Worth Noting/Calendar - April 2022


Kathryn McKillips was promoted to city engineer for the City of Elyria (Ohio).

Arden Fontaine was promoted to deputy director of public works for Volusia County (Florida).

Ty Cunningham was hired as an engineer with the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission (Pennsylvania). He comes with a background in managing stormwater projects.

Dan Tyler was hired as the public works director for the City of Brattleboro (Vermont) replacing Steve Barrett, who retired.

The Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources announced the following recipients of Clean Water Grant funds:

 Carnelian-Marine-St. Croix Watershed District, Big Marine Lake Stormwater Quality Improvements Phase I, $272,400

 Carnelian-Marine-St. Croix Watershed District, Big Carnelian Lake Stormwater Quality Improvements Phase I, $203,850

 Washington Conservation District, Perro Creek Stormwater Retrofits, $80,000

The City of Bonita Springs received more than $16 million from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity’s Rebuild Florida Mitigation General Infrastructure Program. The fund will be used to make improvements to 2.5 miles of stormwater infrastructure and will repair damage caused by Hurricane Irma.

The Town of Warrenton (Virginia) received a $991,185 grant from the state’s Stormwater Local Assistance Fund to help finance a stormwater pollution reduction project.

The Association of Minnesota Counties and the Board of Water & Soil Resources presented Crow Wing County’s community partnership with the County Highway Department for one of two AMC-BWSR County Conservation Awards for implementing stormwater runoff mitigation projects. 


April 10-13

American Public Works Association Snow Conference, David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh. Visit snow.apwa.net.

April 25-27

American Water Resources Association Spring Conference, Bryant Conference Center, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Visit www.awra.org.

May 2-4

Montana Stormwater Association Annual Conference, Holiday Inn Downtown, Missoula. Visit www.mtstormwaterconference.org.

June 5-8

American Society of Civil Engineers World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, The Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta. Visit www.asce.org.

June 12-15

American Water Works Association ACE22, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio. Visit www.awwa.org.

June 27-29

Water Environment Federation Stormwater Summit, Hyatt Regency, Minneapolis. Visit www.wef.org.

Aug. 28-31

American Public Works Association Public Works Expo 2022, (hotel TBA), Charlotte, North Carolina. Visit pwx.apwa.net.

Sept. 11-14

American Water Works Association Water Infrastructure Conference, (hotel TBA), Portland, Oregon. www.awwa.org.

Sept. 26-28

StormCon and National Rural Water Association WaterPro Conference, Gaylor National Resort and Conference Center, National Harbor, Maryland. These events are being held as parallel conferences. Visit nrwa.org or stormcon.com.

Nov. 7-9

American Water Resources Association Annual Conference, Hyatt Regency Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington. Visit awra.org.


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