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									LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT COURSE FOR GOVERNMENT WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 8.30 AM – 3:30 PM
Overall goals: 1. Provide course participants with a better understanding of the concepts and principles of Low Impact Development techniques (LID’s). These techniques will assist CRMC applicants to comply with the Metro Bay Urban Coastal Greenway policy. 2. Present specific examples of how to incorporate LID techniques into specific design plans.

AGENDA
8:30 8:50 9:00 Registration The mission of Save the Bay– Curt Spalding, Save the Bay (STB) Welcome, agenda review, and identification of LID issues and constraints - – Jennifer McCann, University of Rhode Island Coastal Resources Center and Rhode Island Sea Grant (CRC/RISG) The Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council’s (CRMC) commitment to integrating LID techniques into urban coastal development – Grover Fugate, CRMC The Narragansett Bay Commission’s (NBC) support for application of LID techniques – Tom Uva, NBC Concepts and principles of LID techniques - Rich Claytor, P.E. and Christine Wallace, P.E., Horsley Witten Group (HWG) Coffee Break Concepts and principles, continued - Rich Claytor, P.E. and Christine Wallace, P.E., HWG Box lunches Guided tour of the Save the Bay Facility – Omay Elphick and Wenley Ferguson, STB and Rich Claytor, P.E. and Christine Wallace, HWG LID Case Studies and applications - Rich Claytor, P.E, HWG Next Steps – Jennifer McCann, CRC/RISG and Grover Fugate, CRMC Adjourn

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Sponsored by the Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council, University of Rhode Island Coastal Resources Center and Rhode Island Sea Grant


								
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