GCNV July Luncheon – Every Drop Counts – Water in the Desert
July 18 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Most of the rainwater that falls in the Las Vegas Valley travels through gutters, storm drains, channels, and washes and eventually drains, untreated, into the source of our drinking water – Lake Mead. As a result, it is important to minimize the amount of pollutants that come into contact with rainwater during storm events. It is also important to minimize the amount of pollution present in non-stormwater discharges that also have the potential to reach major water sources. This presentation will describe the history of the Las Vegas Valley Stormwater Management Program, why it exists, and the major components of the program, with an emphasis on how stormwater management is designed to help protect water quality in the Las Vegas Wash and Lake Mead.
John Tennert is Environmental Mitigation Manager for the Clark County Regional Flood Control District where he oversees environmental compliance activities associated with District activities. John has worked in local government in the Las Vegas Valley for more than 15 years, focusing on environmental and regulatory policy. He holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration and Policy from Virginia Tech, a Master of Arts in Political Science from the University of Texas at El Paso, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Washington State University.
Our luncheons are a great opportunity for networking and education. We meet at the InNEVation Center by Switch, right off the I-215 and Decatur exit and minutes from Henderson and the Center of Town. Our agenda includes:
- Open Networking
- Business Introductions – Introduce yourself and your business.
- Legislative Update
- Green Tech Update
- Keynote Speaker with a Q&A
Questions about the meeting? Interested in participating in our raffle? Contact us at [email protected]
Win a Framed 20×15 Original Print
This is an original photo by local photographer AJ Pagano – visit his site here. The print has a retail value of $385 and is printed on metal using a sublimation process. It has a wooden frame on the back that will make the print stand an inch off the wall. This is a fantastic piece that shows off the beauty of our great state.
(Please note, actual photo may vary from image here)