Watershed Webinar Series
MS4 Lessons Learned in South Burlington, VT
September 30, 2019, Noon-1:00PM
NEWEA’s Watershed Committee will be hosting a series of webinars focusing on watershed scale issues in states throughout New England. Join David Wheeler, Stormwater Project Manager from South Burlington, to learn about Vermont’s first stormwater utility and the lessons learned over the past decade of stormwater implementation.
The presentation will highlight the process of establishing a stormwater utility, development of Flow Restoration Plans (FRPs) to meet flow based TMDL requirements in multiple watersheds in South Burlington, implementation of FRP projects, current development of a Phosphorous Control Plan (PCP) to meet the Phosphorous TMDL for Lake Champlain, as well as the collaborative relationship between the City of South Burlington and the neighboring Town of Shelburne, which includes resource and cost sharing to assist with the compliance of Shelburne’s MS4 permit requirements. View flyer>>
Speaker: David Wheeler is the Stormwater Project Manager/Assistant Stormwater Superintendent for the City of South Burlington, Vermont. Prior to working for Public Works, David worked for four years as an environmental engineer at Hoyle, Tanner & Associates in Burlington, Vermont. He graduated from the University of Vermont with a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering in 2011.