Ms. Dalske has over two years of planning experience with LACO Associates and a minor in Environmental Engineering from the University of California Los Angeles. Her multifaceted professional experience in Development Research, Project Development, and Planning provides adaptability and precision when clients request her services. Prior to joining LACO, Ms. Dalske worked in Santiago, Chile to provide environmental permitting services for both wind and solar projects. Before that, she researched, proposed, and installed renewable energy alternatives on projects in Mexico. Ms. Dalske has spent a majority of her time working on Stormwater projects with LACO.
Areas of Expertise
B.A. in Political Science, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Minor in Environmental Engineering, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Minor in Spanish, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
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C&M Self Storage – Ukiah, California.
Ms. Dalske assisted in preparing eight rain event action plans, stormwater sampling services to determine pH and turbidity levels, post-storm inspection reports, and one stormwater annual report to Storm Water Multiple Application and Report Tracking System (SMARTS).
UVMC Emergency Department Hospital Expansion – Ukiah, California.
A Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) needed to be conducted to meet the requirements of the State Water Resources Control Board General Permit. Ms. Dalske assisted in preparing select Best Management Practices for the project, determined runoff coefficients prior to and after completion of the project, and prepared and processed permit applications.
PEP Housing: New Senior Housing Entitlements – Ukiah, California.
Ms. Dalske assisted in preparing a Technical Memorandum that documents the pre- and post-development stormwater runoff. The Technical Memorandum included preparing sufficient analysis to show that the development is in conformance with the City of Santa Rosa and County of Sonoma Stormwater Low Impact Development Technical Design Manual.
Vintage Wine Estates – Hopland, California.
Ms. Dalske’s involvement with this project entailed providing a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan per the requirements of the State Water Resources Control Board Construction General Permit. She assisted in developing an Erosion and Sediment Control plan and Details that will be incorporated into the Construction Documents.
Private Client Phase 1 ESA – Ukiah, California.
Ms. Dalske assisted in preparing and delivering a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment Report for a private property in Ukiah, CA. Because the client requested additional out-of-scope services, Ms. Dalske adaptability allowed her and her team to research and correspond with regulatory agencies regarding non-petroleum fuel regulatory status, and review of larger than anticipated records volume available for the Subject Property at Mendocino County Division of Environmental Health and Mendocino County Air Quality Management District.
Private Client On-Call Planning Services – Hopland, California.
Ms. Dalske provided planning and administrative support for a period of six months. She and her team advised the client and Municipal Advisory County (MAC) regarding the Brown Act requirements for public meetings; advised on agenda preparation; prepared draft meeting agendas; attending said meetings; and prepared meeting minutes.
County of Mendocino Groundwater Sustainability Agency Assistance – Mendocino County, California.
Ms. Dalske provided planning assistance and technical support for the development of the Groundwater Sustainability Agency. She was tasked with provided a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System MS4 Phase II Permit Low Impact Development Manual implementation.
County of Mendocino Planning Services – Mendocino County, California.
Ms. Dalske provided advanced planning (preparation and administration of the General Plan, Zoning Ordinance, Housing Element, and Local Coastal Program) and current planning (review and processing of development and land use applications including use permits, design review, and variances) assignments.