8th Annual Water Resources Strategies Symposium

May 17 2017
8th Annual Water Resources Strategies Symposium

Challenging the Status Quo
 
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Check-in begins at 7:30 AM
 
The Marriott Courtyard Boston Marlborough
75 Felton Street, Marlborough, MA 01752

 
Registration Deadline: May 10, 2017
 
MCWRS invites you to our 8th annual symposium on water resources issues. The symposium will feature an exceptional program of presentations from water industry professionals and state and municipal officials. Each will outline actionable strategies and practical applications to help officials meet their water infrastructure challenges with limited resources for community services.
  
The Coalition is pleased to announce that this year’s keynote address will be given by:
 
George Hawkins
CEO and General Manager, DC Water
 
Presentations and speakers include:
 
Planning and Designing Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure: Innovative Envision Approaches
Elizabeth J. Bradford, Sustainable Communities Service Area Lead, CH2M
 
Permitting and Compliance Strategies
Donald L. Anglehart, Owner, Law Office of Donald L. Anglehart, LLC
Thomas Hamel, DPW Project Advisor, City of Chicopee
Michael A. Leon, Partner, Nutter McClennen & Fish, LLP
Karla Sangrey, Engineer-Director and Treasurer, Upper Blackstone Water Pollution Abatement District
 
Legal & Regulatory Update for Region 1
Robert D. Cox, Jr., Esq., Partner, Bowditch & Dewey, LLP
 
Nitrogen Trading: Lessons Learned from CT to MA
Jeanette Brown, Research Assistant Professor, Manhattan College, Bronx, NY
Susannah King, NPDES Section Chief, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
Thomas A. Tyler, P.E., Director of Facilities, The Metropolitan District, Hartford, CT
Art K. Umble, PhD, P.E., BCEE, WEF Fellow, Global Wastewater Practice Leader, MWH now part of Stantec
 
Alewife Stormwater Wetland: Sustainable Water Infrastructure in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Melissa Carter, P.E., PMP, Vice President and Director of Project Management, MWH now part of Stantec
 
Participants: The symposium is designed to benefit municipal elected officials, public works and engineering staff, regional planning agency staff, and consultants engaged by communities to assist with issues concerning drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, and Clean Water Act compliance.
 
Cost:
 
Coalition Members - $75 per person
Public Sector Non-Members (i.e. municipalities and non-profits) - $150 per person
Private Sector Non-Members (i.e. consultants and legal firms) - $200 per person
To confirm your cost, please check the list of current Coalition members. Space is limited. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Preregistration is required.
 
Please note: No refunds will be given for no shows or for cancellations after May 10, 2017. If you cannot attend the Symposium but have already registered/paid, MCWRS suggests sending a colleague from your organization in your place. Please contact events@mcwrs.org with any questions.
 
To be added to the symposium invitation list and to receive event updates, please contact Gregory Flanigan, Regina Villa Associates, at 617-357-5772 x18 or events@mcwrs.org.