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Water Supply Management

Ensuring safe, sustainable and equitable drinking water systems

Drinking Water 1-2-3 Regional Event #4

Thursday, September 12, 2019, 8 a.m. to noon at the Barrington Park District. Held in partnership with the Barrington Area Council of Governments. Key event topics included how to incorporate water supply management needs and goals into community comprehensive plans, and demand forecasting.

Keynote: Hon. Karen Darch, President, Village of Barrington

Topics covered (click to view slides):

  1. Working Together to Advance Water Supply Planning in Minnesota with Ali Elhassan, PhD, P.E., Manager of Water Supply Planning, Metropolitan Council;
  2. Implementing drinking water conservation strategies through a comprehensive plan with Bryan Bear, City Administrator, City of Hugo, MN;
  3. Overview of best practices: Latest trends incorporating water into land use planning with Danielle Gallet, Director of Water Resources, Metropolitan Planning Council;
  4. Water Work To-Date in the BACOG Region with Janet Agnoletti, Executive Director, Barrington Area Council of Governments (BACOG);
  5. Strengthening Community Development Through Integrated Water Master Planning with Andy Martin, Principal and Managing Director of Midwest Operations, Greeley & Hansen; and
  6. Why Include Water in Land Use Plans? The Importance of Incorporating Water Needs + Goals into Comprehensive Plans with Nora Beck, Senior Planner, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP)

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Metropolitan Planning Council 140 S. Dearborn St.
Suite 1400
Chicago, Ill. 60603
312 922 5616 info@metroplanning.org

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