The Town of Tunbridge is in the process of updating its Local Hazard Mitigation Plan. Local Hazard Mitigation Plans enable towns to qualify for grant funds, and they make our communities safer. The final Tunbridge Hazard Mitigation planning meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 7th, 2020, at 6:30 PM via Zoom. The focus of the meeting will be reviewing a draft plan document which can be found at this link. The meeting is open to all interested community members.
The Zoom meeting can be accessed by computer using this link or by phone (646-558-8656) using the following Meeting ID (970 6533 2384).
Local Hazard Mitigation Plans are part of an effort by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to reduce damage from foreseeable natural and human-caused hazards. Examples of projects in local plans include increasing culvert sizes, regulating flood hazard areas, stabilizing landslides, and tree trimming near power lines. For more information, please contact Jessica Richter at 802-457-3188/ firstname.lastname@example.org or Laura Ginsburg at email@example.com.
Agenda | Minutes
Feb. 4, 2020
Agenda | Minutes
Follow this link to see agendas and minutes from prior Planning Commission meetings.
Click here to read and download the 2017 draft of the Town Plan.
Betsy Gaiser, Chair
Other members are Ellen Hosford, treasurer, Eliza Minnucci, clerk, Susan Salster, Maureen McCullough and Aaron Weed. Please contact Betsy if you are interested in becoming a member.
Tunbridge’s conservation commission was established in 2017. Its general mission is to:
• advise the town and public on natural resource topics and issues
• coordinate activities that promote natural resource education and stewardship
• promote stewardship and outreach of local trail usage and maintenance