Date: 2/25/2005 10:53:38 AM Eastern Standard Time
Subj: [RW list] FW: March 9th enviro forum on Croton @ NY Medical College
Date: 2/25/2005 10:16:22 AM Eastern Standard Time
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From: Cathleen Breen
For directions: call 914-594-4804 during business hours
"Cleaning the Croton Watershed:
will best science prevail?"
Featured Speakers: Westchester County Legislators
Michael Kaplowitz and Ursula LaMotte
Wednesday March 9, 7 p.m.
School of Public Health Building , room 104
The Learning Center
New York Medical College
Valhalla, N.Y. 10595
Light refreshments will be available
Ursula LaMotte represents the towns of Bedford , Pound Ridge, Lewisboro,
North Salem , half of Somers and the Village of Mt. Kisco. LaMotte
previously served on the Westchester County Planning Board. Her efforts
as a Bedford Town Councilwoman led to the passage of landmark
groundwater protection legislation, which was the first of its kind for
any town in New York State . She also helped found the Pound Ridge
Recycling Program and has served on the Pound Ridge Conservation Board.
Michael B. Kaplowitz of Somers represents the 4th District, which
includes New Castle and parts of the Towns of Somers and Yorktown .
Legislator Kaplowitz served as Chairman of the Board's Environment
Committee for four years and in recognition to his active commitment to
open space and the ecosystem, he then became Chairman of the Environment & Health Committee. Kaplowitz is the legislative leader in the fight against Indian Point and for the study on sewage diversion/upgrade.
Watershed Protection Coordinator
New York Public Interest Research Group Fund (NYPIRG)
9 Murray Street
New York, N.Y. 10007-2272
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