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2019 Legislative Conference: Repaving the Federal Permitting Process

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    2019 Legislative Conference: Repaving the Federal Permitting Process

    In 2018, the Trump Administration announced efforts to streamline the federal permitting process, with the goal of capping reviews for new projects at a total of two years. Agencies engaged in this effort are involved in projects ranging from water infrastructure to roads and ditches to public transit. Join this workshop to learn more about how counties can benefit from federal streamlining efforts.

    • ALEX HERRGOTT, Executive Director, Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council  
    • WALTER R. BEYER, IV, Chief Engineer and Operations Officer, Elmore County, Ala.  

     

    In 2018, the Trump Administration announced efforts to streamline the federal permitting process, with the goal of capping reviews for new projects at a total of two years.
    2019-03-05
    Workshop
    2020-09-09

In 2018, the Trump Administration announced efforts to streamline the federal permitting process, with the goal of capping reviews for new projects at a total of two years. Agencies engaged in this effort are involved in projects ranging from water infrastructure to roads and ditches to public transit. Join this workshop to learn more about how counties can benefit from federal streamlining efforts.

  • ALEX HERRGOTT, Executive Director, Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council  
  • WALTER R. BEYER, IV, Chief Engineer and Operations Officer, Elmore County, Ala.  

 

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