Conservation Advisory Council Seeks New Members
The Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) advises the Common Council and Planning Board on matters related to the environment. By providing an informed perspective on land-use planning and decision-making, the CAC contributes to the conservation and improvement of the local environment and quality of life for residents.
The CAC has openings for new volunteer members and invite residents of Hudson to join!
A background in the environmental sciences, ecology, conservation, green infrastructure, city planning, green engineering, or environmental law is particularly useful, but there are no minimum professional qualifications.
Members are expected to devote time to CAC tasks, and should be able to work cooperatively with other municipal agencies.
Prospective members should attend several meetings prior to seeking an appointment to the council. This gives a sense of the type of work and time commitment that is necessary.
CAC meetings are held at City Hall on the 1st Tuesday of every month at 6:00 pm.
If interested contact Council President Tom DePietro.