Save the Date: Municipal Green Infrastructure Workshop


Municipal Green Infrastructure Opportunities
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast and Networking
8:00 - 10:00 a.m. - Program

UW-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences—Room 3080
600 E. Greenfield Avenue Milwaukee, WI

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More and more municipalities in Southeastern Wisconsin are finding a place for green infrastructure stormwater management practices in their stormwater “toolbox.” Meanwhile, municipal stormwater permits from the state and TMDL requirements both generate opportunities to use green infrastructure to realize multiple objectives and benefits for the municipality and the community at large. Attend this workshop and hear from other municipalities in the region what they have done to take advantage of these opportunities. If you are municipal staff in stormwater, engineering, public works, planning, or community development, or if you work for a consulting firm that assists municipalities with stormwater planning, design, and/or construction, this workshop is for you!

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The agenda for the event will be as follows:

7:30 a.m – Continental breakfast, networking with industry professionals

8:00 a.m – Introductions, program begins

8:15 a.m – Pamela Ritger, Clean Wisconsin – How Municipal Code and Ordinance Updates Can Improve Water Quality and Further Compliance with TMDLs

8:30 a.m – Andy Kaminski, MMSD – Green Solutions Funding Opportunities

8:45 a.m – Mary Jo Lange, City of Cudahy – Packard Avenue Streetscape Reconstruction, Proposed Green Alley Project                  

9:15 a.m – Matthew Maederer, Village of Brown Deer – Bradley Road Green Infrastructure & Badger Meter Park

9:45 a.m – Wrap up, additional Q&A