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AWRA Luncheon 6/12- Douglas Sayre-Is the Aamodt Settlement and the Pojoaque Basin Regional Water System Worth the Investment?

A discussion featuring speaker Douglas Sayre Tuesday June 12 covering the worth of the Aamodt Settlement and the Pojoaque Basin Regional Water System
When Jun 12, 2012
from 03:00 PM to 03:00 PM
Where O'Niell's Pub 4310 Central SE Albuquerque
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The AWRA-New Mexico Section Presents:

  

Douglas Sayre P.E.

formerly of County of Santa Fe

 

-  Is the Aamodt Settlement and the Pojoaque Basin Regional Water System Worth the Investment?  -

 

Tuesday June 12th, 2012

11:30 - 12:30

O'Niell's Pub    4310 Central SE    Albuquerque


Speaker Bio:

Douglas M. Sayre has been a supervisor, principal, and/or project manager, provided administration, design engineering services, and construction management for infrastructure type projects consisting of water, wastewater, drainage, hydraulic, structural and roadway system engineering.  He had been in primary charge of infrastructure projects for the Cities of Aztec and Santa Fe, Santa Fe and San Miguel Counties, Villages of Questa and Pecos, Santa Fe Factory Stores, Angel Fire Services Corporation,  and the Towns of Estancia, Clayton, and Taos.  As Utilities Engineer and Director of the Santa Fe County Utilities Department, Mr. Sayre was in charge of the planning, design, construction monitoring, and grant administration for numerous water infrastructure projects as well overseeing the operation of the water and wastewater systems of the County.  He has developed a working relationship with the New Mexico's Environment Department and USEPA Region VI staff, the New Mexico State Department of Transporation Department, State Engineers Office, City of Santa Fe Water Department and Public Works staff, and other Santa Fe County Departments staff as his responsibilities include intensive client and agency contact.  During his tenure as supervisor of the Santa Fe County Utilities Department, he was assigned to represent the County and work closely with all involved parties in the Aamodt Water Rights Settlement and the Buckman Direct Diversion Project. Both of these projects included extensive discussions and meetings regarding the proposed water system infrastructure and layout. Mr. Sayre provided considerable engineering evaluations and public hearing discussions and is therefore very familiar with the parties, personnel and agencies involved.   

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Upcoming luncheon schedule: 
06/12/2012:  Doug Sayre - SF County (ret.) - Potential Infrastructure Solutions for Aamodt
07/10/2012:  Anne Tillery USGS & Kerry Jones NWS - 2011 Floods on Fire Scars
08/14/2012:  Rick Carpenter - City of Santa Fe - Buckman Direct Diversion & WTP

 

Previous luncheons: 
07/13/2011:  John Fleck - Albuquerque Journal - Colorado River Isses & Status
08/16/2011:  Mark Stone - UNM - An Engineer's Cost Benefit of Riparian Vegetation
09/14/2011:  Nabil Shafike - NMISC - LRG Operating Agreement History
11/15/2011:  Olen Paul Matthews - UNM - Legal Context of NM Water
12/13/2011:  New Mexico Riparian Council Awards
01/10/2012:  Charlie Nylander - Watermatters LLC - Espanola Basin Regional Issues Forum
02/08/2012:  Dave Gutzler - UNM - SW Climate Change and Hydrology
03/23/2012:  Ed Polasko - NWS - NM Drought and What's La Niña Got to Do With It?
04/06/2012:  Frank Ward - NMSU - Economics of Ag Water Conservation
05/15/2012:  Samantha Barncastle Esq - SLH Law - LRG Adjudication Legal Overview 


Jesse Roach, President

Beth Salvas - Vice President

Elizabeth Bastien - Treasurer/Membership Chair

Samantha Barncastle - Secretary

 

AWRA-New Mexico Section

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