David Shorr to Present at the Missouri Storm Water Permits and Pollution Prevention Plans Seminar
JEFFERSON CITY (May 16, 2011) – Lathrop Gage attorney David Shorr (Environmental – Jefferson City) will speak at the Missouri Storm Water Permits and Pollution Prevention Plans seminar in Clayton, Mo. on May 19, 2011. He will present on “Understanding Missouri Storm Water Permit Requirements for Land Disturbance Activities.”
The lecture presentation is designed for and presented to contractors, developers and engineers interested in Missouri storm water permit requirements for land disturbance activities, post-construction storm water best management practices and construction site storm water pollution prevention. The conference is being sponsored by HalfMoon Seminars of Altoona, Wis.
Shorr is the partner in charge of Lathrop Gage’s Jefferson City and Columbia, Mo. offices. He is a noted authority on matters regarding the ecological impacts of the Missouri River basin, and is the past director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, the State of Missouri’s environmental protection, state parks and natural resources agency.
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