|Village/Town of Mount Kisco|
|104 Main Street|
|Mount Kisco, NY 10549|
|John Rhodes, Chairman||12/3/2018|
Meeting Agendas & Meeting Minutes
- Natural Resources Inventory
- The Reusable Bag Initiative http://thereusablebaginitiative.org
- CAC- Climate Change Report Report for 2014 Part 2
- CAC- Climate Change Report Report for 2014 Part 1
- STAR Community Sustainability Rating System Presentation
- CAC Annual Report 2014
- CAC Annual Report 2015
- Report on 2015 NYS Conference on the Environment
- CAC - Presentation on Emissions Reduction Target
Conservation Advisory Council
The Conservation Advisory Council is to consist of nine members appointed by the Village Board of Trustees for terms of two years. The Councilís primary mission is to advise in the development, management, and protection of the Village of Mount Kiscoís natural resources. In the fulfillment of that mission the Council may or shall conduct the following:
- Research in the land area of the Village.
- Seek to coordinate the activities of the unofficial bodies organized for similar purposes and to cooperate with other official municipal bodies active in the area of community planning for the Village.
- Advertise, prepare, print and distribute books, maps, charts, plans and pamphlets, which in its judgment it deems necessary for its work.
- Shall keep an inventory and map as defined in section two hundred thirty-nine-y of Article 12-F of the Laws of the State of New York, of all open areas within the Village with the plan of obtaining information pertinent to proper utilization of such open lands including lands owned by the State, any other municipality within the State, or by the Village itself.
- Shall keep an inventory and map of all open marsh lands, swamps, and all other wet lands in a like manner, and may recommend to the Village Board of Trustees a program for ecologically suitable utilization of all such areas.
- Shall keep accurate records of its meetings and actions and shall file an annual report with the Village Board of Trustees on or before the thirty-first day of December of each and every year. Once approved, the Village Board of Trustees shall forward a copy of this report to the State Commissioner of Environmental Conservation.