"Green Infrastructure Could Cut Stormwater Pollution in Ventura County"

09.02.2010
KPCC Southern California Public Radio

To listen to a recording of the interview, please click here.

Nossaman Partner, Mary Lynn Coffee, was recently interviewed on KPCC Southern California Public Radio for the segment, "Green Infrastructure Could Cut Stormwater Pollution in Ventura County."

The segment discusses the new rules state regulators are putting in place to improve how stormwater is currently treated and released into the ocean and rivers. Mary Lynn comments on the impact these new rules could have on developers, "one of the more difficult things for developers now who are trying to reinitiate projects is that the rules are all new and the rules require redesign, which is cost-intensive."

Ms. Coffee's comments can be heard at minute 3:28 of the interview, which you can listen to by clicking the above link.

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