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Thu, Aug 20 | Zoom

Wellhead Protection Viewer Virtual Training Session

Interested in using our online Wellhead Protection Viewer, but not sure how to navigate it? Join us for a virtual training session facilitated by OHM Advisors to learn more about the tool's latest updates and capabilities.
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Wellhead Protection Viewer Virtual Training Session

Time & Location

Aug 20, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Zoom

About the Event

The Wellhead Protection Viewer is an interactive online mapping application that provides a variety of data – including well locations, time of travel areas, brownfields, potential contamination source locations, and more – so communities and organizations can be better informed when making development decisions that may affect our region's groundwater. The application is a useful resource for planners looking to identify locations at greatest risk for groundwater contamination and preparing site plan reviews, emergency response plans, and risk and resilience assessments, all of which help protect our drinking water at its source!

Tri-County has been working with local communities to coordinate an upgrade of the Viewer to improve functionality, integrate live data sources, and update our Potential Contaminant Source Inventory and expand it to include locations throughout the region.

Communities and organizations in the tri-county region that are interested in learning how to utilize and navigate the new and improved Viewer are invited to participate in a virtual training session on Thursday, August 20th from 11-12 p.m. facilitated by OHM Advisors. The session will include information on the practical applications of the Viewer when making site plan and development decisions, as well as types of hardware and software needed to operate it effectively.

Not able to make the training but still interested in learning more about the tool? Stay tuned for training videos and guides that will be made available after the session. 

For more information regarding the Wellhead Protection Viewer, contact Environmental Sustainability Planner Lauren Schnoebelen, at lschnoebelen@mitcrpc.org

Tri-County RPC is committed to open and accessible events. Contact clerk@mitcrpc.org to request interpretation services, accommodations for persons with disabilities, and assistance with additional needs, including use of the Telecommunications Relay Service, in advance of the meeting.

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