Monroe Conservation Commission looking for new members

| 21 Feb 2012 | 10:53

    MONROE-The Town of Monroe Conservation Commission is requesting nominations for membership. The regional demand for housing and good schools has made the Town of Monroe an attractive location, and since 1991, the conservation commission has assisted the town in the challenge of managing residential and commercial growth in Monroe, said its chairman, John Ebert. The seven-member commission provides comments and advice to the Town and Planning boards on land development matters in response to the continuing pressures on local resources. The commission also acts independently to recommend revisions to local zoning ordinances and land development regulations. Its volunteer members provides educational and public interest programs. The commission is seeking applications from Town of Monroe residents interested in becoming volunteer members as vacancies occur. Interested individuals are asked to submit a letter of interest to Ebert, c/o the Town of Monroe Conservation Commission, 11 Stage Road, Monroe, New York 10950 or e-mail at Appointments will be considered at the Town of Monroe reorganization meeting to be held during the latter half of January.