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Low Impact Development Class Offered
Mecklenburg County is hosting an important seminar to familiarize developers, builders and the general public with the requirements of the Huntersville Water Quality Ordinance and the measures necessary for compliance.

January 26, 2005


LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT: MECKLENBURG COUNTY OFFERS CLASS FOR BUILDERS AND DEVELOPERS

Charlotte, NC - Mecklenburg County is hosting an important seminar to familiarize developers, builders and the general public with the requirements of the Huntersville Water Quality Ordinance and the measures necessary for compliance.

  • Thursday, February 17, 2005
  • 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • CPCC North Campus
    11930 Verhoeff Drive
    Huntersville

To register, call 704-336-5500 or e-mail Kim Garrett at garreks@co.mecklenburg.nc.us.  The registration deadline is Tuesday, February 15, 2005.

The workshop will contain important information for anyone who is planning on building in Huntersville. It is free and open to all interested parties. Rain gardens, grassed swales, and filter strips are just a few of the Best Management Practices approved for use under the Huntersville Water Quality Ordinance.  Adopted by the Town of Huntersville, this relatively new ordinance ensures the protection of surface water quality from pollutants associated with land development activities.

Mecklenburg County Water Quality Program is hosting the workshop. It will focus on current stream and lake water quality conditions, practical application of the LID Ordinance, incentives, inspection and enforcement and rain garden installation. All participants will receive a copy of the "Huntersville Water Quality Ordinance Design Manual."

For more information on Mecklenburg County Water Quality Program, check the Web site http://waterquality.charmeck.org .
 




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