Thursday, October 22, 2015

Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force Meets Oct. 28 In Harrisburg

DEP’s Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force will meet on October 28 in Harrisburg to continue its work on a set of recommendations for the Governor.  
In addition to status reports from Task Force work groups, also expected to be on the agenda are presentations on--
-- Voluntary Best Practices: Managing Operational Risk and Protecting Significant Historic and Cultural Resources - Presentation by Leaders in Energy and Preservation (LEAP), Marion Werkheiser, Cultural Heritage Partners; and
--  Integration/Coordination of Permitting between State and Federal Agencies: Col. Edward Chamberlayne, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers;  Heather Smiles, Fish and Boat Commission; and Dan Devlin, DCNR.
Work groups for the Task Force are due to complete their individual reports on November 2 and the Task Force is set to review the reports at its next meeting on November 18.
DEP hopes to hold a public comment period on the draft report recommendations in December, finish drafting the final report at its January 13 meeting to submit the Task Force report to Gov. Wolf in February.
The Task Force meeting will take place a DEP’s Southcentral Regional Office, 909 Elmerton Ave., Harrisburg starting at 1:00 p.m.
Task Force meetings are typically webcast, but no information has yet been posted.  Instructions for joining the webcast, if DEP has one, can be found on the meetings webpage.

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