The Fredon Township Environmental Commission is the focal point for environmental issues affecting the Township. The Commission’s area of interest and activities include preservation of natural resources, conservation of open space, inventory of natural resources, water quality, environmental education, enhancement of the quality of life in the Township, solicitation of grants and historical preservation. Anything that may adversely affect or enhance the Township’s environment is of interest to the Commission.
The Commission is an advisory body to the Planning Board. The Commission reviews applications for development submitted to the Board and reports on elements that may have a negative impact on the environment.
The Commission welcomes participation, comments and suggestions from Fredon Township residents and other interested parties. Residents who wish to serve on the Commission should apply at the Town Hall. The Commission meets on the first Monday of each month at 7:30 P. M. at the Fredon Township Municipal Building. The meetings are open to the public. Stop in and become involved.
|Christopher Boyle||Land Use Board Liaison|