About the New Jersey Stormwater Utility Resource Center
Welcome to the New Jersey Stormwater Utility Resource Center!
Stormwater Utilities Resource Center Advisory Council
Special thanks to the Stormwater Utilities Advisory Council for generously lending their time, insight, constructive criticism, and support.
Diane Alexander, Partner, Maraziti Falcon, LLP
Kirk Barrett, Project Engineer, Mott MacDonald
Zachary Bartscherer, Officer, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Mike Beson, Principal, Guide Strategies
Elissa Commins, Municipal Engineer, Brick Township
Tom Czerniecki, Senior Vice President- Administration, Rowan College at Burlington County
Henry Gajda, Public Policy Director, New Jersey League of Conservation Voters
Jennifer Gonzalez, Director, Department of Environmental Services, City of Hoboken
John Gray, Regulatory Officer, Division of Water Quality, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
Ryan Krause, Executive Director, South Monmouth Regional Sewerage Authority
Yaron Miller, Officer, Flood-Prepared Communities, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Ed Potosnak, Executive Director, New Jersey League of Conservation Voters
Jaclyn Rhoads, Assistant Executive Director, Pinelands Preservation Alliance
Deanna Stockton, Municipal Engineer, Municipality of Princeton
Caleb Stratton, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Hoboken
Elizabeth Treadway, Principal Program Manager, Wood Environment and Infrastructure Solutions, Inc.
Nick Tufaro, Principal Planner, Middlesex County Office of Planning
About New Jersey Future
Founded in 1987, New Jersey Future is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that promotes sensible growth, redevelopment and infrastructure investments to foster vibrant cities and towns, protect natural lands and waterways, enhance transportation choices, provide access to safe, affordable and aging-friendly neighborhoods and fuel a strong economy. The organization does this through original research, innovative policy development, coalition-building, advocacy, and hands-on strategic assistance.
Embracing differences and advancing fairness is central to New Jersey Future’s mission and operations. To effectively advance its mission, New Jersey Future is firmly committed to pursue a culture of greater justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion through its programs, internal operations and external communications.
About Flood Defense New Jersey
Flood Defense New Jersey is a coalition of state and local nonprofit organizations working to protect our communities from damaging floods and harmful stormwater pollution. We are working across the state to help local communities set up stormwater programs to control flooding and reduce pollution. By building proven on-the-ground projects that protect against flooding, capture polluted runoff and repair failing infrastructure, we can help New Jersey communities become cleaner, greener, and safer.
Steering Committee members: