Environmental and Urban Studies Program presents

Village of Red Hook Municipal Sewer Project

Brent Kovalchik
Architect and Deputy Mayor of Red Hook, NY

 

Thursday, September 28, 2017

The Village of Red Hook’s Municipal Sewer Project has been developing for over seventy years. Countless planning documents, initiatives, two failed referendums and the path to final completion will be explored.  The project addresses the Village’s economic development future and protection of drinking water supplies for residents and institutions that rely on the Saw Kill Watershed’s aquifer, tributaries and streams for their own needs.
 
Through the example of a municipal infrastructure project, we will discuss the work involved with gathering and documenting the research, finding the necessary funding, advocating for its necessity, and navigating the bureaucratic and regulatory paperwork required to realize this most important project.
 

Time: 4:40 pm

Location: Olin, Room 102