The November 2016 Fire in Sevier County and the Short and Long Term Recovery

David Carver

Sevier County Stormwater Management Authority

Monday, July 12, 2021

11:30 a.m.

Hybrid (in-person and Zoom) meeting

Crowne Plaza Hotel
401 W Summit Hill Drive, Knoxville

Zoom meeting details will be announced closer to the meeting date

 Lunch for local participants will be served at 11:30 a.m.
CDC and local COVID-19 recommendations in effect on the day of the meeting will be observed.

The meeting will be called to order at 11:55 A.M.

David Carver is a former police officer who joined the Stormwater Authority 15 years ago. His educational background includes: Associate Degree in Criminal Justice- Walter State Community College, FBI trained in Law Enforcement Executives Development School, Interview and Interrogation Crisis Negotiation, Instructor Development School. Masters Degree from West End Baptist Bible College, Easley SC.

Law Enforcement Instructor in Firearms, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Building Searches, Self Defense Tactics, Patrol Tactics, Field Training Officer Program.

His Stormwater Instructor experience includes Tennessee Water Well Association, Tennessee Stormwater Association (TNSA) Annual Conference, TNSA Knoxville–Knox County Development Symposium, TNSA Board and Regional Meeting guest speaker where he has spoken on a variety of subjects including Stormwater Education, Spill Prevention and Good Housekeeping, Enforcement Policies and Procedures, Plans Review, Soils and Geology, Erosion Controls for Well Drillers, Planning Commission Stormwater Training, Appeals Board Training, Public Works and Stormwater, as well as Demolition workshops for Contracts and Disaster Recovery.

He served as Co-Chair of TNSA Education and Professional Development for six years and is Current Chairman of East Tennessee Region of TNSA for the past three years. He is married and has two children, Issac and Hannah.