Since not all presentations are available at the moment - Please let me
respond to the Lidar part of your inquiry.
I've placed the Lidar based 'Integrated Landscape Based Storm Water
Management Approach' to the Storm-Water Group/Meetings site to April
At the same page, after the July 27th 2006 meeting , please check the
file: 'Understanding 'hybrid' or 'Whole picture' engineering Approach'.
There is a big chance it contains the Lidar Topographic image you are
If this is not what yo've been thinking about - please let me know
Thank you for your interest
Forsell, Raymond D. wrote:
> Good Morning:
> At the April 19 meeting, it was noted that the presentations from that
> night would be posted to the website. I have not seen them, but there
> are a lot of places they could be put that I might not find them. If
> they are there, please direct me to their location. If they are not,
> then please link them.
> I am also looking for a file that I think was part of a presentation a
> while ago. It was a LIDAR topographic image of the two neighborhoods,
> including the eastern slope of the golf course. If that is an available
> image that can be posted or emailed, I would really like it. If its
> already embedded in another file that is on the website, please direct
> me to the right place.
> Is there an update on the deed impairment deadline? Legislative outcome
> and regulatory impact?
> My last diatribe concerning overland water flow from the golf course
> didnít even raise a harumph from anyone. I can assume then that I was
> right on the mark and you all agree. Will those points be brought into
> the City's interaction with the Golf Course, or would I need to send a
> more traditional correspondence directly to the City? It just seems that
> there are some relatively simple and unobtrusive remedies to the water
> quantity problems that should appeal to the golf course as opposed to a
> moat, or the "super-moat".
> I hope everyone had a great Memorial Day. If you have served at any
> time, then thank you for your service to the Country.
> Ray Forsell
> 31 Moss Glen
Helena V. Vladich
Gund Institute for Ecological Economics
Rubinstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
University of Vermont
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