The San Diego ASLA Stewardship Committee Hosted an Event to Discussing the Latest MWELO Updates + Stormwater Requirements “Kliff” Notes.
The San Diego ASLA Stewardship Committee hosted an educational Workshop “Kliff” notes version of the newly implemented changes to the Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (MWELO) State requirements and the County of San Diego Storm water requirements. The workshop was hosted on March 10 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm 2016 at the SDG&E Innovation Center, 4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92117.
This education session covered the latest changes that took effect late last year and early this year 2016, and how these changes affect our projects, as well as how we can expect to see these regulations implemented in our region.
The presenters were:
Ken Kozlik, Fuscoe – Storm Water Regs. And Design Implications
Chris Roesink, Hunter – MWELO Updates and Design Implications
Following the presentation there was a Q&A panel discussion and a multi-disciplinary discussion about these changes. Panelists were:
Dave Kahler, County of San Diego
Stephanie Gaines, County of San Diego
Gary Hoyt, City of Poway/La Mesa/Menifee
Mary Radley, City of Chula Vista
Terre Lien, City of San Diego
Click here to view Ken Kozlik’s presentation in pdf format.
Click here to view Chris Roesink’s presentation in pdf format.
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The Stewardship Committee is committed to advancing awareness and exposure of the sustainable practices that San Diego Landscape Architects contribute to our local environment.
To join the Stewardship Committee and for more information on this program, contact Jacqueline Higgins at email@example.com.