Join planners, engineers, policymakers, attorneys and others at APA Long Island Section’s annual Arthur Kunz Memorial Scholarship Breakfast tomorrow, Friday, May 15th.
This year’s Breakfast will focus on water quality and wastewater management planning — a topic that is critical to the economic and environmental resilience of Long Island. Kristy Senatori and Erin Perry from the Cape Cod Commission will discuss best practices for planners, engineers and policy makers who are responsible for and/or involved in water quality improvement initiatives.
Water Quality Management: A Coastal New England Case Study
Sarah Lansdale, Director of Planning, Suffolk County
FEATURED GUEST SPEAKERS:
Kristy Senatori, Deputy Director, Cape Cod Commission
Erin Perry, Special Projects Coordinator, Cape Cod Commission
The Breakfast is on Friday, May 15, from 8-10:30 at Molloy College’s Suffolk Center at Republic Airport in Farmingdale (see http://www.molloy.edu/about-molloy/suffolk-center). A healthy breakfast buffet will be provided.
Registration Costs before the event: $15 students; $20 municipal, APA members, non-profits; $25 non-APA members; ($40 at the door).
To register for this event and pay online, visit http://www.apalongisland.org.