Wayne County to Host Permitting Summit for Business & Developers

In an effort to engage business partners and the development community on the topics of permit processes and the proposed updates to their Storm Water Program, Wayne County is conducting a complimentary Permitting Summit on Monday, June 6th, 2016, from 8:00am to Noon at the Vis Ta Tech Center at Schoolcraft College in Livonia. Registration and a Continental Breakfast will begin at 8:00am with the Program beginning at 9:00am.

Wayne County’s Environmental Services Group and the Permit Office plan to give presentations on permitting, the Wayne County Storm Water Program, and “Part 41” Permits. In addition to interacting with Wayne County staff, attendees are being encouraged to join in the discussion and to provide feedback about permit processes and other programs to Wayne County. “AKT Peerless is encouraged by being an event sponsor of this first-of-its-kind Summit,” said Anthony Kashat, Principal & Co-Founder of AKT Peerless. “Collaboration and good communication between our municipal governments and businesses are critical to achieving successful and sustainable economic development for our communities, and this hits the target.”

To RSVP for the Permitting Summit, please send an email to by no later than June 1st. For more information about the Wayne County Permitting Summit, please contact Tim Attalla with Wayne County at 313-717-6161.

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