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MACC Young Professionals Committee Meeting - FREE Networking and Socializing Event

Meeting at Eco Tec Inc.'s office then to Fix Burger Bar for Networking and Drinks after

When: May 10th, 2018
6: 00PM - 8:30 PM
Where: EcoTec, Inc.'s Office (meeting)
102 Grove Street
Worcester, Massachusetts  01605
United States
Contact: Nick Wyllie, Conservation Agent/Environmental Planner
(508) 223-2222 ext. 3145

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When: May 10th  6:00 pm - 8:30 pm 
Where: Worcester, MA:  EcoTec, Inc.'s office, 102 Grove Street, Worcester (meeting), then Fix Burger Bar (drinks and conversation)  
Topic of Discussion: Project Management & Facilitation between Boards, Commissions & Agencies 

Our guest speakers will open a discussion on how a ConCom agent and applicant’s consultant can best work together cooperatively in the Notice of Intent process, with the goals of providing concise and meaningful information to the ConCom and reaching compliance in an amicable way.  The speakers will discuss a case study of a multi-faceted golf course project that included dredging and other project components.


Guest Speakers:

Jennifer Steel, Senior Environmental Planner - City of Newton

Jennifer Steel is a graduate of Wesleyan University and Duke University. She has worked as a teacher, on large regional marine research programs, in environmental advocacy, and as a consultant. Jennifer has been a Conservation Agent for the towns of Maynard, Framingham, and Uxbridge. She is currently the Senior Environmental Planner for the City of Newton.


Paul McManus, LSP, PWS

Paul is the founder and President of EcoTec, Inc. in Worcester, where he provides wetland, wildlife, and erosion control consulting services to public and private clients, including Conservation Commissions. He also conducts ecological risk evaluations at sites where contamination has impacted wetlands. Paul is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross, received a Master of Science in ecology from U.Mass Boston, and serves on the boards of the New England Chapter of the Society of Wetland Scientists and his local land trust. He lives in Holden and in his free time can be found with his family outdoors there and in the White Mountains. 



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