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Wednesday, July 17 • 3:30pm - 5:10pm
ZZ1. The Essentials of Obtaining an Environmental Resource Permit: The Nuts and Bolts of ERP Permitting

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This course will provide a detailed and in-depth breakdown of all aspects and components necessary for the environmental professional to obtain an ERP permit in an efficient and effective manner. This course will take the audience through all the steps in the review and issuance of an ERP permit including an administrative permit challenge. In addition, the course will discuss how new and proposed rules and policies are affecting the permitting process. Learn from this highly-experienced panel all of the essential criteria and policies, including wetland and mitigation requirements, stormwater requirements, water quality and administrative and legal requirements critical to finalize a permit. This course is a must for environmental professionals who want to understand all aspects of ERP permitting to better represent their clients and deliver efficient results. Audience participation encouraged.

Speakers
avatar for Luna E. Phillips

Luna E. Phillips

Shareholder, GUNSTER
Luna Phillips is a Florida Bar board certified Gunster shareholder who practices in the area of environmental, administrative and governmental law. She leads the firm’s Environmental practice.Prior to joining the firm, Luna was a senior attorney for the South Florida Water Management... Read More →
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Michelle Hopkins

Bureau Chief, Environmental Resource Permitting, Southwest Florida Water Management District
I oversee the Environmental Resource Permitting (ERP) program at the Southwest Florida Water Management District. I also coordinate regularly with our statewide partners at the USACE, FDEP and other Florida water management districts. I look forward to talking to you about all things... Read More →
avatar for Shannon Ruby Julien

Shannon Ruby Julien

Director of Environmental Services, VHB
I specialize in all aspects of environmental permitting including the National Environmental Policy Act, Endangered Species Act, Environmental Resource Permitting, and Consumptive Use Permitting. With over 25 years of experience, my current focus is related to the transportation... Read More →
avatar for Mark Thomasson

Mark Thomasson

Vice President, WSource
Environmental Resource PermittingCutting-edge stormwater management and reuseWater policyWater quality credit tradingAquifer recharge and UIC permitting


Wednesday July 17, 2019 3:30pm - 5:10pm
Caxambus 2

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