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Environment Commission
Background
The preservation and improvement of the quality of the natural and man-made environment within the Town of Tonawanda, in the face of population growth, urbanization and technological change with their accompanying demands on natural resources, are found to be of increasing and vital importance to the health, welfare and economic well-being of present and future inhabitants and to require forthright action by the governing body of the Town of Tonawanda.

It is recognized that the biological integrity of the natural environment on which man is dependent for survival and the natural and functional beauty of our surroundings which condition the quality of our life experience cannot be protected without the full cooperation and participation of all the people of the town working in partnership with local and state officials and with various public and private institutions, agencies and organizations. Establishment of a commission for conservation of the environment is a necessary step in fostering unified action on environmental problems.

The Town Board of the Town of Tonawanda created a Commission on June 28, 1971 known as the "Town of Tonawanda Commission for the Conservation of the Environment".

Meetings
  • First Tuesday of every other month
  • 6:00 pm
  • 2919 Delaware Ave.
    Room 21
    Kenmore, NY 14217

Members
Member Position
Lyn Diagostino Committee Chairman
Kevin Leous Garden Tour Chair
Brian Smith
Sandy Diagostino Garden Club Chair
Thomas R. Hersey, Jr Member
Kevin Burd Speaker Series Chair
Andrew Baumgartner
Youth Member
Amy Rentz Recording Secretary

Please contact secretary Amy Rentz through the Town Clerk's Office, or by email.


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