SDEP October Monthly Meeting

  • 12 Oct 2010
  • 12:00 PM - 12:59 PM
  • Holiday Inn Mission Valley Stadium

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Speaker:

Scott Taylor, P.E., D.WRE 

RBF Consulting

CASQA Chair

Topic:

Storm Water Update

Link to Presentation:

SDEP Presentation 101210.pdf

Cost:

$25 for members, $30 for non-members, add $5 if reservation is not received by 5pm the Friday before. Walk-ins with no reservation will be asked to wait until those with reservations are seated.

Abstract:

Stormwater quality regulation seems to be ever more prescriptive with ever increasing costs for both municipalities and developers. There is great uncertainty in budgeting for stormwater programs on a municipal level, and costs for land development are increasing as more land must be dedicated for treatment devices and more analysis completed to obtain environmental permits. It is unclear if the current path we are on is sustainable (from a cost perspective) and effective.   We will explore some of the current regulatory initiatives and cost drivers in this discussion, and also look at a long-term solution for stormwater quality.

Speaker Information:

Scott Taylor is a Senior Vice President with RBF Consulting, headquartered in Irvine, CA.  Mr. Taylor manages RBF’s Carlsbad office.  Mr. Taylor received his BSCE from California State Polytechnic University at Pomona, and his MSCE from California State University at Long Beach.  He is an ASCE Fellow and a Diplomate in Water Resources Engineering.  Mr. Taylor is a registered professional engineer in seven states, including California.  He has taught short courses on BMP design, construction site stormwater management and undergraduate courses in water resources engineering.

Mr. Taylor is Chair of the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA).  CASQA is comprised of municipalities, private business and consultants that hold stormwater NPDES permits or work in the stormwater industry.  CASQA is a 501(c)3 corporation, dedicated to the advancement of stormwater quality science and regulation.  Mr. Taylor has experience in hydrology, flood control, alluvial channel design and stormwater quality including permitting and policy, TMDL implementation, BMP research, BMP design and the development of guidance manuals for water quality.

 

Menu: Chicken Cobb Salad or Vegetarian Cobb Salad

 

Location:

Holiday Inn Mission Valley Stadium
3805 Murphy Canyon Road
San Diego, CA 92123
800-345-8082

  

Directions:Directions from the North: Take I-15 South; exit Aero Drive; Right at light; Right again onto Murphy Canyon Road, Right at light into hotel lot.

Directions from Interstate 8 and South: Get onto I-15 North; exit Aero Drive; Left at stoplight and cross back over highway; Right onto Murphy Canyon Road, Right at light into hotel parking lot.

 

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