Upper Delaware Council water management committee to meet


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NARROWSBURG, N.Y. — The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) will hold the next monthly meeting of its Water Use/Resource Management Committee at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19, in the UDC office, 211 Bridge St., Narrowsburg, N.Y.

The agenda will include new and old business, updates on ongoing projects, reports of recent meetings, and notices of upcoming events. All committee meetings are open to the public.

UDC members work together to conserve the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River. They include:

Lackawaxen Township, Pa.

Shohola Township, Pa.

Westfall Township, Pa.

Berlin Township, Pa.

Damascus Township, Pa.

Town of Hancock, N.Y.

Town of Fremont, N.Y.

Town of Delaware, N.Y.

Town of Cochecton, N.Y.

Town of Tusten, N.Y.

Town of Highland, N.Y.

Town of Lumberland, N.Y.

Town of Deerpark, N.Y.

State of New York

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Delaware River Basin Commission

In partnership with the National Park Service

For further information, call the UDC office at 845-252-3022 or visit upperdelawarecouncil.org.



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