The Will County Environmental Network will meet at 6:30 p.m., Monday, July 21 at Laraway School in Joliet.
Agenda items include an update on the new CenterPoint Project, continuing concerns to recognize and protect the karst aquifer in the region, and the Route 53 Corridor Plan.
Anyone interested in working to protect and defend the environment is invited to attend. Please note the meeting will be held outdoors and participants need to bring a chair.
The Will County Environmental Network will not meet in regular session this month in order for the membership
to work on a variety of special projects at the committee level.
Regular meetings will resume the 4th Wednesday of July at the 7pm at the Jackson Township Hall.
Questions in the interim can be directed to Mary Baskerville at 815/546-3230.
The Will County Environmental Network will meet in special session on Wednesday, April 25.
The special focus of the meeting will be to make decisions regarding the planning, scheduling and logistics of the next roundtable.
All members are encouraged to attend.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m., at the Jackson Township Hall in Elwood.
The Will County Environmental Network will meet at 7 p.m., Wednesday, February 22 at the Jackson Township Hall in Elwood.
Anyone interested in working to protect and defend the environment invited!
Happy Holidays!The Will County Environmental Network is taking a holiday break. Join us at the January meeting on Wednesday, January 25 at the Jackson Township Hall in Elwood.
Groundwater focus of next
New members are invited to join The Will County Environmental Network during the group’s fall membership drive.
The Network will meet at 7 p.m., Wednesday, September 28 at the Jackson Township Hall in Elwood. “Everyone interested in environmental issues is invited,” said Mary Baskerville, president of the grass roots organization founded in 1981.
Agenda items include the Network’s next Environmental Roundtable, slated for 2012. The roundtable will bring together a diverse group of local and state governmental, business and environmental leaders. The focus of Roundtable 2012 will be on groundwater: “Availability of groundwater and protection of its quality will be one of the key issues facing the region in the coming decade,” Baskerville said. “We hope the roundtable will begin the important dialogue on how best to protect this precious resource.”
The previous Network roundtable centered on the need for regional review of environmental impacts. A complete report is published on the groups website, willcountyenvironmentalnetwork.wordpress.com.
The Jackson Township Hall is at 100 West Mississippi Street. For further information, interested persons may contact Baskerville at (815) 546-3230.
After a summer break, the Will County Environmental Network will meet in September.
AGENDA ITEMS will include work on the upcoming Environmental Roundtable, to center on the region’s groundwater.
Time and Location to be announced soon. Check back.