Please join us

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

10:00 am – 3:00pm

SUNY New Paltz

Student Union Building, Room 62-63

Integrating Stormwater Goals with Community Planning & Design

This program will provide an introduction to strategies for addressing stormwater

management and water quality protection goals in comprehensive plans and other aspects of

local land use policies. It is designed for professionals and other stakeholder involved in

municipal government, land use and watershed planning, community development and

revitalization, and stormwater management. This program is being presented as part of an

ongoing regional education and training initiative on water quality planning, focusing on

stormwater management priorities, opportunities for using green infrastructure for runoff

reduction and water quality restoration, and compliance with regulatory requirements for

MS4 municipalities in the mid-Hudson region of New York.

Presenters will include:

John Behan, AICP, Behan Planning & Design

Robert Feller, Esq., Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC

Neil Bettez, Ph.D., Town Supervisor, Town of New Paltz

Amanda LaValle, Coordinator, Ulster County Department of the Environment

Rick Alfandre, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Alfandre Architecture

There is no charge for this workshop. Lunch is on your own and several options are

available at the Student Union building food court and other nearby locations.

A copy of the agenda and a free parking pass will be emailed to all registrants by

Friday March 24, 2016.

Please RSVP to Eventbrite:


For additional information, please contact either Pat Pomeroy at

or Simon Gruber at

This program is sponsored by the Hudson Valley Regional Council with funding from the New

York State Department of Environmental Conservation and cooperation from the Benjamin

Center at SUNY New Paltz.


Integrating Stormwater Goals with Community Planning & Design