Latest in a series of posts about Bethlehem’s Environmental Advisory Council
Gadfly followers know that he loves the EAC, the first City committee that he regularly followed in his rookie year.
The EACers are a great group of well organized volunteers. Each member is a doer. They get things done.
Their new web site literally experienced the light of day this morning. Take a look.
The purpose of the Bethlehem Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) is to advise City Council and the Administration as to environmental issues within the City of Bethlehem. As part of our role, we recommend courses of action to protect the health, safety, and welfare of Bethlehem residents, encouraging sustainable design and the use of renewable energy to protect and preserve natural resources within the City of Bethlehem.
The Bethlehem EAC meets the first Thursday of every month at Illick’s Mill. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. and generally run until about 8:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend and participate.
Tip o’ the hat to chair Lynn Rothman, members Beth Behrend, Elisabeth Cichonski, Ben Felzer, Ben Guthrie, Brian Nicas, Mike Topping — and Martha Christine of Bethlehem Backyards for Wildlife — and not to forget Kathy Fox and Brian Hillard who recently retired (in body only).
Willie Reynolds is City Council liaison.
Special tip o’ the hat to Brian Nicas for the web work.
Bethlehem resident volunteer work for the public good at its best.