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North Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (NTAEP)
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NTAEP Monthly Meeting - 3514 W. Airport Freeway, Irving, Texas 75062
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Next Meeting is May 18, 2022
Matt Oliver of Trinity River Vision Authority will be presenting "Central City Flood Control Project and Panther Island".
Central City Flood Control Project: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Central City Flood Control Project addresses Fort Worth's flood risks resulting from explosive population growth. The two main components are: the rerouting of a section of the Trinity River north of downtown and modifying a large park on the city's east side to better manage flood events.
Panther Island: The City of Fort Worth's Comprehensive Plan calls for greater density in districts close to downtown, including Panther Island. The district is impacted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers flood control project; however, no federal money is being used to accomplish the City's sustainable growth goals for the district.
Matt Oliver has worked in public relations and community outreach for the Trinity River Vision project since September of 2009. He serves as the head of the Communications Department; he is the media contact for TRVA, gives project updates to a wide range of organizations, manages project messaging and assists with the execution of events related to the project.