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UPDATED: PA Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan Steering Committee Meets Feb. 20
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[UPDATED with links to available handouts.] The PA Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan Steering Committee is scheduled to meet on February 20 to hear presentations from Adams and Franklin counties on the plans they developed to meet their nutrient pollution reduction targets.

Click Here for the complete agenda.

Adams, Franklin, Lancaster and York counties were selected to pilot the county clean water planning process developed by the Steering Committee for the development of county-level clean water plans.

Here are some of the handouts available for the Adams and Franklin county presentations--

-- Adams County Action Plan Recommendation Presentation

-- Adams County Clean Water Action Plan Overview Narrative

-- Adams County Action Plan Snapshot

-- Adams County Planning And Progress Template

-- Adams County Programmatic Recommendations

-- Adams County Technical Appendix

-- Franklin County Clean Water Action Plan Overview Narrative

-- Franklin County Action Plan Snapshot

-- Franklin County Programmatic Recommendations

-- Franklin County Planning And Progress Template

-- Franklin County Detailed BMP Template

Also on the agenda is a presentation by the Local Area Goals Workground on recommended updates to the Countywide Action Planning Process. Here are some of the handouts available--

-- Local Area Goals Workgroup Presentation

-- Planning Process Recommendations & Planning Templates

-- Pilot County Planning Process, Toolbox Updates & Recommendations

-- Updated PA Community Clean Water Planning Guide

-- Option: Watershed-Wide Approach For Completion & Implementation Of WIP

-- Option: Staged Approach For Completion & Implementation Of WIP

Other handouts should be posted on the Steering Committee webpage on Tuesday.

The meeting will be held in Room 105 of the Rachel Carson Building in Harrisburg from 1:00 to 4:00.  Click Here to register to attend the meeting via webinar.   Participants will also need to call in 1-650-479-3208, PASSCODE: 640 189 982.

The next meeting of the Steering Committee is on March 22.

For more information and copies of available handouts, visit the PA Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan Steering Committee webpage.

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[Posted: Feb. 15, 2019]


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