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Agenda
October 22, Wednesday 
The LID Picture & How to Make it Happen
Who should attend: developers, planners, municipal and county officials, builders, natural resource professionals
 
8:309:00 Registration
9:009:10 Welcome and Introductions
9:109:45 Limitations of Conventional Stormwater Management Neil Weinstein, Executive Director LIDCenter 
9:4510:30 Overview of LID Philosophy, Principles and Practices, Neil Weinstein
10:3010:45 Break
10:4511:30 LID Site Design and Management Practices, Neil Weinstein
11:3012:30 Economic and Environmental Benefits of LID for Urban Retrofits, Neil Weinstein 
12:301:15 Lunch
1:152:00  South Carolina Design Approaches: New Development and Urban Retrofit
2:002:15 Break
2:153:45 Making LID Happen Locally... A Panel Discussion
3:454:00 Wrap-up and adjourn
October 23, Thursday 
The Nuts & Bolts of LID, Including South Carolina Examples 
Who should attend: stormwater managers, engineers, landscape architects, contractors, water quality and natural resource professionals
 
8:309:00 Registration
9:009:10 Welcome and Introductions
9:109:45 Review of LID Principles and Objectives, Neil Weinstein, Executive Director LID Center
9:4511:00 The LID Toolbox (Hydrological Analysis, Site Planning, IMP Technologies), Paul Koch, Ph.D., P.E. LID Center
11:0011:15 Break
11:1512:00 Incorporating LID into Existing Plans and Guidelines, Neil Weinstein
12:0012:45 Lunch
12:452:15 Institutional Aspects of LID (Construction and Maintenance Issues) Neil Weinstein
2:152:30 Break
2:303:45 Residential Design Problem, Neil Weinstein 
Includes Q & A Session
3:454:00 Wrap-up and adjourn


Prepared by:  Kim Buchanan
Document URL:  http://www.sc.edu/sustainableu/LID1003Agenda.htm

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