The mission of the Village of Mamaroneck’s Committee for the Environment is to advise and make suggestions to the Village Board of Trustees about ways to protect our natural resources from further damage, and to initiate, promote and recommend to the Board of Trustees programs and the adoption of laws designed to improve the health of the land, water, and air in and around this unique waterfront village, which is located on Long Island Sound and serves as the watershed for many Westchester County communities.
The Committee is responsible for providing information about environmental concerns to residents, businesses, and public officials; raising awareness of these serious problems facing all of us today and in the future; promoting the quality of life in the Village; and encouraging participation in programs to reduce waste, increase recycling, decrease pollution, reduce energy consumption and carbon footprint, cut back on noise and litter, and eliminate the use of harmful pesticides and fertilizers.
Meetings: 3rd Tuesday of the Month 7:30 P.M. in Courtroom at Village Hall (169 Mt. Pleasant Ave.)
The Committee for the Environment was established by resolution on 4/22/2002.
3 Year Terms - 11 Members