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City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor
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For Immediate Release
Knoxville Selected for Stormwater Permitting Program
October 9, 2012 - The City of Knoxville was recognized today at Volunteer Landing as one of five programs selected by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for a pilot project that aims to streamline stormwater regulation.
Mayor Rogero speaks at TDEC event
Mayor Rogero speaks at the TDEC Pilot Project recognition ceremony at Volunteer Landing
Martineau, Duncan-Massey, Rogero
TDEC Commissioner Bob Martineau, Tennessee State Senator Becky Duncan Massey, Mayor Madeline Rogero
Knoxville has been selected as a Qualifying Local Program. This means that instead of applying for separate construction stormwater permits from the City and state, developers and contractors will now be able to deal only with the City.

"This will streamline stormwater permitting and regulation, while ensuring a consistent standard for environmental protection," said Christi Branscom, the City's Senior Director of Public Works. "We're very happy to have been selected by TDEC for the pilot program. It is a great reflection of the expertise and professionalism of our engineering staff."

The single permit system is scheduled to be in place by March 1, 2013.

The other four jurisdictions designated as QLPs are Knox County, Bristol, Cookeville and Washington County.

For more information on the QLP program, see: http://tn.gov/environment/wpc/stormh2o/qlp.shtml.
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