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Urban Green Practices

Aired: January 25, 2012 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm EST

We are hearing more about urban green practices and their importance in stormwater quality and water volume reduction. Sheila will describe low impact development and green infrastructure and their benefits, their common drivers, and show examples of how these practices can be integrated into the urban fabric.


Sheila McKinley


Meet the Presenter:


Sheila McKinley, Christopher B. Burke Engineering, LLC


As a Senior Resource Planner with Christopher B. Burke, Engineering, Ltd., Sheila is responsible for managing the stormwater workline which includes the development of stormwater management plans, stormwater master plans, stormwater utilities, and stormwater ordinances.  She also leads the low impact development/green infrastructure planning efforts within CBBEL-Indiana. Sheila is also a proud alumna of IWLA, Class of 2007. 



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