The Seneca Falls Environmental Action Committee will be hosting a presentation on Wednesday, January 18th at 7 pm regarding the local law that made headlines in 2016.
Topics discussed at the event, which is slated to last nearly 2-hours will include an explanation of Local Law No. 3, and why organizers believe the local law is necessary to ensure the long-term well-being of Seneca Falls, what the Environmental Action Committee’s expectations are moving forward, and general planning to ensure that the community is proactive with environmental matters.
Presenters will include Barb Reese and Larraine Mahoney.
Organizers said, “This is a particularly important presentation for friends and neighbors who might not yet be aware of the implications of having this mega-landfill in our area,” in a press release. They note that it’s an opportunity for residents to see the local law on it’s merits, as opposed to the “tax implications,” which were widely published in 2016.
The event is open to the public and will take place at the Seneca Falls Community Center.