Hello everyone

With apologies for multiple postings.

On behalf of the International Joint Commission's Lake Champlain-Richelieu River Study Board and as the US Co-Chair of its Public Advisory Board, I am delighted to invite you to attend a Public Meeting in Burlington next Tuesday 11 July, 2017, to learn more about the proposed plan of study to mitigate against flooding in Lake Champlain. This 5-year study grew out of the Spring 2011 floods along the Lake and Richelieu River.

Please see below for registration links, the online forum for providing feedback on the attached Work Plan, as well as links to the Study  Board's online presence.

Best regards

Lesley-Ann


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Hello all,

 

Below are the links to the registration for the public meetings, the Participate IJC page, and the public comment section. I also attached the draft work plan. Please send this information to your friends and contacts!

 

Meeting Registration

Registration for Burlington Meeting, July 11

Facebook event for Burlington Meeting

 

Registration for the St. Jean Meeting, July 12

Facebook event for St. Jean Meeting

 

Registration for the Plattsburgh Meeting, July 13

Facebook event for Plattsburgh Meeting

 

Respond to the Work Plan

Participate IJC webpage

Public comment section

Study Board Webpage

 

Participants can also send comments to [log in to unmask].

 

Best,

 

Megan Sanders

Public Affairs Intern | Stagiaire en affaires publiques

International Joint Commission | Commission mixte internationale

1717 H St. NW, Suite 835, Washington, DC, United States 20006
Telephone | Téléphone 202-716-7864  / Facsimile | Télécopieur 202-632-2007

                                     

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