CCOBH/Naamans Creek Watershed Association May 10th Mtg.

CCOBH & Naamans Creek Watershed Association are pleased to announce a special meeting on: Stormwater in the Brandywine Hundred Watersheds

Thursday May 10th at Springer Middle School
2220 Shipley Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19803
from 7-9PM in the Auditorium.

Participants include:
Tracy Surles, NCC Special Services
Frank Piorko, DNREC, Division of Watershed Stewardship
Kevin Donnelly, NCC Conservation District
John Cartier, NCC County Council Councilman

The 3 Brandywine Hundred Watersheds (Naamans Creek, Shellpot Creek and Brandywine Creek) are in the Piedmont Drainage Area and have sharp drops in elevation.

Agenda:
– Video on small watersheds.
– Drainage issues in relation to their position in the watershed.
– Your questions to the speakers.
– Related issues for a future meeting.

What are the responsibilities of: County, State, and Conservation District agencies for stormwater-related issues?
Who can you contact to get answers to your stormwater problems, etc.?

We have included a downloadable PDF of the May 10th Stormwater Meeting flyer you may print out and distribute to your community. We look forward to seeing you there!

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One Response to CCOBH/Naamans Creek Watershed Association May 10th Mtg.

  1. wpccobh says:

    Sounds like a good place to consider the Civic League Community Bill of Rights, item 7 “Drainage so that flooding will be eliminated on adjacent and downstream properties based on minimum 100 year storm including quality of discharges.”

    Too see the entire 12 items of the Community Bill of Rights go to http://www.CivicLeagueforNCC.org.

    Fritz Griesinger
    Community Advocate since 1960

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