Kate Zidar, from the Stormwater Infrastructure Matters (S.W.I.M.) Coalition in New York City, is asking for feedback regarding obtaining the current greenroof tax credit in NYC. S.W.I.M. is a coalition dedicated to “ensuring swimmable waters around New York City through natural, sustainable stormwater management practices in our neighborhoods. This approach is environmentally and fiscally responsible because it utilizes stormwater, currently viewed as waste, as a resource.”
S.W.I.M. supported the initial legislation that created the NYC green roof tax credit and by collecting feedback on the process, they hope to evaluate its effectiveness and improve future results for those who either attained or attempted to attain this noteworthy credit.
“We hope that our friends and members in green roof-related professions who have experience with the tax credit will spend a few minutes answering these questions.” ~ Kate Zidar
She assures us it’s very short and sweet (there’s all of nine questions), and that all of our feedback is invaluable. Take the “NYC Green Roof Tax Credit…did it work for you?” survey available on SurveyMonkey here and send any commentary to Kate at: firstname.lastname@example.org.