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 CRS/MS4 User Group Meeting -- May 4, 2018
 
Please join us Friday, May 4, 2018 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and noon at the Middlesex County Fire Academy, 1001 Fire Academy Drive, Sayreville, NJ 08872 for a CRS/MS4 User Group Information Meeting.
 
This second free seminar is an invitation to all Middlesex County municipalities to become more familiar with the wealth of assistance available to help you create your municipal blueprint for building a more adaptive and resilient community in the face of more extreme weather patterns in New Jersey. Learn about a new opportunity to develop regional resiliency for flood-impacted towns in Middlesex County to be offered by NJDEP in coming months. Get the latest news on the adopted municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) regulations required for all New Jersey municipalities. Hear about revegetation efforts to enhance Blue Acres acquisitions and green stormwater management measures applicable to both CRS and MS4 goals. Network with our county team to assist your CRS and MS4 compliance efforts.
 
Sponsored by the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders, and supported by the Office of Emergency Management and Office of Planning, this workshop is the second of our regular updates on CRS and stormwater management. Your input in the Q & A sessions following each speaker will help us chart a course for County assistance in these areas.
 
Participating speakers and topics Include:
- Regional Resiliency Tech Assistance Grant Opportunities
   Michael Kolber, NJDEP Office of Coastal and Land Use Planning
 
- Regulations MS4 Update, Update on the Municipal MS4 Permit
   Matthew Klewin, NJDEP, Division of Water Quality
 
- Sayreville Blue Acres Revegetation Proposals and Green Infrastructure Measures
  Jeremiah Bergstrom, Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Resources Program

- CRS Lessons Learned Panel
Thomas Flynn, Woodbridge Township
Mariann Luhrs, FEMA Region 2 CRS Coordinator*
Jack Layne, Borough of South River
James Watt, NJDEP Bureau of Flood Control*
Jeff Rausch, City of Perth Amboy
Garrett Byma, CFM, ISO Community Hazard Mitigation*
Kirk Miick & Andrew Mashanski, Borough of Sayreville
 
 
Each topic session will include a Q & A period to address your questions and concerns. Sign in will begin at 9:00 AM. The first session will begin promptly at 9:45 AM. This will be a fully packed agenda set to promptly adjourn at noon.
 
 Please RSVP now for this free event by calling the Middlesex County Office of Planning at (732) 745-4167 or by Email to by clicking here.

Office of Planning County Administration Building
5th Floor
75 Bayard Street 
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 

Phone: 732-745-3062
Fax: 732-745-3201 

 



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