Developing, introducing, and lobbying during the 1997 session of the Virginia General Assembly for statewide nutrient control legislation on behalf of a group of 37 Virginia municipalities.
Representing clients in connection with state/federal criminal investigations involving alleged NPDES permit violations and other Clean Water Act Criminal allegations.
Working with several state agencies on behalf of clients to develop reasonable and cost-effective water quality standards, as well as challenging and defending state water quality standards before state agencies and in the courts.
Participating on behalf of the CSO Partnership in EPA’s National Urban Wet Weather Federal Advisory Committee.
Lobbied effectively to Congress during 1996 on behalf of two municipal clients for a $40 million federal grant authorization for their sewer rehabilitation projects.
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