Wednesday June 22, 2016
How it works: Register for the $50 course bundle and gain access to the comprehensive online course with the live webinar. You will receive email instructions on how to access the online course, as well as where to log in on June 22 2016 at 6:30 PM.
Pennsylvania municipalities experiencing shale gas development need to know how best to address gas industry impacts following the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and Commonwealth Court decisions, and this course bundle provides critical information.
The Local Government Academy, in partnership with Washington & Jefferson College’s Center for Energy Policy and Management, and sponsored by W&J’s Shale Gas Knowledge Hub, is presenting, “Managing Marcellus: Land Use and Impact Regulations after Act 13 Supreme Court Case, Where are we Now?” as part the Managing Marcellus series.
Online Course Speakers include:
•Jack Ubinger, Environmental Policy Advisor
•Kurt Klapkowski, PA Department of Environmental Protection
•Denny Puko, PA DCED Governor’s Center for Local Government Services
•Allen Cohen, Cohen Municipal Planning Consultants
•John Trant, Strategic Solutions LLC
The Panel Discussion Webinar will feature a discussion of attorneys with experience in real estate and municipal law:
John Smith, Smith Butz
Patricia McGrail, McGrail & Associates
Andrea Geraghty, Meyer, Unkovic & Scott
Scholarships and discounts are available to communities on this list . If your community is eligible, contact Justin Philman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-586-5659 for the coupon code to use during checkout.
Click here to access LGA’s Course Catalog. Add “Managing Marcellus: Land Use and Impact Regulations after Act 13 Supreme Court Case, Where are we Now?” to your shopping cart.