Division of Watershed Stewardship will hold its second public hearing
on proposed revisions to the Delaware Sediment and Stormwater
The meeting will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 23, in the DNREC Auditorium,
Richardson and Robbins Building, 89 Kings Highway, Dover.
revisions are designed to address the April 2005 recommendations of the
Task Force on Surface Water Management, as well as changes to regulatory
language following the first public hearing
held March 1, 2012.
The proposed regulation revisions may be inspected at the following locations:
additional information or to make an appointment to inspect the
proposed regulation revisions or the technical document at DNREC's Dover
office, please contact Elaine Webb, DNREC Sediment
and Stormwater Management Program, at 302-739-9921, or
Elaine.Webb@state.de.us. Review of the documents at the public libraries can be made during the libraries' scheduled operating hours.
parties may present statements and testimony orally or in writing on
the proposed regulation changes at the April 23 public hearing or submit
comments in writing by May 8, 2013.
submitted as part of the first public comment period will remain as
part of the record. Those interested in speaking at the public hearing
are asked to register in advance. Written comments on the technical
document will be accepted until Tuesday, April 30,
statements and comments on the proposed regulation changes may be
addressed to: Elaine Webb, DNREC Sediment and Stormwater Management
Program, 89 Kings Highway, Dover, DE 19901, or submitted
by email to Elaine.Webb@state.de.us.
Wednesday, July 23 2014 5:21 PM EDT2014-07-23 21:21:33 GMT
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