Come hear Rockland County Executive candidates tell us their views on the environmental issues affecting Rockland’s future – including United Water’s proposed Hudson River desalination plant, land use development, planning and zoning, water management, energy use, “green” growth and economic development.
Can Rockland grow a green environment and economy?
When: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Start: 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)
Where: Clarkstown Town Hall Auditorium, 10 Maple Avenue, New City, NY
This debate is sponsored by the Rockland Water Coalition – a coalition of Rockland residents, together with thirty major regional, national and local environmental and civic associations and business people that question the safety, cost and need for the proposed Suez/United Water Haverstraw Water Supply Project – a desalination plant on the Hudson River that would provide drinking water to Rockland residents.
The following candidates have been confirmed to attend:
Edward Day, David Fried, Dagan LaCorte, Vladimir Leon and Ilan Schoenberger
The public and press are welcome to attend what promises to be a provocative and informative debate on a broad range of environmental & economic issues.