Community meetings on sustainability Rossland coming up

The Rossland Sustainability Commission wants to find out what residents would like to see for the future of sustainability in Rossland.

The Rossland Sustainability Commission wants to find out what residents would like to see for the future of sustainability in Rossland.

Tonight (Thursday) and next Tuesday, the commission will hold two community meetings to find out which direction the community would like to go in the next two years.

For 2013 and beyond, the commission is looking for feedback on Rossland’s sustainability initiatives and what priorities residents would like to see for the future.

Back in 2008, the Strategic Sustainability Plan was put together with community engagement.

Tonight, the discussion will be held downstairs in the Rossland Legion.

On Tuesday, the meeting will be in Old Bank Art Gallery (BMO building),

Both meetings start at 7 p.m. on the respective days.

For more info contact Ann Damude at 362-5617 or by email here.

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