This week in the Great Lakes
Town Hall – How to Reduce Run-off from Big Box Stores – Join the discussion online!
week, the Town Hall is pleased to welcome Brent Denzen’s story of the advocates
battling Big Box development. Brent, an attorney with Midwest
Environmental Advocates, tells the story of citizens in Monona and Hartford, who turned the
challenges of stormwater management - including polluted runoff and flooding -
into opportunities for environmental and community renewal. Don't miss your
chance to read about Reducing Big Box Runoff every day this week - only in the Great Lakes Town Hall!*
addition to guest speakers, the Great Lakes
Town Hall focuses on a new featured Great Lakes issue each week, provided by co-moderators
Jeffrey Potter, Dave Dempsey and Gary Wilson. This week, Jeff quotes the
musical Urinetown and asks “Is it a privilege to pee?”
Don't miss this great opportunity to read and comment on our featured issue
– Is it a privilege to pee?
- and the views of our guest speaker, Brent Denzin, in the Great Lakes
Town Hall (www.greatlakestownhall.org).
Note: Barack Obama still leads our poll on Great Lakes presidential candidates. Cast your
“vote” on our home page – www.greatlakestownhall.org
* This posting
is from “Let it Rain - from Runoff to Renewal: Stories of
Successful Stormwater Management Projects from the Field” a new
publication of the Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund (GLAHNF.)
Check their website, www.glhabitat.org,
and future Town Hall postings for more on this story, GLAHNF grassroots grants,
and how you can order this and other GLAHNF publications.