Public Act 21-29 (passed in June 2021) expands the responsibility of zoning commissions in protecting the water quality of Long Island Sound from 24 coastal municipalities to all 169 municipalities of the state.
This report provides history protecting riparian corridors along with model regulations for implementing Public Act 21-29.
The WCEDD 2020 Annual Report is available. The report lists the relevant work completed between July 2020 to June 2021 as it pertains to WCEDD’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for 2017-2021. The report, previous reports and the CEDS can all be found for download at the WCEDD web page.
The latest newsletter is out. Enjoy for fine summer time reading 🌅 Regional Waste Management Study available. Dive in to see the regional recommendations. Also, American Rescue Plan RFQ, 5310, Open Space Inventory and more!
WestCOG, in partnership with The Nature Conservancy, is seeking a temporary GIS Technician to complete an Open Space Inventory and to perform an overlay analysis with open space property and flood zones as part of a flood resiliency incentive program. Full details of the tasks can be found in the job description.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Interested applicants can send resume, cover letter, and sample work (maps, studies, reports) to: email@example.com. Applications sent by other means (via facebook, indeed, etc.) will not be considered.
🍉Summer is upon us and with that WestCOG’s seasonal staff! Also this month learn about WestCOG’s Water Testing Program and see the commuting patterns of the region on full visual display. All within this month’s newsletter!
The Metropolitan Area Planning (MAP) Forum announces its 2021 Spring Meeting on Thursday June 10, 2021 at 10:30 am. Due to the current public health emergency, this meeting will be held as a webinar. To register, please RSVP via Eventbrite. See the Meeting Agenda for more details.