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Long Term Control Plan

LTCP Citywide Meetings

LTCP Citywide Modeling Meeting (February 28, 2013 – US Custom House, Manhattan)

Attendees of the LTCP Citywide Modeling Meeting learned more about the modeling processes that will be used to test potential alternatives identified as part of the LTCP Program. At the meeting, DEP and DEC staff reviewed the Watershed/Landside and Hydrodynamic/Water Quality models and the proposed baseline assumptions for evaluating the benefits of CSO control alternatives. DEP and DEC staff were available throughout the meeting to answer questions and present information on DEP’s CSO program and the LTCP process. A summary of the meeting, public comments received and responses from DEP and DEC is available to download:

A copy of the event’s advertisement, agenda and presentation given by DEP and DEC staff are available for download:

LTCP Citywide Kickoff Meeting (June 26, 2012 – Visitor Center at Newtown Creek)

Attendees of the LTCP Citywide Kickoff Meeting learned more about DEP’s current and upcoming efforts to reduce CSOs and how to provide input on possible solutions. DEP and DEC staff were available throughout the session to answer questions and present information on DEP’s CSO program and the LTCP process. A summary of the meeting, public comments received and responses from DEP and DEC is available to download:

Videos of the event are available for viewing:

A copy of the event’s advertisement, agenda and presentation given by Environmental Protection Commissioner Carter Strickland, Deputy Commissioner Angela Licata, DEC’s Region 2 Director Venetia Lannon, Bureau of Water Compliance Chief Gary Kline, invited speakers and guests are available for download:

In addition to informational handouts previously made available, the following handout was distributed to attendees:

The following material was presented and on display during the Kickoff Meeting Open House:

Green Infrastructure

Reservoir Levels

Current: 66.4%

Normal: 79.0%