Submitted by the Stratton Area Citizens Committee
The Stratton Area Citizens Committee invites you to attend a meeting for all who are concerned about water quality on Friday, September 18 at 7 p.m. at the Jamaica Town Hall.
SACC was formed 25 years ago by local citizens to voice the concerns of our neighbors regarding decisions being reached about water quality and wildlife issues.
We are reaching out to the community to educate and attract new members to become involved as these issues are becoming more complicated and the implications of decisions being made now will have great impact on the future quality of the waters in our streams, lakes and rivers as well as the water we drink.
Come and learn what we have been doing, what we are facing in the future and how we can affect state and local decisions.
A panel of experts will discuss and answer questions about the roles of developers, the State and citizens.
The panelists are: Jenna Pugliese, Permit and Planning Manager, Stratton Mountain Resort; Marie Levesque Caduto, West River Watershed Coordinator, Water Quality Division of Department of Environmental Conservation; David Deen, River Steward for Connecticut River Watershed Council.
Please attend this meeting to learn how you can help to protect the waters of Vermont.
For more information contact Darlene Palola, chairperson of the Stratton Area Citizens Committee at 297-2810.