Environmental Advisory Committee

The Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) generally serves these purposes:

A. Identifying environmental problems.
B. Recommending plans and programs for the promotion and conservation of the natural resources and for the protection and improvement of the quality of the environment within the area of this township.
C. Making recommendations as to the possible use of open land areas of this township.
D. Keeping an index of all open areas, publicly or privately owned, including but not limited to flood-prone areas, swamps and other unique natural areas.
E. Undertaking such additional duties as requested by the Township Commissioners.

The Environmental Advisory Committee meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm in the first floor Conference Room at the Township Building, located  at 214 Sykes Lane.  Meetings are open to the public. During the pandemic, meetings will be held by Zoom. The login information is here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89184689302. The meeting ID is
Meeting ID: 891 8468 9302. For those calling in, dial 929 205 6099 and enter the meeting ID.

There are seven members who serve on the EAC.  They are appointed by the Board of Commissioners for three-year terms and serve without compensation.

View Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Environmental Advisory Council Members Terms Expiring
Ken Rose 31-Dec-22
Vacant 31-Dec-21
Leo Stahl 31-Dec-22
Bill Silverstein (Chair) 31-Dec-21
Jason Devries 31-Dec-22
Jane Miluski 31-Dec-24
Paul Jacobs (ad-hoc)
Importance of Native Plants:

The Township elected officials and staff have committed to using a minimum of 80 percent native plants on all properties owned or controlled by the Township, because as the resolution notes, there are a variety of environmental benefits to using native plants. Please consider using native plants whenever you are beginning landscaping improvements around your property! Here is the resolution that the Board of Commissioners passed: Native Plant Resolution

Multi-Municipal Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory and Action Plan Project