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Delaware River Basin Forum

Delaware River Basin Forum

Sulivan County Community College

March 10 2011

Read this and attend at Sullivan County Community College to get the facts we need to make the decisions we face in the Neversink River Valley

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The Delaware River Basin Forum on March 10, 2011. You are registered to attend
the Sullivan County Community College location. Attendance is free.

PARKING: Parking on campus is free. Attendees should park in Lot 1. The Forum
will be held in the Theater.

CHECK-IN: Check-in at the facility begins at 7:45 am on Thursday, March 10, 2011.
The Forum will begin promptly at 8:15am. Anyone registering for continuing
education contact hours (see below) should check in by 8:00 am. Directions,
agendas and additional information are available on the Forum website:

LUNCH: Lunch will not be provided at this location. Coffee, snacks and limited
lunch items will be available at a kiosk outside the theater doors. A greater
selection of food and drink items are available at the cafeteria on the other
side of campus with typical meals costing from $5 to $7 dollars. Participants may
bring their lunches. The forum has lunch-time speakers so there will not be
adequate time to leave campus to get food and participate in all discussions.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CONTACT HOURS: Contact hours for continuing education for
New York State Drinking Water Operators, New York State Wastewater Treatment
Operators, and New York State Professional Engineers are planned. If you plan to
request contact hours, please register in advance by emailing: or by calling Jane Thapa of the Bureau of Water Supply
Protection, NYSDOH, at (518) 402-7711.

CANCELLATIONS: If you will be unable to attend the Forum, please send an email
to: so that we may give your seat to those on
the waiting list.

NOTE: This event is not affiliated with the proposed natural gas drilling
regulations recently announced by the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC).
Additional information about the DRBC’s draft natural gas development regulations
can be found on the DRBC website:

See you at the Forum!