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Classification of Water Company owned land
Agency: Department of Public Health
Purpose:  Sets criteria for determining the proper identification and classification of the three classes of water company owned lands set forth in CGS Sec. 25-37c relative to any disposition or change of use of such lands under CGS Sec. 25-37d.
Contact: Lori Mathieu
Phone: (860) 509-7333
Email: lori.mathieu@ct.gov
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3139&q=387338
Type of Assistance: Technical Assistance
Authority: CGS Sec. 25-37c, RCSA Sec. 25-37c-1 and c-2
Description
Sets criteria for determining the proper identification and classification of the three classes of water company owned lands set forth in CGS Sec. 25-37c relative to any disposition or change of use of such lands under CGS Sec. 25-37d
Community Resource Inventory
Agency: Center for Land Use Education and Research
Purpose: To provide an understanding of the resources and "character" of a town.
Contact: John Rosum
Phone: (860) 345-4511
Email: john.rozum@uconn.edu
Website: http://nemo.uconn.edu/tools/cri/index.htm
Type of Assistance: Technical
Authority: 
Description
A complete Community Resource Inventory (CRI) is made up of three different resource inventories: natural, cultural, and economic.This website allows town to interactively develop a CRI
Connecticut Geospatial Information Systems Council
Agency: Department of Information Technology
Purpose: To coordinate a uniform geospatial information system capacity for municipalities, regional planning agencies, the state and others, as needed,
Contact: Michael Varney
Phone: (860) 622-2462
Email: michael.varney@ct.gov
Website: http://www.ct.gov/gis
Type of Assistance: Technical, potential for financial support in the future
Authority: 
Description
The system GIS must guide and assist state and local officials involved in transportation; economic development; land use planning; environmental, cultural, and natural resource management; public service delivery; and other areas as necessary.
Drinking Water Quality Management Plan
Agency: Department of Public Health
Purpose:  To provide for a consistent and proactive methodology to protect public drinking water supplies while balancing the need for economic development within the State’s source water protection areas.
Contact: Lori Mathieu
Phone: (860) 509-7333
Email: lori.mathieu@ct.gov
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3139&q=387338
Type of Assistance: Technical Assistance
Authority: Special Act 06-6
Description
The DWQMP plan is intended include locally developed and locally implemented land use management and development measures, including land preservation techniques to provide for the protection of critical public drinking water supply watershed areas
Geographic Information Systems
Agency: Department of Environmental Protection
Purpose: To provide a statewide automated geographic storage and retrieval system that can rapidly integrate and analyze large amounts of spatial map and file data over any selected geographic area.
Contact: Geographic Information Systems 
Phone: (860) 424-3540
Email: 
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dep/cwp/view.asp?a=2698&q=323342&depNav_GID=1707
Type of Assistance: Technical Assistance
Authority: 
Description
DEP develops and maintains a statewide automated geographic storage and retrieval system that can rapidly integrate and analyze large amounts of spatial map and file data over any selected geographic area.
Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) Training for Regional Planning Organizations
Agency: Office of Policy and Management
Purpose: To provid training in the use of Geospatial Information Systems for staff of Regional Plannig Organizations
Contact: Daniel Morley
Phone: (860) 418-6395
Email: daniel.morley@ct.gov
Website: 
Type of Assistance: Training
Authority: 
Description
Training is provided though funding provided by OPM and is avaibale to staff of the regional Planning Organization. The course are tailored to the needs idenitified by the RPO's
Landscape Stewardship Initiative
Agency: Department of Environmental Protection
Purpose: Provide information on landscape stewardship.
Contact: Margaret Welch
Phone: (860) 424-3618
Email: margaret.welch@po.state.ct.us
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dep/landscapestewardship
Type of Assistance: Technical assistance, education and outreach.
Authority: 
Description
Coordinate DEP programs that affect land use so as to avoid unintended impacts on land development patterns and to provide municipalities, individuals, and organizations with information to allow for better informed land use decision-making.
Nonpoint Source Pollution Programs
Agency: Department of Environmental Protection
Purpose: To prevent the introduction of pollutants into surface waters through stormwater.
Contact: Nonpoint Source Program 
Phone: (860) 424-3020
Email: 
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dep/cwp/view.asp?a=2719&q=325588&depNav_GID=1654
Type of Assistance: Guidance & information
Authority: 
Description
DEP is working to engage stakeholders to prevent the introduction of pollutants into stormwater through it's Non Point Source Pollution Management and Coastal Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Programs.
Protection of Public Drinking Water Supplies -Technical Assistance
Agency: Department of Public Health
Purpose: To provide technical assistance to municipal land use decision makers and public water systems concerning consistent and proactive methods and measures to protect public drinking water supplies.
Contact: Lori Mathieu
Phone: (860) 509-7333
Email: lori.mathieu@ct.gov
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3139&q=387338
Type of Assistance: Technical Assistance
Authority: CGS Sec. 25-32f,8-2, 8-23,8-3i,22a-42f
Description
Technical assistance can be provided in the form of comments and recommendations on local actions that may affect public drinking water sources.
Subsurface Sewage Disposal System Code Administration
Agency: Department of Public Health
Purpose: Ensure Protection of Public Health and the Environment
Contact: Robert Scully, P.E.
Phone: (860) 509-7296
Email: robert.scully@ct.gov
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3140&q=387438&dphNav_GID=1828&dphPNavCtr=|#47142
Type of Assistance: Technical Assistance
Authority: CGS Sec. 22a 430g, PHC 19-13-B100a & 19-13-B103
Description
The regulations and associated Technical Standards cover site evaluations, suitability, and design and installation requirements for such systems. Local planning & zoning agencies use the suitability criterion for subdivision approvals.
Water Supply Plans
Agency: Department of Public Health
Purpose: To require public water systems that serve =1,000 persons to develop and maintain a water supply plan for the purpose of assuring the purity and adequacy of Connecticut’s public drinking water supplies.
Contact: Lori Mathieu
Phone: (860) 509-7333
Email: lori.mathieu@ct.gov
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3139&q=387304&dphNav_GID=1824&dphNav=|
Type of Assistance: Technical Assistance
Authority: CGS 25-32d; RCSA Sec. 25-32d-1 to d-6
Description
Water supply plans include current and future system needs, supply and system demands, source water information, emergency contingency plans, conservation and drought plans, and other critical or long term issues over a 5, 20, and 50 years planning period
Water Utility Coordinating Committee
Agency: Department of Public Health
Purpose:  To provide for a coordinated approach to long-range water supply planning by addressing water quality and quantity issues from an area-wide perspective.
Contact: Lori Mathieu
Phone: (860) 509-7333
Email: lori.mathieu@ct.gov
Website: http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3139&q=387352
Type of Assistance: Technical Assistance
Authority: CGS Sec. 25-33c - j
Description
The process is designed to bring together public water system representatives and regional planning organizations to discuss long-range water supply issues and to develop a plan for dealing with those issues.

 

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