The village of Ossining’s Environmental Advisory Council has three vacancies.
The nine-member body is voluntary and “works to raise awareness of environmental issues within the village through education and outreach initiatives.” The council also administers the village’s local Waterfront Revitalization Program, as well as reviews Environmental Impact Statements.
The EAC meets the first Wednesday of each month and also releases a quarterly environmental newsletter as well as public service announcements. Other duties include hosting an informational booth at the Ossining Village Fair and participating with the Teatown Lake Reservation’s Environmental Leaders Learning Alliance initiative.
Village of Ossining residents with a background in land use law, physical sciences and related field, as well as those interested in environmental issues related to the village are encouraged to apply.
A letter of interest should be sent to Assistant Village Manager Christina Papes, 16 Croton Ave., Ossining, NY 10562 or to email@example.com by Sept. 15.