How can the least-valued, sometimes most expensive part of the water cycle become an economic asset?
Stormwater infrastructure is one of New Jersey’s most expensive water-related funding needs, but, unlike 1,583 cities across the country, New Jersey communities cannot create a “utility” that is responsible for managing it. Panelists will discuss the role of stormwater management in redevelopment, how stormwater utilities have been structured in other states to meet the needs of their communities, and how to engage businesses, residents and policy makers in the discussion.
This session is eligible for 1.5 AICP Law CM credits. It is also available for CLE credits. Attendees must sign in and out in order to receive a certificate.
Session Sponsor: Valley National Bank
Track Sponsor: Scarinci Hollenbeck LLC
Session Category : Transportation and Infrastructure