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The Sullivan County Partnership for Economic Development is hosting a SEQRA Educational Conference on Jan. 14 at The Sullivan in Rock Hill, N.Y. (snow date: Jan. 21). The event, ideal for municipal board members, engineers, attorneys, planning professionals, and all other interested stakeholders, will highlight and explain SEQRA basics and recent changes.
Attendees will leave with a substantial reference guide to review the material covered during the conference. Municipal planning board members will earn continuing education credits, and engineers will earn professional development hours.
Land Use/Environmental Attorney, Managing Partner, Jacobowitz & Gubits, LLP
Division Director of Environmental Permits NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
Environmental Analyst, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
Managing Member, Ecological Analysis, LLC
Managing Partner, Keystone Associates
Terresa M. Bakner
Partner, Whiteman Osterman & Hanna, LLP
Land Use/Environmental Attorney, Managing Partner, Billig Loughlin & Baer, LLP
“Developers and planning boards both have to stay on top of state and federal environmental laws to ensure that commercial, industrial, and residential developments are done thoughtfully,” said Marc Baez, president/CEO of the Sullivan County Partnership. “We want to keep development leaders in Sullivan County ahead of the curve with SEQRA changes and how it will impact their business, community, or clients.”
Tickets are $10 for municipal officials; $20 for Sullivan County Partnership Investors; and $30 for non-members. Dinner is included with the ticket cost. The event runs from 5 p.m. until 9:45 p.m.