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WakeUP After 5: Can Development Improve Water Quality?
Changes to Raleigh's Development Policy
After-hours community conversation about Raleigh approving development in Falls Lake's secondary watershed. In the absence of a Low Impact Development (LID) ordinance, do case-by-case approvals threaten our drinking water quality? Can LID benefit the watershed?
Please join us at 5:30 PM and order some food and drinks before we being the program at 6:00 pm.
Overview of Low Impact Development (LID) - Sarah King, North Carolina Coastal Federation
Raleigh's Changing Development Policy - Russ Stephenson, Raleigh City Councilor At-Large
Panel and Community Conversation with:
Matthew Starr, Upper Neuse Riverkeeper
Russ Stephenson, Raleigh City Councilor At-Large
Beth Trahos, Smith Moore Leatherwood
Sarah King, North Carolina Coastal Federation
Bob Mulder, Watershed Protection Council
This event is free and open to the public. Cash bar and dinner service available through Village Grill.
Thank you to all of our generous sponsors!
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