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Conservation Advisory Commission

The Conservation Advisory Commission is charged with advising the planning board and the city council on matters affecting the preservation, development, and use of the natural and man-made features in the city. It advises on major environmental threats, maintains an inventory of natural resources, and an index of all open spaces.

The commission is composed of up to 15 members who serve two-year terms. The commission meets on the  fourth Tuesday of each month at 7pm in the Police Training Room at 1 Municipal Plaza.

Current members:
Thomas Baldino
Antony Tseng
Suzanne Infante
Karen Quiana
Prudence Posner
Jeffrey Domanski
Peter Barrett
Raquel Verdisi
Robert Infante (advisor)

Some Committees have definite terms of service, some serve "at pleasure of" the administration.  If you are interested in serving on a committee, please complete the Committee Application Form and submit it to: Office of the Mayor, 1 Municipal Plaza, Beacon, New York 12508-2530. Your application will be kept on file for future reference if there is no current opening. Thank you.

Location & Hours

1 Municipal Plaza, Police Training Room
4th Tuesday at 7pm

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Previous Event

  • Electronics Recycling Day in Beacon
    Saturday, May 19, 2012
    City Hall/Police Station Parking Lot, 1 Municipal Center
    9:00 am-3:00 pm

    BRING: Computers, servers, monitors, printers, keyboards, VCRs, cellphones, wires, power supplies, fax machines, radios, modems, telephones, TVs, copiers, scanners, DVD players, stereo equipment…nearly anything with a plug!

    Please don't bring air conditioners, refrigerators, or smoke detectors - those can be recycled at Best Buy and other big box stores.

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