Arizona Water Rights with Grady Gammage Jr.

March 06, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

The Esplanade (E-Center)
2501 E. Camelback Road Suite 50
Phoenix, AZ 85016

Arizona H20. Is Arizona really an at-risk state?

 

Join the Central AZ CCIM Chapter and Grady Gammage Jr., to talk about AZ Water Rights.  

Date:  Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Time: 7:15 AM - 7:45 AM - Check-in/Breakfast

          7:45 AM - 9:00 AM - Program 

Details:  Arizona H20.  Is Arizona really an at-risk state with a questionable future due to climate, water supply and politics? Arizona native Grady Gammage, Jr. will explore the history of water in the state and discuss the challenges we face: distributing water for growth, managing groundwater uncertainty, keeping track of river supplies and asking ourselves how we should choose to live.

Food:  Breakfast catered by Scramble.  Gringo Burritos, Meat Lover Scramble options.  Bacon and Sausage, Hashbrowns, Fresh Fruit, Cinnamon Rolls and coffee.

Vegan and vegetarian Burrito options will be available as well - Please indicate when you register if you need a Vegan or Vegetarian option. 

Location: Esplanade E-Center (https://esplanadephx.com) 

2501 E. Camelback Rd., Suite 50, Phoenix, AZ 85016. (East side of the complex).  If you are by the Camby, it is at the other end of the Esplanade.  Parking will be validated.  

 

Speaker:  Grady Gammage Jr., Founding Member of Gammage & Burnham Attorneys at Law

Grady is one of the founders of Gammage and Burnham and has had a varied and diverse 40-year career in law and public policy in Arizona.  His practice has focused on the political aspects of real estate, development and public policy. As a zoning lawyer, he has represented dozens of major commercial projects including high rise offices, major industrial and office parks, retail shopping centers of all sizes, and tens of thousands of acres of residential projects, including some of Arizona’s most iconic master planned communities. In the early 1980s, he was the primary private sector representative in working on the innovative Urban Lands Act, which made state trust land available for commercial and residential development. As a result, he had represented more transactions with the State Land Department than any other lawyer in Arizona. He has also been at the forefront of urban development in Maricopa County, including deals with such public private projects as the Tempe Town Lake and Arizona’s unique approach to redevelopment incentives. He has also represented cities and towns in revising their development and land use ordinances and has litigated land use and election issues related to development.

 

 

Tickets

$40.00 2019 Chapter Membership

$50.00 Non-Member/Guest

Documents

Esplanade Map