive Director, and Annette DeMaria, Alliance of Rouge Communities Staff
Managing Storm Water with Green Infrastructure Amy Mangus, Leader of Plan Implementation, and Kelly Karll, Senior Engineer, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments
Storm Water Best Management Practices Dr. Don Carpenter, Associate Professor, Lawrence Technological University
Storm Water Utility Funding Approach – Theory, Implementation, Results Moderator: Laura Rubin, Executive Director, Huron River Watershed Council Speaker Panel: Jennifer Lawson, Water Quality Manager, City of Ann Arbor Harry Sheehan, Environmental Manager, Washtenaw County Water Resources Ric Lawson, Watershed Planner, Huron River Watershed Council
Storm Water, Asset Management and Wastewater (SAW) Program Funding Kelly Hoffman, West Unit Chief, Office of Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
Climate Change in Southeast Michigan – What’s Coming and Implications for Storm Water Management Daniel Brown, Research Associate, Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments