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Green Infrastructure Practices in New York

  • May 21, 2015
  • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
  • McCarthy Fingar LLP, White Plains, NY

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The Westchester Women's Bar Association 
Environmental and Land Use Committee
Presents

Green Infrastructure Practices in New York*
A Brown Bag Lunch Program
     
Speaker: Jeffrey LeJava, Esq., Senior Staff Attorney
Land Use Law Center for Sustainable Development, Pace Law School      
Date and Time: Thursday, May 21, 2015
12:30 - 2:00 pm
Program & Networking
Location: McCarthy Fingar LLP / Main Conference Room
11 Martine Ave., 12th Floor
White Plains, NY 10606
 Details: No Charge for WWBA Members and Guests 
Bring your lunch /
Beverages and Cookies Provided
 RSVP: RSVP on line or Linda Oliveras, loliveras@mccarthyfingar.com

*Green infrastructure is becoming an increasingly important tool to reduce stormwater generation and mitigate its impacts, particularly in more urbanized communities. The discussion will focus on the integration of green infrastructure practices with the land use approval process in New York State and how one community, Newburgh, NY is looking to its Conservation Advisory Council to champion green infrastructure's use.

No CLE Credits will be offered for this program.

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