Associate Conservation Commission members wanted in Rochester
Rochester — The Rochester Conservation Commission is looking for volunteers interested in serving as associate members to the Conservation Commission.
Associates are non-voting members that help share the workload of the voting Conservation Commission that was officially appointed by the Board of Selectmen. Associate members provide a pool of future members and allow more people to participate. Most of the full voting members of the commission served as associate members prior to being appointed.
The Conservation Commission was established in Rochester in 1963 and is charged with protecting the town’s natural resources. The Conservation Commission also advises other municipal officials and boards on conservation issues that relate to their areas of responsibility. In 1972, the commission was given the responsibility of administering the Wetlands Protection Act. The Conservation Commission serves the community in a regulatory as well as a conservation capacity.
For more information, contact Conservation Agent Laurell J. Farinon at 508-763-5421 ext. 206 or email@example.com, or send a letter of interest to the Rochester Conservation Commission, Rochester Town Hall Annex, 37 Marion Road, Rochester, MA 02770.