|Number of Members:||10|
The role of the Greenville Stormwater Regulatory Committee (SRC) is to assist the City of Greenville Engineering Department, Stormwater Management Division in reviewing the City’s current stormwater management program and ordinances and to provide recommendations for a sustainable program that will continue to enable the City to meet its stormwater management vision.
“Stormwater management will comprehensively address surface water within the city through public leadership to protect and preserve the environment and the quality of life in Greenville. Design, construction, maintenance and management of the physical structures and water courses will be in partnership with the community, to meet community goals of reducing the risk of flooding and of protecting surface water quality.”
The Stormwater Management Division is responsible for taking information gathered through its analyses and considering the feedback from the Committee in order to formulate a recommendation for ordinance revisions to the City Council. The Greenville City Council has sole authority to approve recommendations and amend ordinances. Committee deliberations and recommendations are to aid Stormwater Management Division staff in drafting ordinance revision recommendations for City Council consideration.
|Meeting Day:||Every three weeks beginning February 10, 2021
|Meeting Time:||9:00 a.m.
|Rocky Russell||First term|
|Jill Howell||First Term|
|Michael Odriscoll||First term|
|Ken Malpass||First term|
|Igor Palyvoda||First term|
|Michelle Clements||First term|
|Bryan Fagundas||First term|
|Richie Brown||First term|
|Steve Janowski||First term|