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North Carolina Nutrient Scientific Advisory Board
NEW! TetraTech is developing a Jordan Jursidictional Allocation Model to address Section 3(d)(2)b. of Session Law 2009-216 (see NSAB's duties below). Please clickhere to visit the Triangle J Council of Government's website for information on this model.
NSAB's Annual Reports to the Secretary
Includes meeting plans, minutes and documents distributed at past meetings.
Session Law 2009-216, in addition to setting requirements for stormwater from existing development in the Jordan Lake Watershed, required the formation of a Nutrient Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) to improve on the tools needed to address nutrient loading from existing development in any watershed, statewide, where nutrients are of concern. The Secretary of DENR was required to establish the Nutrient Scientific Advisory Board (NSAB) with up to 10 representatives with various qualifications by July 1, 2010. The primary role of the NSAB, as seen by the Division, is to provide advice and recommendations to the Division and local governments on ways to effectively meet existing development requirements of nutrient strategies in general and the Jordan Stage 2 requirements specifically.
The Nutrient Scientific Advisory Board is required to give annual reports to the Secretary of DEQ no later than July 1st of each year concerning its activities, findings, and recommendations.
A requirement of the NSAB was to establish a board with up to 10 representatives with various qualifications and diverse backgrounds:
(Unless otherwise noted, the first Friday of the month, 9:30am - 12:00pm at theTJCOG)
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