Environmental Advisory Committee

What is the EAC?

The Montgomery Township EAC consists of seven volunteer members that are appointed by the Board of Supervisors with the mission of advising and educating the Board on matters of environmental importance to the community.
The purpose of the EAC is to report and advise the Board of Supervisors of Montgomery Township on various environmental matters.  The Committee shall identify environmental problems and recommend plans and programs to the Supervisors for the promotion and conservation of the natural resources and for the protection and the improvement of the quality of the environment within its territorial limits.  The Committee may also address other matters of an environmental nature as directed by the Supervisors. 
Montgomery Township has established an Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) to provide advice and leadership on environmental issues affecting the Township.  Authorized through PA Act 177 in 1996 and based on earlier legislation of Act 148 (1973), local municipalities may appoint 3-7 community residents to serve on an EAC. EAC's advise teh local planning commission, park and recreation board, and elected officials on the protection, conservation, management, promotion, and use of natural resources (Environmental Advisory Council Network, 2009).

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