New Jersey Department of Transportation’s new model policy and guide puts green streets within reach for all municipalities. Learn how to improve your streets and neighborhoods for safety, equity, health, and stormwater management, all while preserving existing communities. Session summary. Janna Chernetz presentation Barkha Patel presentation Kandyce Perry presentation Emily Schweninger presentation Infrastructure track sponsor: Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLCClick for more information on 'Green Streets, Complete Neighborhoods'
News over the past year has exposed how much lead in water, paint, and soil is still a problem in New Jersey, which may pose an obstacle for older municipalities in attracting new economic development and residents. If you are a landlord, developer, or municipal official, here’s what you should know about dealing with lead during redevelopment. This session will cover issues of disclosure, transparency, business recruitment, and redevelopment of residential and commercial property. Session […]Click for more information on 'Don’t just leave it there: Addressing lead in redevelopment'
As our climate changes and storms worsen, much of New Jersey’s infrastructure is at risk. How can communities not only make transportation, energy and water systems resilient, but also redesign them to take advantage of new technologies and changing community needs? This session will explore ways to harness regulations, integrated solutions and stakeholder input to build climate-ready and future-ready infrastructure. Session summary. Garlen Capita presentation. Sean Moriarity presentation. Andrew Salkin presentation CREDITS: Eligible for 1.5 […]Click for more information on 'Stronger than the Storm: Building the infrastructure we need for a changing climate'