Vernon - posted Nov, 21 2012
The Vernon Conservation Commission has positions available for people interested in conservation efforts and having input on how the town develops in the future. The commission meets one evening per month with various communications through e-mail between meetings. Time required is only a few hours per month. Duties include commenting on development applications to address environmental concerns and participating in efforts to preserve and enhance natural resources. Commissioners have diverse backgrounds and are a well-rounded group. They work together as a commission and support each other on all projects. No experience is needed. Input, experiences and interest in the future of the town are being sought. Interested individuals should contact the Commission through its page on the town's website. Select the Boards and Commissions tab then Conservation Commission.