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THE JULY 2016 ELLICOTT CITY FLOOD: A 9 MONTH STATUS REPORT

posted Apr 6, 2017, 5:43 AM by Doug Li   [ updated Apr 6, 2017, 5:44 AM ]

Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017

        Time11:30 AM, Luncheon

        Place:  Dutch’s Daughter Restaurant, 581 Himes Avenue, Frederick, MD 21703

        Cost: $25.00 per person ASCE Members, $30.00 non-members; RSVP Doug Li: doug.li@stantec.com. Checks made out to ASCE-MD, may be paid at the door.  

       Speaker:  Mark S. Richmond, P.E., Division Chief, Stormwater Management Division, Department of Public Works, Howard County, Maryland

About the Speaker:

 Mark has worked as a professional engineer in Maryland for over 30 years for both a private consulting engineering firm and for County government. Mark earned a BS degree in Civil Engineering from Lafayette College and an MS degree in Environmental Systems Engineering from Clemson University. His main area of expertise is in water resources, specifically leading projects in stream restoration, stormwater and water quality management, floodplain assessment, drainage design, NPDES permitting and compliance, erosion and sediment control, watershed assessment, and environmental permitting.

 Program:

 On July 30, 2016 there was a historic flooding event in Ellicott City, Maryland.  There was a lot of effort put into emergency response and reconstruction right after the event and now planning efforts are underway for rebuilding a resilient Ellicott City. Several hundred suggestions have been received for options to move forward. These suggestions include stormwater specific as well as overarching economic and historical proposals. A brief recap of the July 30 event as well as an overview of the post-storm efforts will be discussed  

 Each attendee will receive 1.0 Professional Development Hour

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