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Sherman D. Smith

Director

Pulaski County Public Works

Direct Phone: (501) ***-****direct phone

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Background Information

Employment History

President

Arkansas Chapter


Affiliations

Civil PE

Board Member


Arkasnas Floodplain Management Association

Member


National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying

Board Member


Web References(45 Total References)


www.arkansasurbanwildlife.com

"Some of these guys that have done this work for some time are fairly used to finding snakes and they caution the new guys," said Sherman Smith, director of the Pulaski County Public Works Department."They're very careful.During this time of year, they know to watch out."County work crews sometimes see as many as 15 or 20 snakes on warm days, said Smith.


www.biosolids.org [cached]

Sherman Smith, director of the Pulaski County Public Works Department, said the agency is concerned that each time the area floods, pollutants would be carried down river.
He also said FEMA regulations prohibit biosolids from being spread in a flood-way. arcus Tilley, an engineer with the state permits branch of the Department of Environmental Quality's Water Division, said if the area is in a wetlands, "It can have an effect" on the permit. But it's too early to say whether the project violates federal regulations, he said. The department is awaiting a determination from the Natural Resources Conservation Service, part of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, on whether the land is considered a wetland. he draft permit on file at the Environmental Quality Department states: "Waste shall not be discharged from this operation to the waters of the State or onto the land in any manner that may result in runoff to the waters of the State."


www.civilpe.net [cached]

Sherman D. Smith, P.E., P.S.
President


pulaskicounty.net [cached]

SHERMAN SMITH - DIRECTOR
3200 Brown Street Little Rock, AR 72204 Phone: (501) 340-6800


mackblackwell.org

Mike Marlar, P.E., President of Marlar Engineering of North Little Rock; Sherman Smith, P.E., Director of Pulaski County Public Works; Robert Seay, P.E., City Engineer for the City of Hot Springs; Charles Clements, P.E., Division Head, Roadway Design, Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department; Natalie Becknell, P.E., Project Engineer at Garver Engineers and a recent graduate; Bill Staggs, P.E., Chief Engineer at North Little Rock Wastewater Utility


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