Stormwater Drainage: Q & A

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Camden Soil & Water Conservation District is sponsoring a question and answer panel discussion with experts in the area of stormwater drainage on January 23, 2018 from 3-5 p.m. in the historic Camden County Courthouse.

Panel Participants:

Professor Richard Whisnant, Attorney, NC School of Government will be on hand to present and answer questions on landowner rights and responsibilities concerning stormwater drainage.

Glenn Cooke, County Maintenance Engineer for Camden, Currituck and Pasquotank Counties will be there to discuss NCDOT’s role in stormwater maintenance.

William Lord and Mitch Woodward, NCSU Cooperative Extension Specialists in stormwater management and water quality can answer questions on stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs).

We are looking forward to an interesting and informative session for homeowners, developers, farmers and government officials. Mark your calendars now and be sure not to miss these authorities discussing issues of stormwater management.