As part of its review of Scarsdale's Tree Ordinance, your Conservation Advisory Council seeks to better understand residents' sentiment regarding trees, their maintenance, and removal. This single page survey should take no more than a few minutes to complete.
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Who Are We?
The Scarsdale Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) is an advisory body to the Village Board of Trustees. The Council studies issues affecting the local environment and also maintenance of the Village's "natural" character. Issues may include open space, wetlands, trees, energy conservation, and other "sustainability" issues.
When Do We Meet?
The Council generally meets once monthly on Thursdays at 7:45 p.m. in a meeting room at Village Hall. CAC meetings are open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend with the understanding that guests can speak only when invited to do so.
NEXT MEETING: Meetings currently are dynamically scheduled. Contact us for more information
Who Serves on the Council?
As with all Village Board or Councils, the nine Council members are volunteers appointed by the Village Board of Trustees. The members serve for 2-year open-ended terms. They are:
Lee Fischman, Chair
Kay Eisenman (Village Board Liaison)
What Has the Council Done Recently?
The Council recently completed a long-term project to create an open space map of the Village and to write a report with recommendations about the preservation and use of open space in the Village of Scarsdale. The Council is currently reviewing the Village tree ordinance. Future issues may include regulation of single-use plastic bags, local energy generation, resident education and other topics.