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Category Archive: RGS in the News

  1. Navigating the Regulatory World of Stormwater Management

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    Describing the land development entitlement process in Pennsylvania as “complicated” would be an understatement. Navigating multiple reviews and approvals across Municipal, County, Conservation District, Department of Transportation (DOT), and Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) can be overwhelming and extremely complex. One of the more significant obstacles within the approval process …

  2. Walk The Line

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    Recently RGS and LandStudies teamed together to share their experience obtaining the necessary approvals for the Floodplain Restoration at Landis Homes. For the entire article please visit: http://editiondigital.net/publication/?i=194105&p=10

  3. Froelich Park serves as demonstration site for Stormwater BMP

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    Mountville’s Froelich Park had recently sparked interest from key community organizations such as the Lancaster County Planning Commission, Center for Watershed Protection, and Susquehanna River Basin Commission. After researching and ranking of multiple sites, Froelich Park was chosen for a regenerative stormwater conveyance best management practice (BMP) project to serve …

  4. RGS Associates spotlighted in ABC Keystone Spokesman

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    RGS is making headlines! As seen in the most recent Spokesman publication by the Associated Builders and Contractors Keystone Chapter. For a link to the full publication please visit: http://www.pageturnpro.com/Associated-Builders-and-Contractors/45564-September-2013-Spokesman/index.html#1

  5. RGS Featured in FIG Magazine

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    Selected for the first in a series of ‘local experts’ featured by Penn Stone Outdoor Living, registered landscape architect John D. Hershey was photographed by fig at one of his completed project sites.  John selected a Lancaster Township residence that includes an authentic  Zen garden among a series of many …