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Attorney Siegel Talks Climate Change in PA

Environmental Lawyer Martin Siegel will address climate change and what it means for Pennsylvania during a presentation to the York County Coalition for Clean Waters (YCC4CW) on May 19.

With members including municipal representatives, engineering firms, waste water treatment plants, septic pumping businesses, water companies/authorities, attorneys, farmers, watershed associations, the York County Conservation District, the York County Planning Commission, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Stewards of the Lower Susquehanna, and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, YCC4CW works to implement York County’s Watershed Implementation Plan to help advance water quality in the area.

Attorney Siegel leads the firm’s Environmental Law Group in providing counsel to the firm’s local, regional and national clients. He brings 22 years of environmental law experience at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), where he served as Assistant Counsel in the Southcentral Regional Office.  In that role, he was responsible for advising DEP programs that implemented environmental cleanups, sewage planning, water permitting and enforcement, radiation protection, and waste management in 15 counties across southcentral Pennsylvania. He has litigated numerous matters before the Environmental Hearing Board and has practiced extensively before the Commonwealth Court. Additionally, he served as a mediator for the Office of General Counsel’s Mediation Program, which assists disputing parties with reaching mutually acceptable agreements. 

 

 

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